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Painesville City Local Schools Academically Dressed Policy Presentation to the Painesville City Local Schools Board of Education December 8, 2008, 7:00 PM PowerPoint PPT Presentation


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Painesville City Local Schools Academically Dressed Policy Presentation to the Painesville City Local Schools Board of Education December 8, 2008, 7:00 PM. History. 2002 – St. Clair opens as Choice School with AD Dress Code

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Painesville city local schools academically dressed policy presentation to the painesville city local schools board o

Painesville City Local Schools Academically Dressed PolicyPresentation to the Painesville City Local Schools Board of EducationDecember 8, 2008, 7:00 PM


History

History

  • 2002 – St. Clair opens as Choice School with AD Dress Code

  • 2006 - Survey and parent meetings to discuss expanding AD Policy to elementary buildings – favorable response

  • 2007- Chestnut Elementary opens with AD Policy – parent survey shows positive response

  • 2008 – Elm Street, Maple Elementaries and Heritage Middle open with AD Policy

  • 2008 – Parent survey shows overwhelming support of AD Policy.


The basics

Shirts - Polo Style, Dress Shirts, Turtlenecks

Colors – Red, White, Navy BlueLight Blue,Black

Pants, Skirts, Shorts, Capri's, Jumpers

Colors – Black,Khaki,Navy Blue

Low Heel, Closed Toe And Heel Shoes

Belts – Grade 3-8

The Basics


Pants skirts shorts and jumpers

Pants, Skirts, Shorts and Jumpers

  • Khaki, black or navy blue traditional flat front or pleated style pant is allowed. Corduroy and Capri pants are permitted in appropriate color and style

  • Garments must be appropriately sized and worn at the waist.

  • Skirt, skort or shorts - must extend to the top of the knee or below

  • Some pant styles not allowed: cargo, carpenter, painter, jeans, sweats


Outerwear

Outerwear

  • Only small district logos and approved colors are allowed for pullover sweatshirts. No Hoodies

  • Sweaters and vest– approved colors over approved shirts


The acceptable standard

The Acceptable Standard


Survey results school demographics

Survey Results – School Demographics


Survey results

Survey Results


Survey results communication

Survey Results -Communication


Survey results availability

Survey Results - Availability


Survey results affordability

Survey Results - Affordability


Survey results1

Survey Results


Survey results2

Survey Results


Survey results satisfaction

Survey Results - Satisfaction


Survey results expansion

Survey Results - Expansion


Survey results3

Survey Results

  • Survey Comments

  • Building Concerns


Common violations

Common Violations


Changes

Changes

  • Recommend Changes to Currents Code


Next steps

Next Steps


Why a dress code

Why a Dress Code?

  • To improve academic focus and the learning environment

  • To build self-esteem

  • To reduce racial and ethnic tensions

  • To bridge the socio-economic differences among students

  • To promote positive behavior

  • To enhance school safety

  • To strengthen chances for success


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