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Dress Code Policy

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             Dress Standards Policy

Dress should never interfere with or be disruptive to the learning environment of a school or prove a hazard to the students’ safety or to the safety of others. Therefore, the following standards apply at Community Learning Center:


  1. Masks or face covering are not required for the 2021-22 school year. Students, staff and patrons may wear masks or face covering at their own discretion and are encouraged to do so.
  2. Clothing, badges, jewelry or mode of appearance that denotes gang or cult involvement, or affiliation will not be worn. This includes anything resembling ICP paraphernalia.
  3. Clothing must always sufficiently cover undergarments (i.e. sagging pants that reveal underwear, tops that reveal bra straps, etc.).   Short shorts, miniskirts, bare midriffs, halter-tops, tube tops, strapless shirts/tops, muscle shirts with enlarged holes, or similar revealing clothing are not permitted.  Clothing must cover the midriff, underwear, and cleavage always (even when seated).  This includes clothing that has holes above mid-thigh. Also, as pants sagging below the hips, long hanging belts, spiked clothing, chains, spiked chains or spiked jewelry of any kind will not be worn.
  4. Clothing with obscene or suggestive images (male or female images not dressed by the standards in this policy) and/or illegal, obscene, or suggestive messages will not be worn.
  5. Apparel, jewelry or accessories that advertise or advocate drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or tobacco related products will not be worn or displayed.
  6. Halter tops, sleeveless tops, cropped tops or low-cut shirts shall not be worn. Shirts that reveal a bare midriff also will not be worn, including during P.E. class. Underwear (tops or bottoms) should not be visible at any time.
  7. Minimum length on shorts, skirts and dresses must be at mid-thigh unless leggings (not see-through or skin tone) are worn.
  8. Hairstyles must not be distracting. The administration will determine if the hairstyle is a distraction in the learning environment. Body piercing must be within reason according to administration.
  9. Body piercing must be within reason according to administration.
  10. Clothing that depicts disrespect toward any race, culture, religion or gender will not be allowed. Hats and hoodies are allowed if they follow the guidelines and do not disrupt the learning environment or make it difficult or impossible to identify students. Items which display advertising, promotions and likeness of tobacco, e-cigarettes, alcohol, gang activity or affiliation or drugs or which are contrary to the educational mission, shall not be allowed.
  11. Shoes or sandals must be worn. Use of rollerblades, skateboards, or roller-shoes will not be permitted in the building.
  12. Clothing that depicts criminal activity or violence, such as weapons or violent acts, will not be worn.


 - “Disruption” is defined as reactions by other individual to the clothing or adornment, which cause the teacher/administrator to lose the attention of students, to modify or cease instructional activities, or to deal with student confrontations or complaints.

- The only exception for any of these standards shall be on certain days of activities which are declared exempt from one rule or the other by the administration.