We strongly adhere to the district’s dress code which was established to promote discipline, respect, and responsibility among all students and to maintain an appropriate school environment. Students are expected to come to school looking neat, clean, and dressed in a manner, which is acceptable as being good taste. Clothing which is bizarre or designed to call undue attention to the individual is not allowed. Refer to school district dress code policy (Section XIII).
Dress and grooming have a definite bearing on attitude and behavior. Learning how to dress within the boundaries of decency, modesty, responsibility, and social acceptability is a part of each student’s education and should be practiced at school and while participating in extracurricular activities.
The responsibility to interpret and enforce the policy rests on each site administrator. Students and their parents/guardians shall assure that the dress and personal appearance of students
Comply the following:
- Dress or appearance does not present a health or safety hazard to self and other (i.e., no cleats or taps are permitted on boots or shoes, shoes will be worn at all times, no sharp objects worn on clothing)
- Dress or appearance does not violate local, state, or federal law
- Dress and appearance do not present a potential for disruption to the instructional program including body piercing, revealing, or overly distracting attire, a display of violent, antisocial behavior, gang activity, the occult, profanity or vulgarity (i.e., no hairnets, bandanas, chains, sagging pants, belts hanging out)
- Revealing clothing that expose midriff, boxers, bras, chest or buttocks shall not be worn
- Only age appropriate jewelry that is safe and non-disruptive is allowed to be worn, this
does not include spiky jewelry or any jewelry that could be used as a weapon
- Dress and appearance do not advertise, display, or promote any drug including alcohol or tobacco
- Dress and appearance do not depict sexual or related activity (i.e., underwear must not be showing, no midriffs or nudity, shorts and skirts will be allowed-fingertip length when standing at a natural stance)
- Flip Flops, pajamas, are considered inappropriate and prohibited by board policy
- Dress and appearance do not display disrespect, and or bigotry towards any group
- No sunglasses or hats will be worn inside
- No spaghetti straps, tank tops, or pajamas
Spirit day, picture day, and other special events (sport teams dressing up for away games) will be allowed at the discretion
of the school principal.
Traditional Native American attire may be worn in addition to approved school dress code.
Prohibited: Items Not Allowed
- No hoods of any kind worn in the building, all hoodies
- No Undershirts of any kind
- Hats, bandanas and headgear of any type.
- Body piercings, except in the ear.
-Accessories including, but not limited to, studded bracelets, belts, or necklaces; belt loop or chain wallets, chains that connect body piercing and belts that extend more than 6 inches beyond the buckle or that hang down.
-Pins, clothing, tattoos, or accessories that advertise, display, or promote and drug (including tobacco and alcohol) sexual innuendo, violence, weaponry, disruptive symbols, profanity, hate or bigotry towards any group or is offensive, disrespectful to other individuals.
-Safety pins, straight pins, paperclips or similar objects used as decoration or accessories on any type of attire. These objects may be considered weapons.