Presentation on theme: "Dress Code Respect: Wear school appropriate clothing: Dress for Success Responsibility: Wear comfortable clothing that allows you and others to concentrate."— Presentation transcript:
Respect: Wear school appropriate clothing: Dress for Success Responsibility: Wear comfortable clothing that allows you and others to concentrate on learning
Relationships: Wear clothing that is a positive reflection of yourself Results: All students can focus on academics
Tops with strings or straps Tops that show bra straps or shoulders
FASHION POLICE ALERT! Tops that expose the midriff, stomach back or undergarments are not allowed.
Choose tops that COVER shoulders Choose tops that do not show cleavage.
Even w/ leggings? No
Notice that tops have sleeves Also, no cleavage showing.
Tops that cover stomach, midriff, back and undergarment s are allowed.
Short shorts or short skirts must be finger tip length or longer Adding leggings will not make these appropriate
Holes in jeans must be below fingertip length on the leg Yes! No!
Holes in jeans can’t show skin above fingertip length.
Shorts and skirts that ARE LONGER than finger length on your leg.
Leggings/spandex will not make these appropriate
Sagging pants below the hips or that expose undergarments, boxers, shorts or even PE shorts. Sagging pants are not appropriate for school. That’s GROSS!
Clothing that infers or promotes alcohol, drugs or tobacco.
T-shirts and sweatshirts that DO NOT represent alcohol, drugs, tobacco
Clothing inferring or containing objectionable language, symbols or sexual references.
Clothing inferring or signifying identificatio n with gang activity
Hats and Hoods are not allowed.
Heads without hats, hoods, or beanies.
As a school, Clear Creek expects students to dress in ways that promote positive behavior and serious academic effort. Dress and grooming that disrupt the learning process will not be permitted. Administrators have final say if it appropriate or not.
Public Displays of Affection: PDA’s no hugs no hand-holding no kissing no arm-around one another - this is true on school grounds at all times of day Keep hands to self Keep arms to self Keep lips to self