Dress Code Non-compliance

 

Elementary Consequences for Non-Compliance

Students in violation of the dress code are to be sent to the office with a written teacher referral.  The teacher is to mark the violation on the dress code form.  The violation steps are year long.

1.  First Violation and each time after
Teacher or administrator fills out a dress code violation referral and inappropriate clothing must be changed.  If necessary, a t-shirt and/or pants will be provided.  Parents will be notified.

2.  Second Violation—Parent notification and/or conference will be held.

3.  Third Violation—Parent conference and further disciplinary measures will be taken; suspension may result.

Middle School Consequences for Non-Compliance

Students in violation of the Dress Code are to be sent to the office.  The violation steps are year long. Parents will be notified for each violation.

1. First Violation and each time after
Teacher or administrator fills out a dress code violation referral and inappropriate clothing must be changed.  If necessary, a t-shirt and/or sweatpants will be provided.

2. Second Violation—Assigned one three-hour detention.

3. Third Violation—Assigned one day In-School Suspension.

4.  Fourth Violation—Assigned three days In-School Suspension.

5.  Fifth Violation—Assigned one day Out-of-School Suspension.

6.  Sixth Violation--Assigned three days Out-Of-School Suspension.

7.  Seventh Violation—Ten days of Out-of-School Suspension and recommended for expulsion.
Students in violation of the Dress Code are to be sent to the office with a written teacher referral and considered tardy for that period.  The teacher is to mark the violation on the dress code form.  The violation steps are year long. Parents will be notified for each violation.

High School Consequences for Non-Compliance

1. First Violation and each time after
Teacher or administrator fills out a dress code violation referral and inappropriate clothing must be changed.  If necessary, a t-shirt and/or sweatpants will be provided.  One three-hour detention will be assigned.

2. Second Violation—Assigned two three-hour detentions for Tuesday/Thursday class.

3. Third Violation—Assigned one day OSS.

4.  Fourth Violation—Assigned three days OSS.

5.  Fifth Violation—Assigned five days OSS.

6.  Sixth Violation--Assigned ten days OSS and recommended for expulsion.

At certain school events, alternative guidelines may be enforced, i.e., Prom, Turnabout, Homecoming, Graduation, etc.  The appropriate guidelines for each event will be provided to students and parents in advance, in order to afford ample opportunities for compliance.

High School Consequences for Non-Compliance

1. First Violation and each time after
Teacher or administrator fills out a dress code violation referral and inappropriate clothing must be changed.  If necessary, a t-shirt and/or sweatpants will be provided.  One three-hour detention will be assigned.

2. Second Violation—Assigned two three-hour detentions for Tuesday/Thursday class.

3. Third Violation—Assigned one day OSS.

4.  Fourth Violation—Assigned three days OSS.

5.  Fifth Violation—Assigned five days OSS.

6.  Sixth Violation--Assigned ten days OSS and recommended for expulsion.

At certain school events, alternative guidelines may be enforced, i.e., Prom, Turnabout, Homecoming, Graduation, etc.  The appropriate guidelines for each event will be provided to students and parents in advance, in order to afford ample opportunities for compliance.