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Dress Code

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REGULATION

STUDENT DRESS

 

Grades Kindergarten (K)
through
Sixth (6th)

It is the philosophy of the Lake Havasu Unified School District No. 1 Governing Board that student appearance, dress and conduct reflect the individual school and the School District.

Standardized shirts and outwear with the school/District logo are required (see below).

  • Short-sleeved T-shirts

  • Long-sleeved T-shirts

  • Short-sleeved Polo shirts

  • Approved school spirit shirts

  • Bottoms must be fingertip length, or longer, and cover all undergarments. From waist to fingertip, clothing must be opaque with no holes, rips, tears, or frays.

  • Bare feet are never acceptable. In the interests of student safety, shoes must be worn at all times. Closed shoes are to be worn for any type of physical activity, such as physical education, etc.

In order to promote safety and professionalism, the following are not permitted unless worn for a spirit day or special event:

  • High heels, platforms, wedges, flip flops, shoes without backs, or wheel shoes,

  • Wallet or pocket chains or other kinds of chains,

  • Bandanas,

  • Excessive make-up,

  • Distracting accessories, jewelry or facial piercings,

  • Pajamas, sleepwear, or slippers,

  • Tattoos, stamps, or any writing or drawings on skin,

  • Artificial nails,

  • Tinted or cosmetic contact lenses,

  • Hats inside the building (If a cap is worn outside, brims must be facing forward.),

  • Distracting hair styles,

  • Excessive use of perfumes, colognes or body sprays.

Exceptions for special activities or health considerations may be preapproved by the administrator. 

Students who volunteer for extracurricular activities, such as athletics, band, chorus, etc., are subject to the standards of dress as defined by the sponsors of such activities.

 

Grades Seventh (7th)
through Twelfth (12th)

It is the philosophy to the Lake Havasu Unified School District No. 1 Governing Board that student appearance, dress and conduct reflect the individual school and the School District. Dress should be clean, neat and appropriate in material and style for a businesslike educational atmosphere. Attire that is distracting, disruptive, or derogatory interferes with the orderly operation of the school.

Standardized shirts and outwear with the school/District logo are required (see below).

  • Short-sleeved T-shirts

  • Short-sleeved Polo shirts

  • Approved club shirts

  • Approved athlete club shirts

Outerwear:

  • Long-sleeved T-shirts

  • Hooded sweatshirts

  • Approved District Jackets

  • Approved Athletic Club Jackets

  • Approved Club Jackets

  • Students may layer inner shirts under the required standardized shirt to keep warm. If a student removes his/her outerwear during the day, the standardized shirt is to be the attire.
  • The standardized shirt must be long enough to cover the midriff, navel, stomach and underwear when worn with low-rider pants or skirts.

  • Bottoms must be fingertip length, or longer, and cover all undergarments. From waist to fingertip, clothing must be opaque with no holes, rips, tears, or frays.

  • Bare feet are never acceptable. In the interests of student safety, shoes must be worn at all times. Closed shoes are to be worn for any type of physical activity, such as physical education, etc.

  • On fun days, such as Spirit Week, clothing that exposes the midriff or cleavage, as well as spaghetti straps, strapless tops, backless tops, tube tops, beachwear, muscle shirts, shirts with deep cut-outs under the arms, see-through clothing, pajama bottoms or pajama look-alikes, and any clothing that reveals undergarments (even while wearing overalls) is not allowed.

  • Caps, hats or head coverings, including but not limited to bandanas and hair nets, are not permitted on campus between 6:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

  • Clothes, jewelry, or accessories, such as belt buckles made to look like fake knives, bullets, etc. or bearing phrases or slogans which are sexually suggestive, show nudity, promote use of drugs/alcohol/tobacco/ pornographic material/offensive or vulgar language (or are suggestive), or contain racial or ethnic slurs or other inappropriate references are not allowed.

  • Inappropriate tattoos may not be exposed.

  • Chains, including wallet chains, studded dog collars or clothing adorned with safety pins are not permitted.

  • No metal-toed shoes and boots.

  • No altering of standardized wear, including coloring, writing on or cutting shirts or jackets in any way;nothing may be added, attached or affixed to standardized wear.

  • Pants or shorts may not be worn so low that underwear can be seen.

Any attire or adornment, including hair styles, cosmetics, and body piercing, which distracts from or disrupts the learning environment, is a dress code violation.

 

 


Lake Havasu Unified School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, marital status, or disability in admission to its programs,
services, or activities, in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of their operations. More in English | Spanish.

We may provide links to outside websites that contain information about our students (including full name and pictures),
but such links will be limited to those related to a legitimate academic or extracurricular activity.

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