Students will not be allowed in class or out on the school grounds if dressed inappropriately. Such students will be asked to change or remove the clothing and may receive disciplinary consequences for repeated violations. The Principal shall determine final judgment of appropriateness.
- Extremely tight or revealing clothing (including apparel with exposed midriffs, strapless shoulders, halter tops, spaghetti straps or low cut necklines) is not appropriate school apparel and is not allowed. Undergarments (boxers or bras) may not be visible.
- Pajamas and slippers are not appropriate school apparel and are not allowed.
- Undergarments of any kind may not be visible.
- No inappropriate words, symbols, or pictures are permitted on clothing, hats, book bags, binders, or skin. This includes items/words that are obscene, profane, pornographic, gang related, disparaging or demeaning to others (i.e., racial, religious, sexist, or ethnic slurs; sexual innuendo) or anything advocating pain, death, suicide or the use of drugs/alcohol. Symbols or words depicting cigarettes, alcohol or drugs are not permitted.
- For reasons of safety, shoes must be worn at all times.
- Sunglasses may not be worn in the classroom.
- Pants must be worn at the waist, not sagging. Pants should fit the student, and may not be extremely tight or loose.
- Anything, including, but not limited to jewelry, clothing, colors, numbers, tattoos, graffiti, nicknames, whistling, etc. that shows or denotes gang affiliation or membership is not allowed.
- Clothing that creates a sense of intimidation or is gang-related initials or symbols.
- All belts must be tucked into the belt loops and may not hang down.
- Gang affiliated or related bandanas of any color may not be displayed in any fashion.
- Macrame crosses, if worn, must be out of sight.
- Groups or individuals may not habitually wear similar styled or colored clothing or accessories that relate to gang affiliation.
- No posturing or intimidating behaviors, as determined by campus supervisors, are allowed. This includes circling the campus in groups of any number.