School dress code applies to all students. District policy mandates that dress be stylish, modest, and clean. How you dress not only advertises you, but also your school and community. Administration reserves the right to determine if a student’s dress is inappropriate. Students in violation of the dress code will be referred to administration, and students will be asked to call home for a change of clothes if needed.
- Shirts: Adhere to the three-finger rule for tank tops; no halter tops, tube tops, bare midriffs, or backless shirts. Sheer or lacy shirts must have a suitable undershirt so undergarments are not visible. No shirts with profanity, suggestive sexual connotations, drugs, tobacco, alcohol, gang affiliation, or depictions of illegal acts.
- Shorts, skirts, dresses: Must be 1” longer that the longest finger when arms are put down to the side.
- Pants: No holes/tears that are at or above pocket height. No sagging, holes/tears that expose underwear.
- Shoes: No slippers. Shoes must be worn. Wear shoes that are comfortable for a seven-hour school day on concrete floors in a three-story building.
- Accessories: No hats or bandanas, no spikes, no hanging chains from belts or wallets, belts must be looped through belt loops and not left hanging.
- Other: No pajamas or blankets. Coats should be kept in student lockers; they are too bulky for classrooms.
The administration reserves the right to amend the dress code and any or all articles in the student
For the 2020-2021 School Year: Due to Covid-19 lockers will not be available. Therefore, backpacks will be allowed until further notice. Face masks are also required for everyone and are to be worn properly.
1 Verbal warning, change of clothes, parent contact
2 One lunch detention, parent contact
3 Two lunch detentions parent contact
4 Out of school suspension, parent meeting