We all must take pride in the way we dress in order to show respect for ourselves, others, and for our school community. Any article of clothing that interferes with the learning of other students is not acceptable. The following items would be considered inappropriate for school:
•Attire and accessories bearing an expression or insignia which is insulting or obscene, or which advocates racial or religious prejudice, or is offensive in any way.
•Attire and accessories bearing an expression or insignia of alcohol, drug and/or tobacco product.
•Extremely brief or see-through garments such as muscle shirts, tank tops, spaghetti strap tops, tube tops, net tops, halter-tops, or articles with plunging necklines.
•Blouses or shirts that reveal undergarments or expose a student’s stomach/back.
•Shorts or skirts that are too short.
•Pants worn low below the waist. Undergarments may not be exposed.
•Pajama pants, tops and/or slippers.
•Hats, hoods, or outdoor clothing worn during the school day.
•Chains, chain wallets, spiked or studded jewelry. These could cause injury to other students.
•Shorts or skirts must reach the tip of the fingers when arms are resting at the sides.
•Sleeveless shirts must be at least two fingers wide as they cross the shoulder.
•Footwear must be worn at all times.
•Any student dressed inappropriately will be asked to change before he/she will be permitted to return to class. The child may be asked to call their parent or guardian in order to request that a change of clothing be brought to school. If this is not possible, a student may be asked to wear a clean piece of clothing provided by the school.