Board policy requires a student's clothing be safe for the student and those around him/her. The standards for dress were developed with input from staff, parents, community members and students. Student clothing will not be disruptive of the school's operations and the students. The Board prohibits the presence of any apparel, jewelry, accessory, note-book, and manner of grooming or other paraphernalia, which, by virtue of its color arrangement, trademark or any other attribute, denotes membership in gangs and/or which advocates drug use, violence, discrimination, and/or disruptive behavior.
- Students must wear safe shoes (no slippers, heels, flip flops or open-toed shoes).
- Students may not wear dangling earrings or jewelry that may cause a safety concern.
- Students may not wear anything with inappropriate writing or pictures.
- Students must wear shirts that have a strap that is at least 3 fingers wide, cover the midriff and be opaque (not sheer.)
- Shorts and skirts should be longer than the tip of a student's fingers when standing with arms at rest.
- Clothing should be in good repair (no torn jeans/shirts).
- Students may not wear makeup (except with prior permission for school activities.)
- Hats may be worn outside.
Your child will remain in the health office and you will receive a phone call if it is necessary to ask you to bring appropriate shoes/clothes to school.