7:160-AP1 Dress and Grooming
Students are expected to dress in a manner which will not disrupt the educational process, constitute a health or safety hazard or violate civil law.
- Students must dress and groom themselves in a manner that does not present health or safety hazards, that does not disrupt the educational process and that is within the bounds of good taste. Examples of unacceptable clothing include, but are not limited to chains and jewelry with spikes.
- All students shall be clean in personal grooming and attire, and wear clothing in the manner and for the purpose for which it was designed.
- Feet will be covered at all times by footwear with complete soles. No footwear with wheels is allowed.
- The display of obscenities and/or implied vulgarity on clothing is prohibited.
- Clothing that displays, promotes, advertises, or makes reference to or symbolizes alcohol, tobacco or drugs is prohibited.
- Clothing that promotes violence or intolerance is prohibited.
- Any hat, cap, bandana and other headwear is to be removed immediately upon entering the building and must remain off until the student is out of the building, unless approved by the principal or designee.
- Coats, jackets, and other garments commonly considered as outerwear y the school administration must remain in the student’s locker during the school day
- Modesty in dress is expected. Bare torsos and revealing or immodest attire in the judgment of the staff is not permitted.
- Wearing, using, distributing, displaying or selling any clothing, jewelry, emblem, bade, symbol, sign or other thing that are evidence of membership or affiliation in any gang,
Date Adopted: 05/29/2009