STANDARDIZED DRESS CODE (Grades 6 - 12)
BOTTOM WEAR: Bottom wear may be any color or style pants of appropriate size and length worn (waist & below) securely around the waist with NO SAGGING, BAGGING, OR HOLES. Wind Pants, skirts, suits, sweat pants, tight fitting knit pants, spandex shorts, boxer shorts, and biker shorts, skorts shorts are not permitted.
- Skirts, shorts or skorts must be no shorter than 3" above the knee. Undergarments cannot be worn as outer garments.
TOP WEAR: Shirts of any color with sleeves may be worn as long as there is no messages pro- (waist & above) moting alcohol, tobacco, drugs, professional wrestling, satanic beliefs or displaying obscene, crude, vulgar or sexual logos.
- Additionally, any logo or message which is offensive to an ethnic or a religious group will not be permitted.
- Spaghetti straps, tank tops, halter tops, mesh and sheer tops are not permitted.
- Shirts and pants or skirts must meet. No bare midriffs.
- All shirts must be size appropriate.
DRESSES/SKIRTS: Dresses and skirts may be worn provided the length is no shorter than 3" above the knee. All dresses must have sleeves.
SWEATERS: Any size appropriate long sleeve crewneck sweater, v-neck sweater/vest may be worn.
SWEATSHIRTS: Sweatshirts may be worn as long as the writing meets the guidelines for shirts.
ALL APPAREL: Messages on all apparel must adhere to the guidelines for shirts.
JEWELRY/ACCESSORIES: Students are not to wear jewelry, ornaments or accessories which distract from the educational process, such as excessively noisy jewelry and/or belts. No body-piercing jewelry is allowed except in the ears. No heavy metal chains! Students may not wear metal-spiked apparel or similar accessories.
SHOES: Shoes must be worn at all times.
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HAIR: All students are required to wear their hair in such a manner that is not considered unkempt, unclean, or impairing vision. Students are not to have: sprayed or dyed in unnatural colors, (such as blue, pink, green, orange, etc.) spiked hair or mohawks.
HEADWEAR: No hats, bandannas, hoods, sweatbands or sunglasses will be worn in the building.
SPECIAL DRESS: Any school may develop special dress days for special occasions at the direction DAYS: of the principal.
SPECIAL SITUATIONS: If a student cannot comply with the standardized dress code based on religious beliefs, his or her parent or guardian may write a letter explaining the situation to the Director of Schools with a copy to the school principal. Each case will be dealt with on an individual basis.
NOTE: The final decision as to what is appropriate or acceptable for dress at school will be made by the principal or designee.
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