Student Dress Code
Student dress should indicate respect for the educational environment and should be suitable for an active schedule. If a student comes to school and because of his/her dress, hair, or makeup is a distraction to others, parents will be notified to bring change of clothing or the student will be removed from class.
Several examples of inappropriate attire include:
- Midriff baring, strapless, or backless tops
- Open-toed or backless shoes, like flip flops
- Hat are not allowed inside buildings
- No displays of obscenity, drugs, alcohol, sex, and/or violence are permitted on clothing, jewelry or other apparel
- Students’ hair must be a naturally occurring hair color and the style should not be disruptive and make-up or cosmetics are not suitable
The Olinda Elementary School staff wants all students to have a safe and wholesome environment in which they can learn and grow. Variances in student dress code only include whole school sponsored spirit days/and or activities, per the principal’s direction.