Dress Code Guidelines

  • A school is frequently judged as much by the appearance of its student body as it is by the caliber of its academic program. Therefore, we request pupils maintain a clean and neat appearance. Students should wear clothes appropriate for the weather conditions and school day activities. Footwear appropriate for physical activity in gym and at recess helps to prevent injury. Students may not wear clothes deemed as disruptive to the educational process (i.e. alcohol or tobacco advertisements, inappropriate language and/or suggestive in nature, etc). If there is question over a student’s dress or appearance, the parent will be contacted.

    Check the handbook for your child's school for more specific guidelines.

  • Dr. Sara Jones

    Assistant Superintendent, Student Services

    Anita Majors

    Secretary: Enrollment, Discipline, Residency, Summer School


    Michelle Moore

    Secretary: Special Education, Homebound, Foster Care, McKinney-Vento Act