Dress Code Policy
Non-Negotiable Universal Student Dress Code
- Any clothing item or accessory that causes a disruption to school safety, personal safety and/or the learning environment may result in discretionary intervention by school administrators.
- Tattoos, clothing or accessories that display drugs, including any marijuana reference, sexual innuendos, inappropriate language, alcohol, tobacco products, violence, weapons or gang connotations are not permitted. Tattoos displaying any of these must be covered at all times.
- No hats are permitted inside of the school building during the school day. If "hoodies" are worn, the hood may not be worn inside of the school. Religious headwear exceptions.
- Sunglasses or dark glasses, absent a verified medical condition, are not to be worn or displayed inside of the school building.
- Trench coats are not permitted anywhere on school property.
- Soled shoes or sandals must be worn at all times. For example, no "bedroom" slippers or similar footwear.
- No exposed undergarments, inappropriately sheer, tight or low-cut clothing that bare or expose traditionally private parts of the body including, but not limited to, the stomach, buttocks, back, breasts or cleavage is not permitted.
- No shaved or notched eyebrows, absent a verified medical condition.
- No red or blue unnatural hair color, belts, or shoelaces.
- No clothing or belt buckles that display the numbers 13, 14, 18, 31 or 81.
- No solid red or solid blue shirts other than designated school uniforms.
- No red or blue bandana or any color bandana that is draped on clothing or hanging out of a pocket.
Appropriate athletic clothing may be worn in physical education classes. Clothing normally worn when participating in school sponsored extra-curricular or sports activities such as cheerleading uniforms and the like may be worn to school when approved by the sponsor or coach.