Uniforms

Daily Recognition: Homeroom teachers will check student uniforms daily. If students meet the uniform policy, the teacher will issue a RISE ticket.

STUDENT DRESS CODE
In order to maintain a school environment which is safe and conducive to learning, all clothing
must be appropriate so as not to disrupt the learning environment and not interfere with the
health, safety and welfare of any person.


The following items are deemed to be unacceptable to wear to school:
• Shorts, dresses, skirts or other similar clothing that are so short as to be immodest and/or
create a distraction


• Sunglasses, hats, and/or head coverings (e.g., hoodies, bandanas, and doo rags) worn
inside the building

• Inappropriately sheer, tight or low-cut clothing (e.g., midriffs, halter tops, backless
clothing, tube tops, garments made of fishnet, mesh or similar material, muscle tops, etc.)
that bare or expose traditionally private parts of the body including, but not limited to, the
stomach, buttocks, back and breasts• Clothing worn in such a way as that undergarments can be seen

• Any clothing (including outwear), grooming, jewelry, hair coloring, accessories, or body
adornments that are or contain any advertisement, symbols, words, slogans, patches, or
pictures, etc., that:

  • Refer to drugs, tobacco, alcohol, or weapons
  • Are of a sexual nature
  • By virtue of color, trademark, or other attributes denote membership in gangs
    which advocate drug use, violence, or disruptive behavior
  • Are obscene, profane, vulgar, lewd, or legally libelous
  • Threaten the safety or welfare of any person
  • Promote any activity prohibited by the student code of conduct
  • Otherwise disrupt the teaching-learning process
  • School principals, in conjunction with the school accountability committee and/or other
    parent group, may develop and adopt school-specific dress codes that are consistent with
    this policy.