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Student dress and grooming are the responsibility of the student and his/her parent/guardian(s). When
a student’s dress or grooming disrupts the learning process, the principal or his/her designee has the
responsibility to take action.
The following guidelines are to be used in determining appropriate dress and grooming in the school
Dress and grooming are to be in keeping with health, safety, and sanitary practices.
Students may not wear clothing or hairstyles that can be hazardous in educational activities such as lab,
shop, physical education or art classes.
Shoes must be worn as required by law. Flip-flops (made of rubber or plastic), beach footwear, slippers,
heelys (skate shoes) and similar footwear are inappropriate for school and are not to be worn.
Clothing and accessories are not to substantially disrupt the education process.
Students are not to wear clothing, buttons, patches, jewelry or any other items with words, phrases,
symbols, pictures or signs that are indecent, profane, suggestive or inflammatory or that have negative
overtones that appear to be derogatory or discriminatory.
Students are not to wear suggestive or revealing clothing that diverts attention from the learning process
or that may lead to a student being insulted, assaulted or approached disrespectfully
Students are not to wear sunglasses, caps, coats or hats in the building. Coats may be worn in breezeway
or open areas of the building during inclement weather. Students are not to wear clothing, outerwear,
pins, symbols or insignia of prohibited organizations or street gangs while at school or at any school-
Students are prohibited from wearing, while on the grounds of a public school during the regular school
day and at school sponsored activities and events the following:
No tank tops (wife beaters and A-shirts) or underwear as outer garments;
No spandex clothing/leggings worn as outer garments;
No shorts or skirts more than four (4) inches above the knee;
No clothing with negative overtones that appear to be derogatory or discriminatory;
No clothing or accessories that are profane, suggestive or inflammatory;
No shirts or blouses tied at the midriff, clothing with bare midriff, or not properly fastened;
No clothing or accessories of prohibited organizations or street gangs ;
No pants that fall/sag below the waistline;
No head coverings (unless for religious reasons); and
No clothing that exposes underwear or clothing worn as under garments, buttocks or the breast of
a female or male.
It is suggested that students not wear expensive jewelry or other expensive accessories to school. It is
difficult to recover such items when they are lost. The local school and/or the Little Rock School
District are not responsible for replacing lost or stolen property.