WMS Dress Code

The WMS dress code expectations are that students be clean, neatly dressed, and well-groomed at all times. Distracting stylesand provocative groominginterfere with our focus on learning. Our goal is to promote quality education and behavioracceptable to a working environment.

 General Clause

Students are not allowed to wear clothing, tattoos, or items that display, suggest, or advocate in words or graphics/symbols any drug or gang affiliation, violence, reference to profanity, vulgarity, sex, alcohol, tobacco, or drugs – including, but not limited to, skull and crossbones, knives or guns, and offensive terms and/or symbols. Any items/clothing that cause disruption of the classroom environment are prohibited.

General Dress

Clothing shall be worn as designed (suspenders over the shoulder, pants secured at the waist/hips, belts buckled, no underwear as outerwear, no underwear exposed). Clothing that is too tight or revealing when standing, bending, sitting, or moving is unacceptable. Safety pins are not allowed nor are stickers and/or tattoos worn on skin or clothes. Sheer fabric is only acceptable when worn over clothing which is dress code appropriate.

  Tops, Blouses, Shirts

Shirts or tops must cover 2” of the shoulder and must extend “inches” below the waist of the bottom garment or be tucked into the bottom garment,showing no midriffskin or underwear when standing, sitting, or bending. 

Examples of prohibited clothing include but are not limited to:  spaghetti straps of any width, halters, off shoulder shirts, tube tops, tops with holes that expose the torso, bikini tops, pajama tops, oversized arm holes, backless dresses, clothing with plunging neck lines, and see-through or sheer materials.

 Bottom Garments

The bottom garment must extend past the student’s longest fingertip when the arms are fully extended at their side. Shorts must have no holes or frayed edges above the knee. Ripped pants/jeans are only permitted if athletic shorts/leggings/patches are worn underneath or are covering the holes.

Examples of prohibited clothing include but are not limited to: cheer-type shorts, beachwear, bicycle/exercise shorts,boxer shorts, and pajama pants. Pants and shorts must be zipped and a belt or suspenders must be worn if pants and shorts cannot remain secured above the hip. No saggy/baggy pants/jeans.

   Shoes

Due to safety concerns, appropriate shoes must be worn at all times. All shoes must have a back or strap on the back.

Examples of prohibited clothing include but are not limited to: flip flops, slides, slippers, athletic cleats and spikes, and stilettos.  

  Hats, Hoods, Sunglasses, Hair, Body

Hats, caps, hoods, scarves, sweatbands, bandanas,and sunglasses are not to be worn on campusor buses, except as allowed in PE, and must be kept in lockers or inside backpacks during the day. Other prohibited items included but are not limited to: facial paint, teeth jewelry (grills), and hair and or body paint and or spray-in color.  Any metal comb, brushes, picks, etc. are not allowed at school.

  Uniforms

Clothing normally worn for school-sponsored extra-curricular or sports activities may be worn only during a scheduled event as approved by the administration.

Jewelry

Jewelry will be worn in a way that it does not present a safety or health hazardor cause a disruption to the educational process. Neckwear and bracelets with metal studs, other potentially dangerous items or items displaying profanityand profane notionssuch as jelly bracelets or drug symbolsare not allowed. All chains, including those hanging from the neck, belt, pocket, or attached to the wallet are prohibited. Jewelry and clip-onsin pierced body parts otherthan in ears are not allowed, including those for the tongue,nose, lips, eyebrows, and spike earrings.  Students may not possess rubber bands (or their equivalent) or wear them as jewelry.  

DRESS CODE ENFORCEMENT

It is the responsibility of each WMS student to dress according to the dresscode. We seek parent support and monitoring of student’sdaily dress. Students who do not come to schooladhering to the dress code guidelines will receive a dress code violation and will be sent to the office to changeinto school-provided clothesto wear for the day. Students who fail to return clothing from the school will receive a fine on their account and will be responsible for payment.  All questionable or offensive articles will need to be picked up by the parent/guardian and will not be returned to the student. WMS staff members make every effortfor consistent enforcement. Violations will be handled as follows:

First Offense:  Student receives warning of violation (no parent phone call required)

Second:  Student will complete dress code reflection and receive a parent phone call

Third or more:  Parent phone call, may also result in a student specific plan for dress code 

 


Wednesday
5/1/2019 - GRADE 6 AND GRADE 7 FSA READING

Wednesday
5/1/2019 - Lion King Jr. Spring Musical

Thursday
5/2/2019 - GRADE 6 AND GRADE 7 FSA READING

Thursday
5/2/2019 - Lion King Jr. Spring Musical

Friday
5/3/2019 - FSA MAKE-UP TESTING

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