School Policies: Electronic Devices and Dress Code
Electronic devices are not to be used during the school day.
These devices include but are not limited to:
- cell phones
- camera phones
- CD/DVD players
Activities such as listening to music, watching videos, taking photos or videos, texting and phone calls are all disruptive to the learning environment.
If these items must be brought to school, then they must be locked in your locker during the school day. Otherwise, such devices will be confiscated and will only be returned to a parent or guardian.
To promote a positive, safe, and non-disruptive school climate, proper attire must be worn.
Students are reminded of the following guidelines:
Inappropriate examples include:
- Hats and hoods may not be worn in the building;
- clothing must be free of offensive signs, slogans or language;
- clothing must reflect basic standards of modesty.
- sheer clothing,
- shirts with spagetti straps,
- halter tops,
- strapless tops, tube tops, and low cut tops that expose cleavage.
- Tops that bare the midriff in any way are prohibited.
- All skirts and shorts must be no shorter than mid-thigh length.
- Loungewear and underwear worn as outerwear are not permitted. Examples include pajama bottoms, slippers and baggy pants that expose underwear.