Student Dress Code
Students shall adhere to their school’s dress code which includes, but may not be limited to, the following:
a. Students are prohibited from wearing clothing that contains advertisements for tobacco, alcohol or drugs, pictures or graphics of nudity, or words that are profane, lewd, vulgar, or indecent;
b. Clothing exposing a student’s bare chest, bare back, or bare midriff may not be worn;
c. All shirts and tops must have straps and/or sleeves; No spaghetti straps or tank tops;
d. No see-through clothing is allowed;
e. Shoes must be worn;
f. Short shorts or skirts are not allowed. A good rule of thumb is that shorts, dresses, skirts and other short attire should be at least mid-thigh length;
g. Pants, slacks, jeans or other attire that sag below waist are not allowed;
h. Hats, caps, bandanas, or garments which cover the student’s face or conceal the student’s identity.
i. Undergarments may not be shown or worn as outerwear; and
j. Specialized courses may require specialized attire, such as safety gear; and
k. Any symbols, styles or attire frequently associated with gangs, intimidation, violence or violent groups about which students at a particular school have been notified as described in AR 5131.4 are prohibited.