The dress and grooming of students shall be that which contributes to the health and safety of the individual and which is non-disruptive of the educational activities and processes of the school.
1. Shoes shall be worn. Skate tennis shoes and bedroom slippers are unacceptable.
2. Clothing that exposes the entire shoulder, tube tops, spaghetti straps, or similar types of clothing may only be worn with a blouse or shirt. (There is no 2 finger rule.) Clothing exposing the torso or the midriff, either front, back, or sides shall not be worn. Underwear shall not be visible. Clothing shall not expose the mid-chest area. Clothing not properly fastened or with tears that are indecent shall not be worn. Clothing traditionally designed as undergarments shall not be worn as outer garments. All pants and shorts shall be secured at the waist. Boys’ shirts shall have sleeves. Mini-skirts, mini dresses, and short shorts shall not be permitted. Hemlines shall be no shorter than fingertip length.
3. Hair shall be clean and neatly groomed. Head coverings/hats shall not be worn unless required for religious observance or health related reasons.
4. Garments and/or jewelry that display sexual, vulgar, drug, gang, weapons, or alcohol-related wording or graphics, or which provoke or may tend to provoke violence or disruption in the school, shall not be worn. Wallet chains shall not be worn.
1st VIOLATION - Change clothes, parent phone call
2nd VIOLATION - Change clothes, One day lunch detention, parent phone call
3rd VIOLATION - Change clothes, 1 day of ISS, parent phone call
4th VIOLATION - Subject to ATOSS
If a student is not able to change his/her clothes during any of the above violations, that student will be sent to ISS for the remainder of the day.