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Student Dress Code

A student's wearing apparel and grooming shall be the responsibility of the individual student and his or her parents or guardian. Dress and grooming shall be clean, healthy, and safe and shall not be permitted to disrupt the teaching, learning environment. Items that when worn together are usually indicative of gang memberships or apparel that contains a message that is obscene, racist, or promotes illegal activities, drugs, alcohol, or tobacco products shall not be permitted on school grounds or at school functions. District-wide dress requirements for students are as follows:

For both male and female students, the recommended wear will be jeans, long slacks, or capris (below the knee). Pants that drop below the waist are not permitted at any time. The wearing of shorts, skirts or dresses that approach the knee will also be allowed. Holes in garments above the knees will not be permitted. All shirts must have sleeves and must cover the midriff. No V-neck shirts or zipper-front shirts are allowed. All visible garments must be in accordance with the dress code. Shoeswill be worn at all times. Hats will not be allowed to be worn in the school building at anytime. Sunglasses, hats and other sun-protective wear will be allowed to be worn outside only.

Dress Code Consequences

1st Offense

Change of clothing, written warning

2nd Offense

Change of clothing, parent contacted by administration, and 1 day detention

3rd Offense

Change of clothing, parent contacted by administration, and 1 day ISS

4th Offense

Change of clothing, parent contacted by administration, and 3 days ISS

5th Offense

Parent contacted by administration and OSS