Dress Code


The Davidson County Board of Education respects a student's right to choose his or her style of dress or appearance.  However, students are expected to adhere to standards of cleanliness and dress that are compatible with the requirements and expectations of a school learning environment.

Students should not wear the following:

Clothing that is disruptive to the teaching/learning process and is revealing, indecent, vulgar, or obscene.
Clothing which promotes alcoholic beverages or the use of controlled substances by words or symbols, or is of a disruptive nature.
Clothing that contains profanity, nudity, depicts violence or is sexual in nature by words or symbols.
  Hats, sweatbands, bandanas, or sunglasses inside school buildings.
 Clothing that is sheer or mesh.  Undergarments that are visible.
Sagging pants which cause undergarments to be visible.
Tank tops or muscle shirts without a tee shirt.
 Biker shorts, short shorts or very short skirts.
 Halter tops and/or tops showing the midsection.
 Chains hanging from pockets.
Students should not have hair dye (oher than natural hair color) in their hair. Example: green, purple, orange, etc.
No distracting jewelry, attachments from jeans to bracelet/rings will be allowed.

If a student is wearing inappropriate or disruptive clothing, parents will be called to bring a change of clothing for the student.

Also, girls need to wear shorts or pants under any dresses or shirts if they plan on playing on the
playground equipment.

For safety reasons, students CAN NOT wear flip flops on the playground equipment.  They may bring tennis shoes to change into befroe recess.  Also, girls need to wear shorts or pants under any dresses or shirts if they plan on playing on the playground equipment.