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Dress Code

STUDENT DRESS STANDARDS
In our goal towards maintaining a campus safe and emotionally stable for our students, our school has adopted a school uniform t-shirt.
The shirt may be purchased from the front office.

Uniform T-Shirt Sizes/Cost:
Elementary Shirts - Youth Sizes $7.00
Middle School Shirts - Adult Small - Large $10.00, X-Large and above $11.00
SY2015-16: 6th grade - red, 7th grade - blue, 8th grade - black

Dress Code Guidelines:
  1. Students should be well groomed and neat at all times. Attire should be appropriate for school,
  2. No drug, alcohol, tobacco-related, or sexually provocative attire.
  3. Length of shorts are to equal to and or greater than the finger tips of the wearer with arms extended at the sides of his/her body.
  4. No short, revealing or see-through clothing.
  5. No strapless, halters, or spaghetti straps (acceptable strap width is no less than 1-1/2”).
  6. No backless attire.
  7. No tank top undershirt used alone as an outer garment.
  8. No attire with large armholes.
  9. Shirt hem must extend below waistband of shorts or pants and
  10. Footwear should be worn at all times.
  11. Baseball caps may be worn outside only, brim facing front or back.

The consequences for dress code infractions are:
First Referral: Call parents to bring appropriate garment. Student will turn over the inappropriate garment to the administrator/counselor and wear an “office” shirt until parent brings appropriate attire; student will attend class. If parent does not come, student will continue to wear “office” shirt. Parents will be contacted. Inappropriate garment will be held for parent to pick up. Student will be counseled and warned. If student refuses to wear “office” shirt,student will be suspended for insubordination.
Second Referral: Same as first referral. Detention will be implemented. Counselors should meet with parents to resolve further incidents.
Third Referral: Same as second referral. Detention will be increased and privilege(s) {such as, dance, parties, assemblies, banquets, etc.} will be lost.
Further disciplinary action may be taken by the administration.

The consequences for students in a non-uniform shirt that meets dress code are:
First referral: Call parents to bring uniform shirt. If parent brings uniform shirt, student changes into uniform shirt and referral is waived.  If student does not change into uniform shirt, student received a Class D referral (affects TARO eligibility) and detention.
Second Referral: Same as first referral. Detention will be implemented. Counselors should meet with parents to resolve further incidents.
Third Referral: -Same as second referral. Detention will be increased and privilege(s) {such as, dance, parties, assemblies, banquets, etc.} will be lost.
Further disciplinary action may be taken by the administration.