Check Out the Dress Code

Check Out the Dress Code
Posted on 08/01/2019
Dress Code

Check out the dress code before you go back to school shopping!


Concern for personal appearance is an indication of self-respect and of courtesy toward others. The following list details what can be worn during the school day. Failure to comply with the dress code will be treated as
insubordination. The student will be required to comply with the dress code prior to returning to class. If a student is not sure if something may or may not be worn, he/she should check with a faculty member or administrator before wearing it to school.

Shirts, Blouses, Tops
Shirts; full button-down or polo style shirt, buttoned, sweaters, sweatshirts, turtlenecks, jersey dress shirts, or T- shirts
 Appropriate fit
 Covers midriff – must be “tuck-able” in length
 Covers shoulders
 Free from writing or graphics deemed offensive or in violation of school policy
 Sheer (see-through) material
 Low neck lines (cleavage)
 Visible undergarments
 Holes, rips, tattered, unsanitary clothes
 Spaghetti straps, tube tops, muscle shirts

 Dress/khaki pants, jeans, cargo pants, corduroy, shorts and skirts must be no more than 4 inches above the knee
 Appropriate fit
 Free from offensive writing or graphics of any kind
 Visible undergarments
 Pants/skirts/shorts worn lower than the hips
 Holes, rips, tattered, unsanitary clothes
 Sweat pajamas

 Foot apparel must be worn at all times for safety purposes. For safety reasons, school administrators
will use their discretion in prohibiting anything that interferes with safety.

 Hoods, hats, and sunglasses cannot be worn in any building unless it is attire required as part of a
specific program or curriculum.
 No materials that could pose a safety hazard including, but not limited to chains, spiked clothing and accessories.

Other Issues:
 Gang-related apparel, including insignias, bandanas, colors, mottos, or symbols, is considered inappropriate for school attire and is prohibited. School administrators have the authority to prohibit any other messages that they determine to be disruptive to the school’s learning environment.
 At school-sponsored events, students must dress appropriately.

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