Free Dress – Please make sure dress code is being followed
Parents & Students,
Although it is free dress week for several homeroom classes, please make sure the dress code is still being followed.Â There have been several students who have come to school wearing leggings, basketball shorts, and thin-strapped (spaghetti strap)Â shirts.Â Please take a look at the guidelines below, which still apply during free dress days.
Shorts/skirts must be of the appropriate length – no shorter than fingertips.
Waistbands should sit on the waist and shirts should extend below the waistline.
Appropriate shoes or sandals shall be worn at all times.Â No flip-flops or slippers.
Leggings may not be worn as pants (must be worn underneath shorts, skirts, dresses.)Â
No gloves are to be worn in class.
No leggings, tights, yoga pants, sweat pants, board shorts, or athletic pants. All bottoms must have a zipper and/or pocket, unless it is a skirt.
Shirts that are not tucked in MUST COVER the midriff when arms are raised above the head.Â No bare midriffs allowed.
NO hats or hair scarfs to be worn in classrooms.Â NO bandanas are to be worn on campus.
Undergarments may not be visible with the exception of undershirts.Â Clothing should be in good repair without frays or tears.
Sunglasses may not be worn indoors.
Moderation should be exercised in hair styles, make-up and jewelry.
HAIR MUST BE OF NATURAL COLOR: NO SPRAYS, GELS, OR DYES.
Hair should be well-groomed and clean.
Articles of clothing or jewelry which may cause damage, maintenance problems or are of health or safety concerns are not allowed.Â This would include spiked or riveted clothing, jewelry, and belts.Â No chain belts are allowed.Â NO EXCESSIVE JEWELRY or JEWELRY that has drug or sexual connotations is allowed.
NO VISIBLE BODY PIERCING JEWELRY MAY BE WORN ON CAMPUS.Â This would include, but is not limited to: eyebrow, tongue, lip, or nose piercings.Â Such items should be removed before arriving on campus.Â Only small stud or hoop earrings Â½ inch in diameter or less are allowed due to safety/injury reasons. Ear gauges are not allowed; they must be removed before arriving on campus.