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2016-2017 HHS Dress Code and Guidelines

2016-17 HAUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL

DRESS CODE AND GUIDELINES

 

     A committee that consists of school administrators, parents, teachers, and students defines the uniform policies.  Students should come to school neat in appearance.  Uniforms need to be kept in good condition and fit appropriately.  All uniforms must be worn in the manner meant by the manufacturer.  This means that there will be no mutilation of any kind.  Mutilations include, but are not limited to, tearing, ripping or cutting of hems, cuffs, sleeves or body of any of the coordinates.  If a uniform piece should tear or become un-sewn, it must be repaired or replaced before being worn again.  Student dress will not be considered proper if it detracts from or disrupts the classroom and/or school decorum.   The principal shall make the final decision of what is considered proper or improper appearance in accordance with the guidelines established in the student handbook. Students who are not in dress code will not be allowed to enter class. 

     It is the responsibility of the parents and/or students to purchase only uniforms that meet all the requirements of Haughton High School dress code.

 

Daily Dress Details

 

TOPS:  Tops approved for daily wear include red, white, and navy polo short/long sleeve shirts, white short/long sleeve oxford shirts with a buttoned-down collar, and red, white, navy, and gray uniform t-shirts (H Bucs) sold at the school.  Polo shirts must have a collar, should not have more than 3 buttons, should not have a personalized monogram, and may have a small manufacturer label on them.  Shirts must be long enough to stay tucked in when the arms are raised over the head.  Undershirts may be white, red, navy, black, or gray short/long sleeve t-shirts or turtle necks with no writing on them.  Approved spirit shirts may be worn on Fridays and designated spirit days.  All spirit shirts must be approved and have originated from Haughton High School as well as were purchased or issued from Haughton High School.  (All other vendors’ spirit shirts are not approved to wear since the shirts did not originate at Haughton High School.  Also, P.E. uniform shirts are not approved spirit shirts.)  

BOTTOMS:  All students must wear only bottoms that are navy or khaki in color.  They should be a style worn at the waist and must have belt loops.  All uniform bottoms must be worn with a solid black, brown, navy, khaki, red, or white belt.  (Belts must be visible and belt buckles must be plain with no designs.) Girls may also wear skirts, shorts, capris, and pants. Boys may wear shorts or pants.  Pants must not drag the floor in a manner that destroys the pants by stepping or tripping on them or sag/fit below the hip bone.  The length of skirts and shorts must be no shorter than 4” above the kneecap. Absolutely no carpenter’s, painter’s, cargo, drawstring, corduroy, denim (or denim like), knit, “skinny” (tight fitting), or spandex bottoms are allowed. No visible tights may be worn under uniform bottoms. 

SHOES:  Style and color of shoes may be chosen by the student as long as they follow these guidelines:  NO rubber, foam, beach, pool, or house shoes are allowed.  (This includes rubber, plastic, foam, beach, or pool flip flops athletic sandals, or crocs whether they are flat, elevated or with a heel.    This also includes leather or canvas sandals that look like beach or pool flip flops.  Warning:  If your shoes look like flip flops, don’t wear them.)  Boots may be worn with pants only.  Pants may not be tucked into boots.  Shoes must be worn on campus at all times.  Socks are not required; however, students may wear socks that coordinate with the uniform. Sock length can vary as long as they are at or below mid-calf.

SWEATSHIRTS:  Students may wear the official red or navy “H”/new red, navy, or gray “H Bucs” sweatshirts sold by Haughton High School.  Students may also wear plain solid-colored red, navy, or gray sweatshirts with no writing or monograms on them. Sweatshirts must be worn over approved shirts.

JACKETS/SWEATERS:  Approved uniform jackets include solid-colored navy, red, white, black, or gray jackets, red v-necked pullover with “HAUGHTON” blocked letters, approved spirit and letter jackets.  Approved jackets that zip, button, or snap up may have a hood, which can never be worn inside a building.  Hoods may only be worn outside during cold weather and raining conditions.  Jackets that pull over the head may not have a hood.  (Hoodies are defined as a pullover jacket with a hood.)  Absolutely no denim or camouflage jackets are approved.  Labels on jackets or coats cannot be larger than 2” X 2”.   Students may also wear solid-colored navy, red, white, black, or gray sweaters that zip, button, or snap up and have no hood.  No sweaters that pull over the head are approved.  Jackets and sweaters may not exceed mid-thigh length.  Jackets/sweaters may be monogramed with the student’s name or initials not to exceed 4”. Uniform shirts must be worn under all outerwear.  Raincoats should be clear or navy. 

FRIDAY WEAR/DESIGNATED SPIRIT DAYS:  On Fridays (and approved designated spirit days), students may wear other approved club/spirit shirts regardless of color. (All spirit shirts must be submitted by the school sponsor(s) and approved prior to being worn. All spirit shirts must originate from Haughton High School and be purchased or issued from Haughton High School.) On designated spirit days, the “spirit uniform” (cheerleader uniform, football jersey, approved spirit shirts, etc.) may be worn.   

2016-17 HAUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL DRESS CODE AND UNIFORM GUIDELINES

ADDITIONAL DRESS CODE POLICIES:

The following list is provided to assist in clarifying the dress code policy:

  1. Gang, sex, drug, and racist-related dress will not be allowed.
  2. Items of apparel, jewelry, and cosmetics that detract from the instructional program or present a safety hazard are not allowed.
  3. On days when the temperature is 50 degrees or below, students may wear (when outside) a plain (no letters or symbols), solid-colored red, white, or navy blue beanie or the “H” beanie sold at various vendors. 
  4. Blankets are not approved or allowed for regular school activities except “at-night” outdoor events and then only when dictated by weather conditions.
  5. No caps, hats, sweatbands, visors, bandanas, “do-rags,” or other head coverings.  (Do not bring these items on campus during school time.  All caps/hats seen at school, whether being worn or not, will be confiscated and must be picked up by a parent.)
  6. Students may not wear hair picks, combs, brushes, or rollers in their hair.
  7. No dental grills.
  8. No gauges are allowed for any student; boys may wear small hoop or stud earrings—no earrings that dangle.
  9. No wallet or pocket chains.
  10. No inappropriate body piercing will be allowed at any time. This includes, but is not limited to, nose, tongue, eyebrow, and/or lip rings or studs. Students are not to wear straws or clear spacers to preserve the pierced hole nor will band-aids be allowed to cover the piercing.
  11. No detracting hairstyles or colors will be allowed, including mohawks, designs carved into hair, hair colors other than natural tones, etc.  Hair must not cover eyes or face in any way.
  12. Boys may have facial hair as long as it is neatly groomed.
  13. The administration will make the final decision on any other dress code or appearance issues.

 

DRESS CODE VIOLATIONS: Offenses may warrant sending the student home to change, after-school detention, GASP, and/or suspension from school. We are confident that uniforms have a very positive impact on our school.

 

 

 

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