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DoDEA GradeSpeed - Online Grade Book for Grades 4-12
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Dress Code

Students should be dressed appropriately for school. Students are expected to dress in a way that is consistent with a positive learning environment, that does not interfere with the educational performance of other students, or that causes a health or safety concern. 

Apparel worn to school should be neat and clean and should not disrupt the teaching/learning experience. 

Please keep in mind that students are involved in various activities throughout the school day. Students will engage in hands-on learning experiences that may include indoor/outdoor play, various art activities, sand and water play, etc. 

Guidelines for Dress:

  • No sleeveless attire (i.e. spaghetti straps/tank
    tops for shirts or dresses.).


  • Dresses, skirts and shorts must fall no more than 3
    inches above the knee. A good rule of thumb is that the dresses, shorts or skirts should be no
    higher than a student's fingertips when the hands are at his/her side


  • Pants are worn at the waist.


  • No visible undergarments.


  • "Heelies" are not permitted.


  • We suggest that on the days your child has P.E. he/she wear tennis shoes and shorts, pants or sweat pants so that he/she can participate fully in all activities.
  • No flip-flops or open toed shoes - they increase the likelihood of falls, injuries and insect bites. Sneakers are a safer choice.
  • Students should not wear ill-fitting clothing, halter-tops, swimsuits, shirts with spaghetti straps, baggy pants, shoes/boots with high heels, flip flops or clogs.
  • Do not wear dresses or skirts of an inappropriate length, or immodest apparel.
  • Large loop earrings, long necklaces, nose rings, or other jewelry that could cause injury should not be worn for safety reasons.
  • Students should not wear hats or other head wear in the building except for medical reasons and special programs.
  • Clothing with offensive language or which promotes or depicts drugs, alcohol, tobacco, drug paraphernalia, violence, hate speech, or gang symbols is prohibited.


Table of Contents
Absences, Arrival/Dismissal and Attendance Policy
Bully Prevention
Campus Safety
Cell Phones and Telephone Messages
Discipline and Behavior Management
Homework, Grading and Report Card Procedures
Internet Rights and Responsibilities for Students, Staff and Volunteers
Maxwell Discipline Policy 2013-2014
Parent Communication
Student Information
Withdrawals and Transfers



Instill the whole child concept in a 21st century learning environment by educating and empowering our students for a dynamic world.


To be leaders in 21st century education, preparing and inspiring generations of learners to meet the challenges of the global society.

Core Values

  • Educating the whole child fosters academic, social, physical, and emotional well-being in a safe environment.
  • 21st century learning environments are student-centered, differentiated, stimulating and relevant to help each student realize his or her fullest potential.
  • High-performing educators and leaders make a difference in student success.
  • Family and community partnerships are vital to student success.
  • School culture supports and reinforces healthy lifestyles (mind and body).

Elementary School Goals

Measurement:  All students will improve their measurement skills across the curriculum.

Writing Strategies:  Elementary students will improve their abilities to write in an organized, grade-level appropriate manner.

Middle School Goals

Measurement:  All students will improve their measurement skills across the curriculum.

Reading:  Middle School students will improve their ability to evaluate and extend meaning of text.