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Although fashion changes often the reason for being in school does not. Students are in school to learn. Any fashion (dress, accessory, or hairstyle) that disrupts the educational process or presents a safety risk will not be permitted. Personal expression is permitted within these general guidelines.
Clothing that exposes too much.
Clothing that advertises something that is prohibited to minors, such as tobacco or alcohol products.
Clothing with obscene, profane, drug related, gang related, violent, or inflammatory messages.
If a student has selected a manner of appearance that is beyond mere freedom of expression; disrupts the education process; or presents risk to themselves or others will be removed from the educational setting.
Additional Guidelines Regarding Student Appearance:
Shorts, skirts, jams, etc., above fingertip length are not allowed.
Shorts with leotards are allowed before Spring Break.
Halter tops, tube tops, crop tops, and half shirts are not allowed.
Shorts may be worn when the temperature is above 60.
Lipstick, lip gloss, make-up, and eye shadow are not allowed.
Hats may not be worn inside the classroom.
Flip-flop footwear is not allowed.
Sandals that completely fasten the foot in place may be worn during warmer weather, but should be worn with socks.
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 September 2012 18:48|