The school follows post dress code. Students are expected to dress cleanly and neatly. Students are expected to wear socks, tennis shoes and clothing that will not restrict movement in PE classes. All shoes will be safe and appropriate. Inappropriate footwear includes, but is not limited to:
Hats should not be worn in the school buildings. All shirts and blouses must cover midriff, back and sides, and all undergarments (including bra straps). Undergarments must remain out of view at all times and should not be worn as outer garments. All shirts, tops and dresses shall cover the shoulders. All must be of the appropriate size, not cut low in the front nor see through. The length of shorts, skirts and dresses must fall at or below the fingertips when hands extended at the side. Leggings may be worn under skirts/dresses but the fingertip rule still applies.
All clothing and jewelry shall be free of the following:
All items of personal clothing including boots, raincoats, umbrellas, jack-ets, etc. should be plainly marked with the child’s name and grade. This will facilitate claiming and returning lost items. Articles are frequently lost and the School cannot assume responsibility of these losses.
The dress and grooming of middle school students at Casey Elementary School shall be neat and clean, promoting a positive educational environment. Clothing that disrupts educational activities will result in the removal of the student from the regular school environment until acceptable alternate clothing can be procured for the student. The administration will be the final judge of whether a student's clothing is appropriate for school or whether it may create a climate that is distracting to learning. The administration has the right to amend this dress code at any time. Principals, faculty, and staff members will enforce the dress code.
Requirements for a student dress for middle school students at Casey Elementary School are listed below:
To be fashionably dressed is not necessary, but to be appropriately dressed is. Students, as well as parents, should assume responsibility for acceptable appearance.