§ Clothing that promotes drugs, alcohol, or anything illegal to minors, and/or displays language, pictures, and/or themes offensive to other individuals or groups are not permitted.
§ Baseball or football shoes or helmets, or headgear are not permitted inside the school building.
§ Caps, hats, toboggans or bandanas, or any other item considered to be headgear are not permitted inside any school building.
§ The law requires shoes to be worn at all times. Tennis shoes or sneakers will be required of all students while participating in Physical Education.
§ Items that promote gang colors or involvement are not permitted.
§ Exposed undergarments or cleavage are not permitted.
§ Clothing that exposes the midriff are not permitted.
§ Tank tops, halter tops, tube tops, or spaghetti straps are not permitted.
§ The back and hips should be completely covered.
§ Racerback or backless tops are not permitted.
§ Sleeves should cover from the top of the arm pit vertically to the top of the shoulder.
§ Sheer clothing shall not be worn unless other clothes meeting the dress code are underneath.
§ Leggings must be worn with a shirt or dress that falls to the mid-thigh.
§ Holes in jeans are strongly discouraged and will not be allowed if the hole is above mid-thigh. No extremely oversized pants or shorts. Pants and shorts must be worn above the hips—no sagging.
§ Shorts, skorts and skirts shall be of modest length. The length of these articles of clothing
shall fall to the mid-thigh.
§ Sleep pants, pajamas, and house/bedroom slippers are not permitted.
§ Students should not write or draw on their persons causing a disruption to the learning process.
§ Additional dress requirements may be made of students who come to school with unacceptable clothing, items worn and/or appearances that are disruptive to the learning environment. It is left to the administrator and/or staff member to judge if an item is a classroom distraction.
§ All staff members are responsible for enforcing the dress code.