Students and parents should use sound judgment when choosing clothing for school. Personal appearance and cleanliness should reflect sensitivity to and a respect for others. The dress code should promote a positive, safe and healthy environment to prevent disruption to the education process.
· Garments exposing cleavage, stomach and open back are prohibited.
· Tube tops, spaghetti strap shirts, backless shirts, halter tops and single strap shirts are not permitted. Tank tops with dual straps are permitted as long as a student’s undergarment is not visible.
· Shirts with profanities, lewd suggestions and/or drug/alcohol related prints are not permitted.
· Bracelets, collars or other apparel that have spikes, studs or other potentially dangerous components are prohibited.
· Sunglasses are not permitted to be worn in school during the school day.
· Clothing with holes should not reveal any inappropriate body parts or undergarments.
· Sagging pants/shorts or low-cut pants/shorts that expose undergarments are not allowed.
· Outerwear such as coats and jackets are not to be worn during the school day.
· Hats, hoods and other headwear or bandanas over 2 inches wide are not permitted.
· Footwear must be worn at all times.
· Skirts must be no more than 6 inches above the knee, (mid-thigh).
· All shorts must have at least a 3 inch inseam and must be loose fitting.
Any student who violates the dress code will be subject to disciplinary action. Upon student’s first violation he/she will receive a verbal and written warning and will be required to change before returning to class. Any violation thereafter will result in appropriate detentions/suspension, as well as the student being required to change any inappropriate dress.