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Dress Code

District Dress Code Guidelines as Shown in the R and R Handbook

A. Requirements for Student Dress The dress and grooming of students shall be that which contributes to the health and safety of the individual and which is non-disruptive of the educational activities and processes of a school. The definition of appropriate dress shall vary with the age of the student and the program of instruction. Students have the right: to dress as they choose as long as their dress meets the approved dress and grooming regulations, does not disrupt school activities, is not obscene or defamatory, and does not endanger the physical health or safety of themselves or others. Students have the responsibility: to dress and groom in such a manner so as to reflect cleanliness, modesty, safety, good taste, and to become familiar with and adhere to the approved dress and grooming regulations of the Escambia County School District


Sixth – Twelfth Grades: 1. Shoes shall be worn. Skate tennis shoes and bedroom slippers are unacceptable and not allowed. Tennis shoes/athletic shoes are required to participate in physical education. 2. Tube tops, spaghetti straps, or similar type of clothing may only be worn with a blouse or shirt. Clothing exposing the torso or the midriff, either front, back, or sides shall not be worn. Underwear shall not be visible. Clothing shall not expose the mid-chest area. Clothing not properly fastened or with tears that are indecent shall not be worn. Clothing traditionally designed as undergarments or sleepwear shall not be worn as outer garments. 63 All pants and shorts shall be secured at the waist. Hemlines shall be no shorter than fingertip length. In addition, when leggings are worn a top garment is required and shall be no shorter than fingertip length with relaxed shoulders. 3. Hair shall be clean and neatly groomed. Head coverings shall not be worn in the building unless required for religious observance or health-related reasons. 4. Items including, but not limited to, garments, symbols, and/or jewelry that display or suggest sexual, vulgar, drug, gang, violence, or alcohol-related wording or graphics, or that provoke or may tend to provoke violence or disruption in the school, shall not be worn. Wallet chains shall not be worn.