Dress Code

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Parent/Guardians please be aware of the 2018-2019 student Dress Code below:

All Staff members should enforce the student dress code below. If a student is out of dress code, direct them to room 620..  You should monitor the students as they enter class and send them before they enter. This will cause less disruption to instructional time.  The dress code is:

1.      Clothes shall be worn as they are designed- suspenders over the shoulders, pants secured at the waist, belts buckled, no underwear as outerwear, no underwear exposed.

2.      Clothing with holes, tears, or inappropriate patches will not be allowed if considered obscene.

3.      Bare midriffs and bare sides should not show even when arms are extended above the head.

4.      Clothing normally worn when participating in school sponsored extracurricular or sports activities may be worn to school when approved by the sponsor, coach, and principal. Examples would be cheerleader, drill team, band uniforms, team shirts, etc.

5.      Clothing that is revealing is unacceptable.

6.      Garments and/or Jewelry which display or suggest sexual, vulgar, drug, alcohol, or tobacco-related wording/graphics or may tend to provoke violence or disruption in school shall not be worn.

7.      Gang Paraphernalia, Jewelry, tattoos, clothing or other insignias which display, suggest provoke, or may tend to provoke violence or disruptions are not allowed.

8.      The following items have potential to cause disruption or threat to a safe and positive school environment and are prohibited:
 a.      Hats, caps, visors, sunglasses, blankets, or bandanas while on campus during the school day

b.                  Chains hanging from the neck, belt, pocket, or attached to wallet

c.                   Jewelry that contains any type of sharp object

9.                  Hemlines of shorts, dresses, skirts, and skorts shall be no shorter than mid-thigh.

10.              Clothing must follow the four finger wide rule at the shoulders.

11.              Shoes shall be worn. The following are not acceptable:

a.                   Cleated Shoes
b. Heelys

The Dress Code is in place to promote a positive educational environment and not disrupt the educational activities or process of the school.  Each staff member enforcing the policy will create a consistency on campus that results in students knowing the expectations.
The procedures for when a student does not meet dress expectations:

1.      Student is directed to discipline office, room 620

2.       Student will be required to change and meet expectations.

3.      Once student has met expectations the student will return to class.

4.      Repeated offenses will result in referral to Student behavior intervention plan.