CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULATION R DRESS AND APPEARANCE I - PDF document

Download presentation
CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULATION R DRESS AND APPEARANCE I
CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULATION R DRESS AND APPEARANCE I

CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULATION R DRESS AND APPEARANCE I - Description


Community Standards The Clark County School District reserves the right to promote that the dress and grooming of students are wit hin the limits of generally accepted community standards Students shall be required to show proper attention to person ID: 9796 Download Pdf

Tags

Community Standards The Clark

Embed / Share - CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULATION R DRESS AND APPEARANCE I


Presentation on theme: "CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULATION R DRESS AND APPEARANCE I"— Presentation transcript


CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULATION I. Community Standards The Clark County School District reserves required to show proper attention to personal cleanliness. Students have a County School District dress and appearance guidelines. II. Educational Environment Standards school. Any style which tends to diminishcontrol by teachers is not acceptable. III. Responsibility exceptions for spirit days, special evdays. On those CCSD/school sanctioned exception days, schools will notify the students and parents/guardians of IV. Basic Dress Code The Clark County School District Basic Drfor student dress and appearance at all Disadopt Standard Student Attire). Students are toBasic Dress Code may be permitted for medical or A. Information and Basic Dress Code Provisions Handbooks, school Web sites, and/orary, junior high, or sprohibitions. Each school will be responsible for in-service activities year shall be sent promptly to Basic Dress Code shall be incl1. Require the weari House slippers and 2. All clothing must be sufficient to conceal any and all and outfits that provide minimum 3. Require that all shorts, skorts, skirts, and jumpers/dresses must be 4. All jeans, pants, and trousers mustSagging is strictly pr5. Headgear (hats, hoods, caps, ba for designated school approved gious reasons, or CCSD/school 6. Slogans or advertising on clothing, jewelry, buttons, and/or versial, discriminatory, profane, prohibited. 7. Any clothing, jewelry, buttonsillegal or violent conduct, or affiliation with groups that promote threats are prohibited. 8. Spiked or studded clothing, jewelry, and/or accessories are prohibited. 9. Outerwear such as coats, mi 10. The Basic Dress Code provisThe Basic Dress Code provis()()adopted by the school, Standard Student the school, Standard Student V(D)], shall be included in the student/parent notifications. V. Standard Student Attire Standard Student Attire ()()() A. With the consent of the Associate Superintendent/designee, principals to participate will separately determine ensure community involvement. The implementation of a Standard Student Attire 1. A school that chooses to im ilies. At least ten (10) percent of the surveys sent to the families that make up the population of the student body must be returned and fifty-five (55) percent of the implement the Standard Student Attire policy. The survey shall be designed, administered, and he Division of Assessment, 2. The survey shall pose the sole support the school adopting a school Standard Student Attire 3. Schools will survey their communitywill be administered by the Divisio4. Parents of students CCSD B. With the approval of the Associate Superintendent/designee, a school Application for Exemption, and l or designee. The school shall ng requirements from the list set (for the following school year) will he population of the student body via C. The principal and the site-basrequirements from the following list. odd number of members with a minimum committee membership shall have six D. Basic colors of khaki, navy, and colors may be added based on the eys may not necessarily include all MALES FEMALES colors (sized to fit) denim pants in basic/optional sweaters in basic/optional colors worn over approved shirts denim pants in basic/optional colors (sized to fit) sweaters in basic/optional colors worn over approved shirts shirts in basic/optional colors MALES FEMALES collar) collar) ties in basic/optional colors basic/optional colors blouses in basic/optional colors The school logo may only include the clubs/activities, charitable organizatishould be on the clothing. Colors and styles of outerwear, such as jackets and coats, are not E. All jeans, pants, and trousers must be sethat expose undergarments and/or arF. Special Occasions at Schools eption days, schools will notify the G. Compliance Measures 1. All students enrolled in site-specific schools that have determined Student Attire policy are required to wear violations will result in disciplinbased progressive discipline plan. 2. Each school shall develop positive reinforcement measures to action only when positive measures fail to ensure compliance. In addition, schools shall communicate with parents so that the expectations, rationale, and benef student and his/her family. 3. Since the intent of taddition, prior to initiating any disciplinary action against a student erence with the held with a school administrator to4. Exemptions a. A parent/guardian may apply for their child to be exempt from the Standard Student Attire policy (1) When the parent/guardi(2) When wearing Standard Student Attire is inappropriate due to a verified medical condition. b. Exemption Procedures (1) Parents or guardians may apply for their child to be (2) If the parent/guardian requests an exemption based explaining the religious belief and how it is adversely (3) The parent/guardian shall meet with the school Attire policy and the nature Attire policy; (b) verify(4) A decision to grant or deny the Application for school principal. If the the denial is upheld by the Superintendent or designee shall be final. The student will be exempt the Application for Exemption is being processed (during this time, however, students will still be provisions as set forth in Section IV). 5. Students will be expected to wH. Information Dissemination including general guidelines for Attire policy. I. Financial Considerations 1. No students shall be denied atteotherwise subject to compliance measures for failing to wear 2. Each school shall: a. Develop a procedure to identify families in need of financial b. Work with staff, the local school community and business s for assisting families. c. Assist those identified families to purchase the approved VI. Standard Student Attire Poandard Student Attire policy is critical for its implementation and success. Therefore, padecision-making process must takepolicy, the individual school considering such a policy will: A. Ensure student/parent/staff idecision-making process. B. Thoroughly review with students/parentadvantages/disadvantages of a StandarC. Openly communicate with students/parentD. Should a decision be made to implemhall determine Standard E. If a school has met the criteria provissociate Superintendent/designee,policy. The requirement to survey families contained in Section V(A)(1) F. With approval of the Associate Sestablished timelines, may initiate aimplementation, the survey process inAttire policy prior to G. In order to give adequaopening of the school year, R-5131 (page 9) notification of the final decision will be sent to families that make up the population of the student body via U.S. Mail and postmarked no later than May 31 of the current school year. H. The requirement to survey families contained in Section V(A)(1) does not apply to schools which provide services in an alternative schoolation Services Division. It is not practical to survey families at these schools due to the temporary assignment of the student population. policy as identified in Section Instruction Unit Adopted: [5132:8/11/66] Revised: (3/13/80; 7/24/97; 4/23/98; 7/22/99) Pol Gov Rev: 6/28/01 Revised: (7/11/02, 7/10/

Shom More....
By: pasty-toler
Views: 151
Type: Public

Download Section

Please download the presentation after appearing the download area.


Download Pdf - The PPT/PDF document "CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT REGULATION ..." is the property of its rightful owner. Permission is granted to download and print the materials on this web site for personal, non-commercial use only, and to display it on your personal computer provided you do not modify the materials and that you retain all copyright notices contained in the materials. By downloading content from our website, you accept the terms of this agreement.

Try DocSlides online tool for compressing your PDF Files Try Now

Related Documents