Students' dress and grooming are the responsibility of the student and his/her parent. It is our desire that students come dressed in a manner, which would result in an atmosphere conducive to learning. We do not wish to be rigid with our dress code policy. We do, however, want our students to learn what kind of attire is acceptable and in good taste for school.
Following are guidelines regarding personal appearance:
- Clothing and grooming should be clean and keeping with health practices.
- Shoes must be worn at all times. Backless sandals and flip-flops are not allowed.
- Clothing and grooming must not be hazardous to any activity.
- Clothing and grooming should not disrupt the educational process or be a distraction. This includes hair dyes.
- Sagging or extremely baggy pants are not acceptable.
- Tops that expose any area of the midriff are not permitted.
- Shirts must cover the shoulder. Any shirts that hang off the shoulder and halters,tank tops, and spaghetti strap shirts are not permitted.
- Shorts that are considered "too short" are unacceptable; the same holds true for skirts and skorts (recommended length is mid-thigh or at least fingertip length)
- Sunglasses, hats or bandanas are not permitted in school.