OCHS Student Dress Code
DRESS CODE – 2012/13
Shirts - Polo shirts, Full button-down shirts, Crew neck shirts are permitted.
-All shirts must have sleeves – no exceptions
-All shirts must be long enough to pass the straight arm test/NO SKIN (belly or back).
-No shirt should show cleavage
-No “see through” material
Sweatshirts/Sweaters - Sweatshirts and “Hoodies,” Waffle Weave, Pullover crew neck, Quarter Zip and or turtleneck sweaters are permitted.
- Collarbone must be covered.
Pants - Jeans, Khakis, Dress pants and sweatpants are all permitted.
-Pants must be worn at the waist.
-No pajamas, unless designated a spirit day
-No “see-through” material
-No holes, tears, rips or frays that show skin are permitted abocve the knee and must be hemmed and off the floor.
Shorts and Skirts- Jeans, Khaki, Athletic or dress shorts/skirts are permitted.
-Must be to the length of the Flamingo Test
-Any skirt with a slit—the top of slit must pass the Flamingo guidelines.
-Shorts/skirts must be worn at the waist
-No “see-through” material
-All heads are to be uncovered in the building except for medical or religious reasons
-Medical reasons require a physician note
-No baseball caps, hoods, bandanas, head scarves, head bands, “do rags,” etc. are permitted
Jewelry: No chains, leather collars/wristbands, or dog collars may be worn. Students must remove any jewelry deemed dangerous or inappropriate. This includes body piercing that the administration deem unsafe for the educational setting.
Shoes must be worn at all times. Some classrooms will have additional footwear requirements that are designed for safety.
-No coats are to be worn in the classroom or hallways. Students may store their coat in their locker.
-Clothing made of Spandex, sheer fabric, or fishnet is not allowed.
Clothing or accessories displaying messages deemed inappropriate by administration are not permitted. Examples would be, but not limited to, profanity, sexual innuendo, drug references, alcohol, tobacco, weapons or any gang related reference.
Corrective action for dress code violations:
1. Minor Offenses: Are generally easy to correct and no new clothing item is needed. After
Three minor offenses have tallied up; the student receives the first major offense consequence.
2. Major Offenses: Occur when a new article of clothing is needed to correct the violation. Student is sent to office. Must call home and have parent bring new clothing item. No student will be sent back to class while out of dress code. First major offense will result in change of clothes and being sent back to class. Second major offense will result in change of clothes and day of ISS.
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 September 2012 17:28