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    WIHS DRESS CODE GUIDELINES

     
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    WIHS DRESS CODE GUIDELINES

    Students are expected to attend school in clothing that is appropriate for a productive educational environment. Clothing and accessories that bring excessive attention to an individual will be prohibited. Appropriate and acceptable apparel includes the following:

    • All shorts, dresses, skirts, skorts, and rompers must come to the knee. This includes males wearing shorts.

    • No visible skin above the knee. This includes athletic leggings with see-thru panels and jeans with holes in them.

    • Leggings, athletic leggings, yoga pants, and jeggings may be worn with a shirt or dress covering private areas in the front and back.

    • No see-through clothing. If you can see skin or your undergarments through your shirt or pants that is against dress code. This includes leggings.

    • Sleeveless shirts are allowed as long as there are no visible undergarments, no spaghetti straps, and no visible cleavage. No side-less muscle tees and white ribbed tank tops (wife beaters). Long enough to cover midsection at all times (ex. while seated, leaning over, or raising arms) Cold shoulder shirts are allowed.

    • No pillows, stuffed animals, blankets, bedroom shoes, and pajamas.

    • No head coverings inside the building. This includes hats, hoods, do-rags, wraps, bonnets, and bandanas. This includes all staff members as well.

    • No visible undergarments (ex. briefs, boxers, gym shorts)

    • Pants must be worn at the waist, not around the legs below the waist.  Belts and/or zip-ties will be issued to students that do not adhere to this rule. Belts and zip-ties must remain in place for the entire school day

    • No transparent, slashed clothing, or holes in pants above the knees (unless leggings are worn to hide any visible skin).

    • No inappropriate symbols, words, pictures, or articles depicting violence, tobacco, drugs, alcohol, or innuendos alluding to sex, vulgarity, demeaning to race/gender, or gang-related

    • No wallet chains, belts, or jewelry (including spiked jewelry) that pose a safety hazard

    • No costumes or costume accessories (Certain exceptions during Spirit Week)

     

    Dress Code Violations/Consequences

     

    1. Student wearing inappropriate clothing will be provided an opportunity to correct the violation or call home for a change of clothing.

     

    1. If the violation cannot be corrected, the student will be placed in ALC for the remainder of the day.

     

    1. The student will be given a warning and a parent will be contacted

     

    1. Repeated offenses will involve additional school discipline following the school policy for insubordination.

     

    o    DRESS CODE CAN BE AMENDED AT ANYTIME WHEN DEEMED NECESSARY BY THE SCHOOL’S ADMINISTRATION.

     

     
    DRESS CODE CAN BE AMENDED AT ANYTIME WHEN DEEMED NECESSARY BY THE SCHOOL’S ADMINISTRATION.