IS YOUR STUDENT IN VIOLATION OF THE DRESS CODE?

Mountain View's dress code policy is as stated, in part, below. We have reoccurring issues with students who are inappropriately dressed for school. Please have discussions with your student regarding his/her choice of apparel. We appreciate your support!

A degree of modesty is expected. Any apparel that draws undue attention to a student tends to detract from the educational process and is therefore inappropriate. Any article of clothing, jewelry, or make-up which draws undue attention, is unsafe, or is disruptive to the educational process will be considered inappropriate.
 
Examples include but are not limited to: 

Clothing that does not cover the stomach, back, chest/cleavage, or undergarments

Tank tops, spaghetti straps, tube tops, off-the-shoulder shirts are not permitted

Stretch pants unless they are covered with a shirt, skirt, shorts or dress that reaches the mid-thigh dress code. (Yoga pants, leggings, tights)

Spiked clothing, belts or jewelry

Safety pins

Any attire shorter than mid-thigh length –any attire with holes above mid-thigh

Pajamas or boxer shorts worn as outerwear

Hats, hoods, bandanas, or other head covering

In addition:

Footwear must be worn at all times

Athletic/Activity uniforms worn during the school day must adhere to the dress code policy

Violations of the dress code will lead to disciplinary action.

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