The dress code applies to all students in grades kindergarten through sixth
All students are expected to dress neatly and appropriately. Shorts are to be
of acceptable length, stomachs are to be covered when the child raises
his/her arms into the air. Shoes are not to leave black marks on the floor
and shirts may not have questionable sayings or pictures.
1. In school, students should be clean. Clothes, personal articles, or
tattoos, shall not contain profane, obscene, degrading, or other forms of
offensive lettering or designs, (e.g. Coed Naked, Big Johnson, gang related,
satanic, or hate group, etc.) Clothing advertising alcohol, tobacco products,
racism, drugs, sex, etc. is not permitted. Students must wear shoes or
sandals properly laced or buckled and maintained on the feet. Flip-flops are
not acceptable footwear. Proper gym shoes such as tennis shoes, running shoes
or cross trainers should be worn on the days students are to have P.E. class.
2. Hats, bare midriffs, pants containing excessive holes or sweatpants that
are unsightly, non-prescription sunglasses, tank tops, see-through garments,
or revealing shirts or blouses are not permitted. Sleeveless tops should be
in good taste and have sides that cover the torso. Shorts and skirts may be
no shorter than mid-thigh.
3. Items that can damage school property such as chains, shoe cleats or
plates, etc. are not permitted.
4. Shorts are permitted during the school year as long as the following
guidelines are followed. No gym shorts, short shorts, bicycle shorts or
swimsuits are allowed. Undergarments may not be showing when wearing shorts,
pants, or summer tops. Boxer style undergarments are not permitted as
5. Styles that create, or may create, a classroom disturbance are not
permitted, (e.g., painting the face, wearing theatrical makeup, or unnatural
coloring or unnatural styling of the hair).
6. Facial and tongue jewelry is prohibited and other jewelry must not create
a safety hazard or disturbance to the student or others in the classroom.
Students determined to be in violation of the dress code will remain in the
office until parents arrive to pick them up, or the student is able to comply
with the guidelines. Students will be counted as unexcused from class during