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Uniform/Dress Code

School Dress Code

  • Clothing, jewelry, accessories, or notebooks will be free of writing, pictures, or other insignia which are obscene, crude, vulgar, profane, sexually suggestive, or which advocate racial, ethnic or religious prejudice, or the use of drugs, alcohol, or tobacco.
  • Apparel, or manner of grooming, which, by virtue of its color, arrangement, trademark, or any other attribute, is specifically identifiable as belonging to a disruptive group or gang, will not be permitted.
  • Clothing will be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times and will be worn as its design was intended.
  • Any clothing that is unsafe or disrupts the functioning of the classroom or school will not be permitted.
  • For safety reasons, shoes should be closed toe and have a heel strap.
  • Hats, caps or other head coverings, or sunglasses, will not be worn in the classroom except as required for health or safety purposes, and approved by the administration.
  • For P.E. classes, students should wear appropriate footwear.
  • The following are examples of items considered unsafe or inappropriate for school: hoop earrings, make-up, temporary tattoos, pocket chains, tank tops, “spaghetti” straps, midriff tops, short skirts, spiked jewelry, colored hair, distracting hair style, and bandanas.
  • Sun hats or caps (bill forward) may be worn on the playground for protection from the sun.
  • The administrator or designee reserves the right to interpret the school dress code.