The purpose of a dress code is not to
inhibit any person's taste in attire, but rather to better facilitate the
process of education through reasonable guidelines of "dress." Instilling
dignity, pride, modesty, and cleanliness are our goals. For these reasons,
some types of clothing are prohibited.
Prohibited Clothing Items:
See-through or mesh clothing
Garments that expose the midriff and/or cleavage
Halter tops, tank tops, and sleeveless shirts
Tennis, gym, biking, short shorts, leggings, lounging
Garments that expose underclothing or impede walking
Garments that are poorly fitted, oversized, excessively
tight, or extremely baggy.
Holes and/or frays in fabric
Hats, visors, hoods, or other head garments including
non-prescription sunglasses inside the school building
Cleats, and/or heelies inside any
school building; bedroom slippers, and/or novelty footwear deemed inappropriate
by the principal.
Garments which display emblems relating to abusive
substances, tobacco products, alcohol, sex, violence, and obscenities
Garments that might be considered socially unacceptable or
Any emblem, sign, or representation of a gang symbol, or
any garment indicating a gang affiliation
Acceptable Clothing Standards
Pants, trousers, jeans, capris,
etc., are permitted. Plain jeans may be worn in any color.
All pants, trousers, jeans, capris,
etc., must be worn at the waist. Belts shall be worn securely at the waist.
Shorts, skirts, and dresses shall measure no shorter than
three (3) inches from mid-kneecap.
Shirts shall have a sleeve and shall fit properly. Shirts
that do not fit properly shall be worn tucked in.
The principal has the
authority to determine appropriate dress.