DRESS CODE REMINDER

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BOYLE COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL DRESS CODE POLICY

The entire 2017 - 2018 BCMS Student Handbook can be found here.

7.0 DISCIPLINE

7.5 DRESS CODE

Students shall wear clothing appropriate for a public, co-educational school setting. Clothing considered offensive or insensitive to any segment of the Boyle County School system will not be permitted. Specific dress requirements include: No Blankets

  • All shirts or tops must have sleeves that extend at least one inch from the arm hemline of the shirt.
     
  • Shirts may not have any inappropriate messages. Inappropriate material includes, but is not limited to: alcohol/drug reference, sexually related material, material offensive to others.
     
  • Fishnet, cutout, see-through and low-cut shirts are not allowed. Cold shoulder style shirts must have at least a width of 3 fingers at the shoulder to be worn.
     
  • Shirts must cover the stomach area with the student’s arm extended straight out to their side.
     
  • Shorts, skirts, and dresses must be at or below the student’s mid thigh area. NOTE:? The mid-thigh area is measured with the student’s arms and hands held straight down the side. The point at which the lowest finger hangs is the mid-thigh area.
     
  • Any holes or shreds on any article of clothing above the mid-thigh area must have an attached patch covering the hole or shred. The patch must be sewn or ironed on.  The mid thigh area is measured with the student’s arms and hands held straight down the side.  The point at which the lowest finger hangs is the mid thigh area.
     
  • No pajamas are to be worn in school.
     
  • Leggings may only be worn in conjunction with any dress code appropriate shorts, skirts, dresses, or tunics.
     
  • Pants must be worn at the natural waistline with no underwear or underpants visible at any time.
     
  • Boots, shoes (athletic or dress), or sandals must be worn at all times. No house shoes are allowed.
     
  • Headwear is prohibited unless cleared by the administration.

Boyle County Middle School staff and administration reserves the right to deem any article of clothing that disrupts the educational process, inappropriate and in violation of the dress code.





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