• Harpool Middle School Dress Code

     

    The Harpool dress code is established to teach hygiene, instill self-discipline, prevent disruptions, promote safety, and provide an environment for learning. The responsibility for adhering to the dress code begins with the student and parents of the student. Enforcement of the code is the responsibility of the classroom teachers and administrators. The following guidelines are to assist students and parents in selecting appropriate attire (as determined by campus administration):

     

    1.  All students are to present a clean, well-groomed appearance at school and school activities.

    2.  Discipline Tickets will be taken for initial dress code infractions. Multiple infractions will result in further disciplinary measures.

    3.   The following items have been determined to be unaccept­able for wear at school:

    ·         jeggings, tights, leggings or yoga pants

    ·         HOLES IN JEANS or PANTS (no under patches, no leggings under)

    ·         bare midriffs halter tops

    ·         tank tops (tops must go to the edge of the shoulder) NO 3 FINGER RULE

    ·         see-through apparel

    ·         short shorts or skirts – finger-tip length all the way around

    ·         mesh/net clothing

    ·         pajamas

    ·         saggy, baggy pants

    ·         bandanas of any color

    ·         sunglasses in the building

    ·         strapless dresses/blouses

    ·         chains or accessories which can be used as a weapon (such as collars or bracelets with spikes)

    ·         flip-flops, athletic slides, steel-toed shoes, house shoes, slippers, or any other footware deemed inappropriate by campus administration.

    ·         any make-up, hair color, unnatural cosmetic contact lenses, or accessories which create a disruption

    ·         any headgear

    ·         tattoos

    ·         any display of undergarments (boxers are undergarments)

    ·         shirts open at the sides (excessively large armholes)

    ·         ragged or intentionally cut/torn clothing as determined inappropriate by campus principal or designee.

    ·         garments containing offensive or obscene words or phrases, pictures, symbols, or images.

    ·         garments which promote or advertise alcohol, tobacco, or other products prohibited at school.

    ·         facial piercing or gauge piercing

    ·         mohawks, and any designs in the hair.

     

    On each campus, the principal will have the final say as to the appropriateness of any dress code questions. 

    Thanks for your support,

    HMS