DRESSCODE

Just a reminder: you’re “on the job” at school. Students are expected to come to school appropriately dressed. If school administrators determine that a student’s attire is inappropriate, they have the right to require a change of clothing and may send the student home. As much as possible, dress code standards will be applied equally to both men and women.

For example, no one may wear headwear in the building during the school day.

See county portion (below) for specific dress code regulations.
 --Shorts, skirts, and dresses must be at least mid thigh length
--No backless shirts are permitted
--No pajama pants are permitted
--No blankets are to be brought to school
--Undergarments are not to be worn as outer garments (no bra straps showing)
--multiple straps equal to one inch does not meet dress code
--Pants are to be worn at the waist No sagging Putnam County Schools Student Dress Code

These regulations are minimum standards for attire and appearance. Please help us maintain high standards to enhance our educational program.

Upper body: Students have the right to wear any headwear or shirt provided it meets the following conditions:
1. Headwear may not be worn except with special permission of the principal
2. The midriff is not bare, front or back.
3. While standing straight, shirts, tops, or blouses must come to the top of the pants or other lower body attire.
4. See-through tops or open-sided shirts shall be worn with a shirt underneath.
5. Shirts, tops and dresses must have straps of one-inch minimum width at the shoulders. Cleavage should not be visible.

Lower body: Attire for the lower body must meet the following standards:
1. Lower body attire shall be no shorter than mid-thigh. (Holes in garments must not be above the knees.)
2. Footwear with soles must be worn while on campus Additional notes: Undergarments should always be covered. Students are also asked to maintain their hair and clothing in a manner that does not pose a safety hazard or interfere with learning