The standards for acceptable dress and grooming are neatness and cleanliness. Students are not to be attired in clothing that compromises safety or modesty, or that is disruptive to the educational process. A student will not be permitted to attend classes if his/her appearance does not meet the standards listed below. Parents will be notified by the administration to bring a change of clothing for the student. If student does not have a change of clothes ISS may be administered.
Students' attire standards include:
·No bare feet, bare midriffs, all shorts must be mid-thigh, short skirts (finger-tip rule), halter-tops, revealing deep scoop-neck shirts, tank tops, see-through sheer blouses, spaghetti straps, tight, revealing, sagging pants, or pajamas. All gym clothes/athletic shorts, tops, etc., are worn in gym class only.
·No unsanitary clothing.
·No clothing with cigarette, beer, alcohol, or drug statements or advertisements contains language or symbols oriented toward race, violence, sex, drugs, or any prohibited substance.
·For safety concerns, students may be asked to remove clothing chains, excessively long chains or other clothing attire that is possibly hazardous to themselves or others around them.
·No dark glasses in school unless medically prescribed in writing.
·No headgear inside the building such as hats, caps, hoods, bandanas, sweatbands, headphones, etc.
·All clothing, including shoes must be appropriate for the activity.Shower shoes, slippers, slides, and flip flops are not appropriate for school.
School administrators have the authority to make decisions about the appropriateness of all school attire