DRESS CODE (SBDM Policy)
The staff, administration, and family members will deal with any situation that arises that is disruptive to the instructional process on an individual basis.
Shorts, skirts, and dresses must be no shorter than mid thigh length.
Hats (of any kind; i.e. ball caps, hats, scarves) may not be worn in school unless they are necessary for health, cultural or safety purposes. Hats may be worn outside during recess for sun protection, cold weather or on designated hat days.
Shoes are required at all times. Sneakers are required for physical education class and greenway activities being conducted by the whole class. Flip flops (rubber beach type) and roller blade shoes are not allowed. Wearing of sandals and shoes with high heels are discouraged due to safety concerns. Due to playground safety, students must wear shoes/sandals with straps on the back of the ankle in order to play on the equipment. Consequence for not following the policy: students will not be allowed on the equipment for that recess period.
Sunglasses shall not be worn inside the school building without a medical excuse; a doctor’s note must be presented beforehand. Hair: shall be clean and well groomed. Distracting extremes shall not be permitted.
Pants must be worn at the waist and must remain there consistently through normal activity, without having to be held up by the hands. Rips above mid-thigh in pants are not permitted.
Shirts should cover the midriff with all normal movement and be an appropriate neck length. If the shirt is sleeveless, it must have wide shoulder straps and no large armholes. Thin “spaghetti” straps are not allowed for grades 3rd through 6th. Tank tops and Athletic jerseys: must be worn over a tee shirt or another shirt with sleeves.
Hooded shirts may be worn, but inside the building hoods will not be worn.
Patches, emblems, and clothing depicting vulgarity or advertising alcoholic beverages or illegal substances shall not be permitted.