Students are expected to follow the guidelines of decency and proper respect for others. Student attire must be appropriate for the time of year and the activities in which the student will be participating. General rules of decorum include no midriffs showing, no hats in the building, no short shorts, no undergarments showing, no profanity or obscenities on clothing, and no see through clothing. Belts must be work on all pants and shorts that have belt loops.
Clothing is to be a proper fit for the child and must be properly worn, i.e., regular floor length pants, worn at waist level, and not excessively baggy. Clothing is to be clean and in good repair. Buttons, studs, headscarves, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, patches, pins, or accessories that are considered offensive and disruptive (sexually suggestive, profane, obscene, tobacco or alcohol advertisements, etc.) are not permitted.
Sunglasses, hats, coats, and jackets may not be worn int he hallways unless prescribed by a physician or for religious purposes.
Parents are urged to see that their children are properly dressed for inclement or cold weather. Students do not go outdoors if the temperature of below 20 degrees F.