DRESS CODE GUIDELINES
Students must dress in such a way that classroom learning and school operations are not disrupted. Students may be required to change attire and/or receive disciplinary consequences for dress code violations. Inappropriate attire may be held for parent pick-up.
The following are not allowed:
- Hats, visors, bandanas, sweatshirt hoods or other headgear inside a building or classroom at the teacher’s discretion
- Sunglasses in the classroom
- Metal chains and spiked jewelry
- Shoulders and torsos should be covered at all times
- Short shorts, short skirts, short dresses
- “Birthday” attire that distract from classroom learning
- All articles of clothing, patches or buttons, which have slogans advertising alcoholic beverages, illegal substances, or bearing suggestive, offensive or demeaning remarks
Hats, other headgear, and sunglasses may be worn for sun protection during outdoor activities or lunch. Pants should be belted, and undergarments shall not be worn as outerwear and may not be visible. Costumes shall be worn only for approved school activities. Footwear should allow students to safely participate in all school activities.
Students found to be in violation of the dress code, or disrupting learning due to attire will be asked to change clothing.