Grooming and Dress Code

STUDENT GROOMING AND DRESS CODE

Students should wear clothing appropriate for the school setting. The classroom teacher and/or the principal will judge appropriateness of attire. Examples of clothing that will be considered inappropriate are “spaghetti” straps on shirts for girls, “muscle” shirts for boys and shirts that reveal midriffs. Clothes that advertise or promote alcohol, tobacco, violence or any illegal act or substance are not permitted. Shoes must be worn at all times and should be comfortable and appropriate for physical education/playground activities.

Hats and other headwear can be a distraction, and are not to be worn during school hours. Hats may be worn outside for warmth or protection from the sun.

Cosmetics such as make up, hair gel, hair spray, deodorant, etc, may not be applied at school, and so should not be brought to school. Cologne or perfume should not be brought to school, and students and adults should refrain from using heavily scented products while at school. No aerosol products should be handled by students at school and will be confiscated. These are health and safety restrictions.

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