CRMS Dress Code Policy 2020-2021 Guidelines for Attire • Clothing is to be worn appropriately and in the manner for which it was designed. • Pants shall be worn at waist level. • Undergarments, including sleeveless undershirts, shall not be exposed at any time. • Shorts/running shorts/skirts/dresses must reach mid-thigh. • Leggings must be worn with a top that covers undergarment area. • Clothing shall not reveal bare skin between upper chest and mid-thigh, with no visible midriff. • Shoes shall be worn at all times. • Hooded jackets and sweatshirts may only be worn outside before school or at recess. These may not be worn in the building during the school day. • Prohibited Attire • Clothing or other attire with words or images depicting or relating to tobacco, drugs, or alcohol. • Clothing or other attire displaying inflammatory, suggestive, racial, sexist, or other inappropriate writing, advertisement, or artwork. • Clothing or other attire displaying profanity, obscenity, violence, weapons, symbols of hate, or offensive content. • Clothing, jewelry, accessories, and/or manner of grooming which indicates or implies gang membership or affiliation (this includes bandanas of any color). • No hats, hoods, bandanas, or sunglasses shall be worn in school (unless approved for health or religious reasons). • Loungewear, pajamas, bedroom slippers, and hair bonnets. • Sleeveless athletic jerseys and PE uniforms outside of gym. • Shirts, tops, or dresses that are backless, strapless, halter-style, cut-out, off-the-shoulder or spaghetti straps. • Extreme clothing or other attire that would interfere with the learning process, cause a disruption of the educational environment, or be a health or safety hazard.
Any other dress or jewelry deemed inappropriate by school administration will result in disciplinary consequences.
Dress Code Violation Consequences Students who are not dressed in accordance with the dress code will be sent to the BIC room to call parents, who, in turn, will bring a change of appropriate clothes or the student may wear clothing provided by the school. A student’s absence from class will be marked as “unexcused.” Students that refuse to conform to the dress code will remain in BIC until they choose to do so.
The CRMS dress code policy was written in accordance to the JICHS dress code policy.