Presentation on theme: "Madison County Career Technical Center Dress Code Guidelines Please see the Madison County Code of Conduct for the complete list of Student Dress Code."— Presentation transcript:
Madison County Career Technical Center Dress Code Guidelines Please see the Madison County Code of Conduct for the complete list of Student Dress Code rules and regulations
BODY PIERCING Only earrings may be worn. No eyebrow rings. No lip rings No tongue rings. No nose rings. No clear piercing.
Sweatpants and athletic shorts are not allowed. A good rule of thumb is that if a pair of shorts or pants have an elastic waist band then it probably does not meet dress code.
SHORTS & SKIRTS Male Shorts that have pockets may be acceptable depending on the type and or length. Administrators judgment will be the final decision. Female The general rule is shorts and skirts must come below the students fingertips, depending on the students phenotype. Administrators judgment will be the final decision.
T-SHIRT DESIGNS Must not display pictures, writings or symbols of the following: Drugs, drug paraphernalia, alcohol, sexual activities, or gangs.
FOOTWEAR Given the Career Technical School environment, closed-toed shoes are required for many courses (safety reasons), sandals are occasionally allowed. * House shoes and/or slippers are never allowed
HATS, BANDANAS, SUNGLASSES Hats, caps, and bandanas are not allowed in the building. Students will not be allowed to carry around a hat or bandana in their possession. Sunglasses should not be worn in the building.
ADDITIONAL DRESS CODE RULES: No wallet chains. NO head coverings. This includes crocheted hair coverings. NO blankets are allowed. No pajama/lounge bottoms allowed. Clothing should be worn in the correct manner and for its intended purpose.
Pictures/Social Media Students are not allowed to take pictures on campus without approval from the administration. Students are not allowed to use Facebook, Twitter, or any social type networks during the school day. Students will be disciplined for failure to comply.
Cellphones Students are not allowed to use cellphones during the school day. Students must put away any cellphone device upon entering the building. Students are not allowed to wear empty cellphone carriers on them during the school day.
Electronic devices and Computers IPods, IPad's, and Laptop computers have to be approved before they are used. We have school devices to use for instructional purposes. Students must get approval before their personal devices can be used.
Parking Reminder: Parking is a privilege, not a right. Students who have discipline issues and/or attendance issues can have their driving privileges removed.