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Dress Standards

The primary responsibility for student dress and appearance rests with the parents.  The primary purpose of school is education. Therefore, all aspects of school must be considered with that objective in mind. As a guide, students should be dressed in clothing that would be appropriate in the workplace.

Wearing apparel shall be neat, clean, safe, and not disruptive to instructional activities. All students must wear some form of shoes, sandals, or moccasins. Tattoos must conform to the dress code or otherwise be covered at all times.

Unacceptable clothing choices include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Crude or vulgar commercial lettering or printing, and pictures depicting occult messages, drugs, tobacco, alcoholic beverages, racial/ethnic slurs, unauthorized group affiliation or that are sexually suggestive, on shirts, sweatshirts and other wearing apparel are not acceptable.
  • Such items as beach attire, nightwear, bedroom slippers, or unsafe accessories are not allowed.
  • No spandex or lycra material shorts, skirts or dresses.
  • No bottoms or splits are to be shorter than where the student‘s fingertips reach when the arms and fingertips are fully extended on the sides.
  • Any clothing/accessory that may be deemed dangerous, i.e. chains, steel-toed boots, items with spikes or studs etc. are unacceptable.
  • Clothes, apparel or attire must be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times. Clothing, apparel or attire that fails to provide adequate coverage of the body, including but not limited to, see -through, fishnet fabrics, tops that do not touch the top of the pants/skirts, tank tops, tube tops, halter tops, off the shoulder or low cut tops or dresses and sagging pants are not allowed.
  • No holes or tear that are revealing (i.e. tears above the finger tips).
  • Tank tops or T-Shirts with cut outs under the arms are not allowed.
  • Pants must be worn at the waist, not at the hips.
  • Sunglasses are not to be worn in the classroom.

Any student who deviates from the accepted standards set forth in this policy will be required to prepare properly for the classroom before being admitted. Refusal to cooperate will result in disciplinary action.  Dress Code