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Dress Code

Red Bank High School
Dress Code 2017-2018
School dress and grooming shall be modest, moderate, and decent.  Apparel or appearance that tends to draw attention to an individual rather than to a learning situation must be avoided.  In matters of opinion, the judgment of administrators will prevail.  Please keep in mind that every unique dress situation cannot be addressed.

All book bags must be in lockers during school hours.

Headphones/Earbuds (see Electronics Policy)

No hats or head coverings, except for religious purposes, should be worn. These items must be kept in cars or placed in lockers by 7:20 am. NO hats are to be out during school hours.

Apparel may not be worn advertising another school unless that particular school is at the college level.
Administration reserves the right to address any clothing or accessory deemed inappropriate. The dress code may be modified for individual students due to ongoing dress code violations.

Acceptable Shirts                                                                    
Any color or pattern
Writing and pictures must be appropriate
Size appropriate

Unacceptable Shirts
Any shirt with writing, pictures or advertisements that depict drug, alcohol, tobacco, sex, or gangs
Sleeveless shirts, tank tops, spaghetti straps, and muscle shirts
Revealing (no cleavage or bare midriff, off the shoulder, etc.)
No part of shirts may be sheer or see through
Under-sized shirts or crop tops (Shirts must be able to be tucked in.)

Acceptable Pants or Shorts
Khaki-style pants, jeans/denim, or sweats/joggers
Knee-length shorts and capris
Leggings and Yoga Pants are allowed if the shirt/top reaches the mid-thigh
Size appropriate

Unacceptable Pants
Any pants with small holes, rips, or tears that expose skin
Any pants with excessive holes, rips, tears
Pajama pants
Jeggings, Spandex; stretch pants; leggings (unless the shirt/top reaches to the mid-thigh)
Skirts or dresses
Sagging/oversized pants

Outerwear Inside the Building
Acceptable Outerwear
Size appropriate

Unacceptable Outerwear
Heavy coats or jackets between 7:20-2:20 in hallways or classrooms
If outerwear is removed what is underneath must meet dress code.

Acceptable Footwear
Tennis shoes
Sandals and flip-flops
Boots (no steel toe)
Dress shoes
Shoes must have outdoor sole

Unacceptable Footwear
House shoes