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Student Dress Code

For both male and female students, appropriate and acceptable dress includes:

Elementary Only

a)    Pants, jeans, long slacks, or capris (below the knee)

b)    Shorts, skirts and dresses that are at the knee

c)     Shirts that cover the midriff, but no spaghetti straps, halters or backless shirts allowed

d)    All visible garments including layered garments, must be in accordance with the dress code

e)    Shoes will be worn at all times.  No heels or platform shoes greater than one inch

f)     Sunglasses, hats and other sun-protective wear will be allowed to be worn outside only

Secondary Only 

a)    Pants, jeans, long slacks, or capris (below the knee)

b)    Shorts, skirts and dresses that are at the knee

c)     Approved shirts include crew neck T-shirts, polo shirts, or button-up shirts.  All shirts must have sleeves and cover the midriff.  No V-neck shirts or zipper-front shirts are allowed.  When layered shirts are worn, the first layer must meet the approved shirt definition.

d)    All visible garments including layered garments must be in accordance with the dress code

e)    Shoes will be worn at all times

f)     Sunglasses, hats and other sun-protective wear will be allowed to be worn outside only



 The following are NOT appropriate for the school environment and are NOT acceptable:

a)    Pants that drop below the waist

b)    Holes in garments above the knees which expose the flesh

c)     Heelies (shoes with wheels), shoes with cleats or bedroom shoes

d)    Hats in the school building

e)    Items that worn together are indicative of gang membership

f)      Garments containing a message that is obscene, racist, or promotes illegal activities, drugs, alcohol, or tobacco products

g)    Pajamas (pants or tops)

h)    Leggings, spandex, or tights are not permitted unless worn with an outer garment that complies with dress code requirements and is at the knee.

i)      The wearing of any clothing that exposes underwear or body parts in an indecent or vulgar manner or that disrupts the orderly learning environment.

Students enrolled in special programs such as on the job vocational training, or participating in school activities which require additional standards of dress or grooming shall comply with such additional standards