Dress Code and Disciplinary Procedures
Dress Code: The Board Policy states: Dress and grooming are rightfully the responsibility of the individual student and his/her parents. To be proper for school, dress and grooming should be clean, neat, and appropriate and should not constitute a safety or health hazard or be such that it might hamper the educational process. These guidelines are stated to improve the learning environment.
Guidelines in Specific Areas:
- Tops and Bottoms must provide appropriate coverage.
- Lower garments are to be worn at waist level and must be properly fastened. Undergarments are not to be exposed when the student sits, stands, raises his/her hand, or bends over. Sleepwear attire is not permitted.
- Hats, hoods, coats, bandanas, sunglasses, gloves, and sweatbands are not to be carried or worn during school hours. Hoods may not be worn over student’s head.
- No clothing, jewelry, tattoos, body piercing adornments or other personal items may be worn or displayed which is contrary to the school’s mission or cause a distraction or disruption to the educational process. Tattoos that do not conform to the requirements of this paragraph must be covered.
**These guidelines are not to be considered all-inclusive. The Administration reserves the right to deal with any apparel deemed inappropriate for school.**