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Transcript of Third Period
From the District Handbook: A necessary factor in school morale concerns student dress. As a student’s appearance many times governs his/her attitude and behavior, neat, clean, modest attire is important. Sloppy, tattered, or distractive dress detracts from the learning atmosphere and is considered inappropriate. The following rules have been established to create the most beneficial environment for the student. Note: Campuses may include additional criteria.
Dress Code, p. 7-9
Body piercing that is distracting is inappropriate for school and school-related activities. Piercing of the face will be limited to the ears only. Gauging of the ears is not allowed. Piercing of the eye area, brows, lids, forehead, scalp, cheeks, nose, lips, tongue, chin, or neck is prohibited.
In addition to the SBISD secondary student/parent handbook dress code NHS emphasizes the following:
1) Hats, caps, scarves, bandanas, hoods or other types of head covering are not permitted in school.
2) Clothing may not be worn which displays (written or pictured) obscene or distasteful slogans,
any sexual activity or orientation, advertises tobacco, drugs, alcoholic beverages, or prohibited substances. Clothing which displays illegal or immoral characters or lifestyles or controversial political figures may not be worn.
3) Articles which are inherently dangerous may not be worn or used as clothing accessories or jewelry. This includes such objects as safety pins used as ornaments and sharp spikes or studs.
4) Shoes must be worn; however, water/aqua socks, house shoes, or shoes creating a safety issue are not permitted.
5) See-through clothing is not permitted.
6) Shirts should cover the top of the lower articles of clothing. Garments that expose the midriff or expose the midriff when arms are raised to shoulder level, are not acceptable.
7) Shorts, skirts, dresses, and tunics must be fingertip length or longer.
8) Hair should be clean, neat, and well-groomed.
9) Groups of 3 or more students wearing similar clothing are not permitted. School organizations
are exempt from this rule.
10) Pants must be worn at the waist. If pants are not worn properly, students will have the option of having pants cable tied by the belt loops so that pants stay at the waist. Students refusing a cable tie will be subject to further disciplinary action to be determined by the grade level principal. Visible spandex articles and boxer shorts are not considered outer garments and should be appropriately covered. Pants must be worn at the waist even if covered by a shirt.
11) Sunglasses and non-corrective eyewear are not to be worn on campus.
12) Clothing must be worn as originally manufactured.
13) No grills (decorative teeth coverings) may be worn.
14) Pajama pants and/or tops are not permitted.
15) Undergarments may not be worn as outer layers
16) Over-sized t-shirts may not be worn. Shirts may not extend past the fingertips.
1) Beards and goatees are not permitted. Students will come to school clean shaven. Students choosing not to shave before arriving at school will be asked to shave. There will be a charge of $1 for each razor used. Students refusing to shave are subject to disciplinary action.
2) Sideburns can be no longer than the earlobe.
3) Sleeveless shirts are not allowed.
Students found to be in violation of the dress code will be subject to disciplinary action. Class time missed for dress code violations will be unexcused. The administration reserves the right to amend the dress code as styles change, and as it sees fit.
In all situations regarding dress code, the decision of the grade level principal is final.
The Northbrook definition of a tardy is: the student is not in the assigned classroom when the bell rings
(NOT AFTER THE BELL)
. In the event a student is tardy to a particular class, including first period, the student will be assigned to a detention.
Tardy Policy, p. 10
If you are tardy to any class, you will have lunch detention in the auditorium the next day. If you are tardy to multiple classes in one day, or if you chose not to attend lunch detention, you will receive further disciplinary action.
9:50 - 10:40
Clothing, badges, and/or tattoos, which display obscenities or sexual innuendo; depict violence or weapons; advertise or promote alcoholic beverages, narcotics, tobacco, or other prohibited substances; displays gang affiliation or worn in a manner that communicates gang affiliation; or items that could be viewed as offensive to others are not permitted.
1) Halter tops, tube tops, spaghetti straps, off the shoulder and tops which expose undergarments are not permitted.
2) Undergarments, top and bottom, must be worn at all times.
3) Shorts, jogging shorts, dresses, and skirts must be fingertip length.
4) No body-tight spandex or stretch denim pants are to be worn without a shirt or dress that is at least fingertip length. This includes yoga pants, leggings, and spandex-type pants with or without pockets, buttons, and/or zippers.