Dress Code

RHS Dress Code
Dress Code

DRESS CODE

(Subject To Change)**

    To facilitate a safe, orderly environment; reduce distractions in the classrooms, corridors, and public spaces; and promote appropriate dress habits for the workplace a uniform dress code is enforced. Students who are not in compliance will be required to wear and purchase a school issued uniform (or appropriate parts) on the day of the violation.  Failure to comply will result in disciplinary action.  (See Fines/Obligations)

 

Colors at the discretion of students/parents

 

Spirit Colors: Green & White

 

Bottoms: The hems of all garments may not be above the fingertips of fully extended arms at sides.

 

·      Dress pants, Docker/khaki-style pants, Corduroy pants

·      Khaki or dress shorts, Skirts, Jumpers, Dresses, Capris

·      Black pants

·      Black jeans

·      Black Track Pants

 

Pants may not have rips, tears, sheer panels

            Pants may not expose undergarments

            Shorts, skirts must be fingertip length - no rompers

Sweat pants and athletic shorts may not be worn

 

Tops: Collared shirts/tops with sleeves are always required

 

·      Button down shirt/top (must be buttoned) Golf Shirt

·      Blouse (must be buttoned)

·      Turtleneck, Crewneck, V-Neck or mock turtle neck sweaters

·      Sweater vest over collared shirt

·      Cardigans (must be worn as intended)

·      Sweatshirts without hood over collared shirt

·      Track Jackets

·      Vests

 

Clarifications:

 

Shirts may not expose undergarments - this includes bralettes

Must cover midriff

Must cover shoulders and back

No hooded shirts - this includes hoods that are tucked in or rolled under

No outside coats

No writing or images on clothing deemed inappropriate

 

Footwear: Must be worn at all times. All footwear must have enclosed toes and have a back.

 

Spirit Wear:  

Any ridley shirt, EXCLUDING HOODED SWEATSHIRTS, sold through The Locker, Booster clubs, or Clothes Quarters that adheres to the other appropriate clothing parameters may be worn In lieu of a collar.  This includes approved team uniform/practice shirt.

 

Clarifications: The following articles of clothing may not be worn during the school day:

 

·      Pocketbooks can be no larger than 12” X 12” and cannot be carried as backpacks.

·      Blue Denim material pants

·      Any coat or jacket intended to be an outer garment

·      Any article of clothing which allows any undergarments to be exposed

·      Hooded sweatshirts

·      Head coverings (hats, scarves, bandanas)

·      Spiked jewelry, bracelets, metal chains, etc. that could be harmful to others should not be worn.

·      Any writing or images on clothing or jewelry deemed inappropriate is not permitted

 

The principal/dean shall be the final judge as to neatness and cleanliness of wearing apparel and whether or not such apparel is disruptive, distracting and/or is in violation of health and safety rules.

 

In order to provide a more secure, safe environment and to ensure that students will be able to fully participate in the instructional activities planned for the classroom, students will not be permitted to wear overcoats to class during the school day. Any type of coat worn to school must be secured in the student’s assigned locker at the start of the day. Coats and jackets may not be worn to cover clothing that would be in violation of the high school dress code.

1st Offense

  1. Student referral to the Principal’s/Dean’s Office.
  2. Parents immediately notified of the problem.
  3. Conference held by Principal/Dean with Parent/Guardian.
  4. Student will be required to change into the uniform brought to school by the parent or provided by the principal.

 

2nd Offense

  1. Repeat procedure as listed in 1st Offense.
  2. Student loses recess privilege for three days at the elementary level. Middle and high school students receive one school detention.

 

3rd Offense

  1. Repeat procedure as listed in 1st Offense.
  2. Student loses recess privilege for five days at the elementary level. Middle and high school students receive three school detentions.

4th Offense

  1. Repeat procedure as listed in 1st Offense.
  2. Student suspended from school for one day.
  3. Citizenship changes to Unsatisfactory.

 

5th Offense

  1. Repeat procedure as listed in 1st Offense.
  2. Student suspended from school for three days.
  3. Citizenship changes to Unsatisfactory.

 

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