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Armstrong Dress Code

Armstrong Elementary School seeks to maintain an orderly environment for education.  To accomplish this, we have set a standard of student dress that is conducive to a proper educational climate.  Clothing worn by students shall be neat, clean and in good repair for the general personal health and safety of the student.  Immodest clothing of such type that distracts from the learning process shall not be worn.  Some of the items we do not allow students to wear or display on campus are:

  1. Hats, caps or bandannas
  2. Lengthy belts that hang down
  3. Chains hanging out of pockets or from clothing
  4. Any item that advertises drugs/alcohol/tobacco or inappropriate language
  5. Any item with gan/drug symbols or implications thereof
  6. Any item containing suggestive messages
  7. Skirts, dresses or shorts that do not reach at, or near the fingertips
  8. See-through items
  9. Tight or revealing clothing
  10. Bare midriffs or crop tops
  11. Halter tops, muscle shirts, strapless dresses or tops, or shirts with spaghetti straps
  12. Flip-Flops or shoes with wheels

All pants must be worn snug at the waist and must not touch the ground.  Shirts must not be so long as to cover shorts or skirts.  Tennis shoes or sneakers that fasten or tie are necessary for safety during physical education or recess.  Girls should wear shorts or slacks on days they have physical education.  Students who come to school dressed inappropriately will be expected to change.  Parents will be contacted to bring appropriate clothing.   Students will not be permitted to attend classes in inappropriate clothing.

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Published by Leslie Koch on October 21, 2019