Students are expected to wear appropriate dress at school and all school functions. Students are expected to dress in a manner that is not distracting to other students or faculty members. Students should dress appropriately for classroom instruction. Extreme styles and fads should be avoided. Proper dress is conducive to good scholarship and behavior. The Administration reserves the right to determine the proper dress for the school day.
- See-through garments are not allowed.
- Proper and acceptable undergarments will be worn at all times.
- No holes in pants above the knee, and no holes larger than a quarter at or below the knee. All pants must be worn at the waistline.
- No suggestive designs on clothes will be permitted. (drugs, alcohol, profanity, tobacco, etc.)
- Outfits that expose bare backs, bare midriffs, or bare sides may not be worn. Shirts should be appropriate and no cleavage shall be shown.
- No tank tops are allowed in third through fifth grades.
- Leggings shall be worn with dresses or tunic tops that are no shorter than fingertip length when standing with arms fully extended. For students in grades Third through Fifth, shorts must come to the tip of the middle finger when standing with arms fully extended. Shoes must be worn at all times. No bedroom shoes/slippers or flip flops/slides are allowed.
- Hats are not to be worn in the building. Florescent or brightly colored/sprayed hair is disruptive and unacceptable.
- Sunglasses may be worn inside only if prescribed by a doctor.
- No bandannas are permitted.
- Only females will be allowed to wear earrings, and no other piercings, gauges, or distracting body art will be allowed by either sex.
Violations of any of the above dress codes may result in the following:
Students who are inappropriately dressed will be sent home to change clothes, or parents will be called to bring a change of clothing to the school. Students may be sent to ISS/Character Ed if a change of clothes cannot be provided. Student’s dress shall be neat and in good taste as dictated by common sense and propriety. The school authorities reserve the right to make the final judgment as to what is neat and in good taste. School administration may develop and administer consequences for violations of dress code procedures in addition to those listed above.