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Dress Code

June 11, 2018

DRESS CODE

  All students grades PK-12th grade will adhere to the following dress code policy.

  1. Writing or emblems that are objectionable, suggestive, or in poor taste shall not be a part of or attached to the student’s clothing and/or supplies.
  2. Head coverings should be removed upon entering the school building for both boys and girls. (examples: hats, visors, scarves, do-rags)
  3. All students will wear jeans, slacks, and shorts at the waistline.  These articles of clothing will be clean, worn in good taste, and free of holes above extended finger tips while standing.
  4. No shirts with large armholes.
  5. Tights or leggings may be worn as outerwear when worn with an appropriate upper garment that extends to finger tips with the student standing and hands to their side. Shorts may also be an appropriate covering over tights or leggings.

  Students’ grades 3rd through 12th will adhere to the aforementioned dress code with the following additions.

  1. Students will not be permitted to wear tank tops, spaghetti straps, or net type shirts or dresses without a shirt underneath.
  2. Shirts above the midriff will not be permitted.  All shirts and blouses must be below the waistline.
  3. Tops may be sleeveless, if not revealing. Immodestly low necklines are prohibited.
  4. Shorts, skirts and dresses must extend to finger tips with the student standing and hands to their side.

  Extra-Curricular Activity Dress Code                                    

All students representing Oklahoma Union Schools at public events (athletic, music, homecoming, prom or other activities that take place before the public) will dress in a manner so as to project the best image possible on our school and community. It is the expectation of the administration that activity sponsors establish and enforce standards for dress at public events that meet or exceed standards previously set forth in this regulation. All attire for homecoming must be pre-approved by event sponsors approximately one month prior to each event (a picture will suffice). Students are expected to dress appropriately for prom. At this time, there is no pre-approval process for prom attire. However, if students are not dressed appropriately, the pre-approval process will be considered on a year-to-year basis.

Any other dress code issues are at the discretion of the building principal.      

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