February 22, 2019

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Dress Code and Safety

DRESS CODE AND SAFETY

 

RESPONSIBILITY

Student dress is the responsibility of students and parents. However, the school shares this responsibility in areas of health, safety, cleanliness of person and apparel, and classroom deportment. Students are expected to observe standards of common decency in their dress.

Students and parents are expected to display good judgment in making sure students’ clothing is neat, clean, and appropriate for the classroom. Students shall not wear shirts or apparel advertising alcohol, sex, racism, hate, tobacco, drugs, Satanism, weapons, etc.  Students shall not wear, display, or draw any symbols or paraphernalia which school personnel deem as gang related. No head coverings (hats, bandannas, etc.) are to be worn in the building or in a classroom at any time. Please see the District dress code policy on the website.

 

ELEMENTARY WINTER RECESS GUIDELINES

Recess will be outside unless the wind chill or temperature is 20 degrees Fahrenheit or below.

Recess will be limited if wind chill or temperature is 20 degrees Fahrenheit or below.

Recess will be inside if wind chill is below 10 degrees Fahrenheit.

 

DEPARTMENT POLICIES

Special areas of curricular offerings such as shops or laboratories will require certain safety measures which will be prescribed by the department. Clothing or ornaments which mar the furniture are prohibited. The dress policy does not apply to extracurricular activities such as athletics, music, debate, etc.

Standards for conduct and grooming may be established by those responsible for supervising the extracurricular activities.

 

CONFISCATION

Students are to be clean in appearance and wear shoes or other similar footwear for reasons of health and safety. Head coverings or sunglasses are not to be worn inside the school. They will be confiscated by school personnel. Parents must pick up confiscated items. Unclaimed items will be sent to a charitable organization. The school is not responsible for the safety of confiscated items.

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