USD Governing Board Policy: JICA
School Dress Code (required at every school)
Student attire and grooming must permit the student to participate in learning without posing a risk to the health or safety of any student or school district personnel.
- Students must wear clothing including both a shirt with pants or skirt, or the equivalent (for example dresses, leggings, or shorts) and shoes.
- Hats and other head coverings are not permitted on school grounds except as an expression of religious beliefs.
- Hats and sunglasses may be worn while outside in the sun for an extended period of time for protection from the sun.
- Dark glasses may not be worn inside buildings unless a documented health problem exists.
- Clothing must cover the chest and torso, and must cover buttocks while standing and sitting.
- Clothing must cover undergarments.
- Clothing must not be see-through.
- Clothing must be suitable for all scheduled classroom activities, including physical education, science labs, shop classes, and other activities where unique hazards or specialized attire or safety gear is required.
- Students who volunteer for extracurricular activities, such as athletics, band, chorus, etc., are subject to the standards of dress as defined by the sponsors of such activities.
Attire or grooming depicting or advocating violence, criminal activity, gang-related activity, use of alcohol, vaping, tobacco or drugs, pornography, or hate speech are prohibited. Clothing containing images, symbols, slogans, words, or phrases that are homophobic, religiously or racially discriminatory or that perpetuate gender based discrimination or defamation are distracting and interfere with the teaching and learning environment.