Dress Code Students are required to follow the dress code
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Dress Code Students are required to follow the dress code

The headmaster and the principals reserve the right to interpret andor make changes The following guidelines indicate appropriate dress Girls hirts Blouses with collars AND sleeves Sweatshirt odest tops that cover the midriff when th e arms are rais

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Dress Code Students are required to follow the dress code. The headmaster and the principals reserve the right to interpret and/or make changes. The following guidelines indicate appropriate dress. Girls hirts /Blouses with collars AND sleeves Sweatshirt odest tops that cover the midriff when th e arms are raised over the head Slacks, capris, skirts, or solid color shorts No f lip flop/t hong style rub ber, or plastic shoes Dresses that follow the dress up day guidelines Skirts and shorts no shorter than the middle of the thigh (Defined as halfway between the top of inseam and

the top of the knee Dress Up Days : D resses, dressy pants skirts and blouse s with dress shoes will b worn . ackless or strapless dresses/tops , revealing necklines , or dresses/skirts shorter than the middle of the thigh (as defined above) are not allowed. Casual Dress Days : W hile the attire may be more casual (i.e. denim), offe nsive clothing , inappropriate messages , bare midriffs, spaghetti strap /halter tops and strapless or low cut/revealing tops are not allowed. Shorts and skirts must follow the length guidelines listed above. Boys Shirts tucked in ) wit h collars and sleeve s Solid

color shorts or slacks All shorts/slacks at the natural waistline with a belt; length of shorts middle of the knee to the middle of the thigh (as defined above) Sweatshirts Hair above the eyebrows and top of the shirt collar Acceptable shoes athl etic shoes, loafers, top siders, o xfords, dress shoes, and boots all laces tied No sandals Dress Up Days : S lacks, dress shirts, ties, dress shoe s, belts, and socks will be worn. Casual Dress Days : W hile the attire may be more casual (i.e. denim , hats) , offensive clothing and inappropriate messages are not allowed. General Guidelines All

clothing must be clean, in good condition, modest, and of appropriate size and fit wi thout being too tight, baggy, or revealing. On the day of their contest, team mem bers/managers may wear team jackets or uniform/team shirts ucked in with other dress code clothing , not to exceed one day per week. Prohibited clothing/styles include the following: blue jean fabrics (or look alike fabric), camouflage clothing, off the shoulder tops, overalls, combat style boots, hats, bandanas, visible underwear, offensive (i.e. drug, alcohol, or sexual references/innuendoes), torn or cut clothing; unnatural

color or distracting hair styles (to include pony tails and Mohawk styles); vis ible body/facial piercing (lips, tongues, noses, boys earrings) or visible tattoos. Dress code should not be an issue. Students who are not in dress code will face Level 1 disciplinary consequences. Students with offensive or immodest clothing may not be admitted to class until they are in appropriate dress.