Dress Code

A student's school dress and grooming is primarily the concern of the individual and his or her parents.  However, to the extent that student dress and grooming affects the general learning environment of the school, it is the school’s responsibility to set guidelines.  Foremost, dress shall be appropriate to the teaching area so that the safety of the individual is ensured.  Dress and grooming must meet health standards which include cleanliness, neatness, and the wearing of shoes.  Students who arrive at school with inappropriate clothing will be asked to change or be provided with loaner clothing to cover-up revealing outfits.


Other general student dress guidelines:

  • Clothing that violates school conduct standards is not allowed. This includes clothing that is decorated or marked with illustrations, words, or phrases, which are vulgar, obscene or promotes drugs, alcohol, sex, hate, gangs, violence, or other behavior.
  • Students must wear clothing including both a shirt with pants or skirt, or the equivalent, and shoes.
  • Shorts must be a reasonable length.
  • Shirts and dresses must have fabric in the front and on the sides.
  • Clothing must cover all undergarments.
  • Fabric must cover all private parts and not be see through.
  • Hats, bandanas, hoods, other head-coverings, and sunglasses may not be worn in the building unless there is a school sponsored spirit day that allows for such.

Consequences for violation of this section range from the student being required to make an immediate change of an article of clothing to short-term suspension.

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