Professional Dress For Special Events!!! (Interview, Science Fairs, School Events, and Graduations!. Appropriate Clothing Students must wear clean, neat, and un-torn attire.
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(Interview, Science Fairs,
School Events, and Graduations!
Students must wear clean, neat, and un-torn attire.
For women, dresses, skirts, pants, shirts, and blouses are suitable. All clothing should be modest and are not to be excessively short, tight or revealing. Any shirt, blouse, or dress that covers the back and midriff and does not have a plunging neckline is acceptable. Footwear (shoes, boots, and sandals) should complement professional attire.
Suitable attire for men includes pants, shirts, shoes/boots, and socks. Shirts are to be tucked, and buttoned when appropriate to the style of shirt worn. All clothing should be modest and not be excessively tight, saggy, baggy or revealing.
Personal hygiene is very important when working closely with students and with school employees. Strong or excessive odors or fragrances should be avoided.
Hair should be clean and neat and facial hair must be trimmed and groomed.
Clothing, jewelry, or hairstyle that disrupts the educational process or endangers students, including, but not limited to those items which include messages, language, or logos that advocate sex, drugs, violence, bigotry, hate, profanity, alcohol, tobacco, or gang activity are not permissible.
Any excessively tight or form-fitting article of clothing is not considered professional dress.
Tank tops, shorts, cut-offs, fatigues, spandex, spaghetti straps, halter-tops, low-cut garments, and short shirts are considered inappropriate dress.
Tattered, frayed, ripped or excessively worn and faded clothing are not considered professional dress regardless of the current style or trends.
Transparent, translucent or sheer clothing may not be worn.
Clothing associated with gang activities including athletic jerseys and headgear which may be associated with gang affiliation are not permissible.
Clothing that bares any part of the mid-section, even if the mid-section is bared unintentionally is not acceptable.
Portion of the student's underwear or under-garments shall not be visible at any time.
Earrings may be worn if allowed by the hosting school district. Other pierced areas of the face or body not covered by clothing shall be left without any ring or stud. Other body decorations such as tattoos shall be completely covered to the extent possible while the student is on school premises, or at a school activity.
Dresses – hose should be worn if the dress does not fall below the knee
Nice slacks – no tennis shoes
Midriff tops should not be worn
Skirts – length must fall no higher than the top of the knee
Choose neutral-toned hosiery
Shoes should be closed heel or pump style
Make-up should be subtle
Hair should be natural looking
Perfume should be used sparingly
Suit should be navy or gray – conservative style with a white shirt and tie
Dress slacks, not jeans - business shirt and tie
Dress shirts should always be tucked in
Should not expose body piercing or tattoos
Sport coat for meetings and teacher parent conferences/open house
All belts should be worn appropriately
Cologne should be used sparingly