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Brookwood High School
Transcript of Brookwood High School
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The Board and administration recognize the
effects which student dress and grooming
have upon student behavior
Students should not wear sleepwear of ANY kind.
Dark glasses may only be worn with a doctor's prescription.
Clothing with inappropriate logos or messages may not be worn at school.
Destination shirts may be worn as long as drugs are not printed on the
item and it does not explicitly state
that a drink on the clothing item is
Clothing or personal items associated with gang affiliation or gang activity
Dresses, skirts and shorts
must be worn at the knees, even
Tight fitting garments should not
be worn (leggings, yoga pants, etc).
At any time administration has the right to monitor any item that may affect the safety of
Pants that reveal undergarments
may not be worn.
Torn or ripped clothing is acceptable as long as the hole does not show any skin above the knee.
Belts and pants must be fastened at the waist; overalls must be properly fastened.
Safe footwear must be
worn at all times. Slick
or shoes that roll may not
be worn at anytime on
THESE... are slippery
So they are not acceptable
Clothing that reveals the stomach
and/or chest may not be
worn at anytime
Pants or clothing that are see-thru
or excessively too small
may not be worn.
All clothing must be
• Halter tops, strapless shirts, spaghetti straps, razorback shirts, crop shirts or tank tops should not be worn
No spaghetti straps
Skirt is too short
This includes house shoes
The Board and administration further recognize the importance of
personal rights and privileges of each individual student in the
school system; however, individual rights stop where the rights
of the group (the school) begins; no student has the right
to dress or appear in such a manner that disrupts
the teaching-learning process.
The board strongly believes it is the responsibility of students and parents/guardians to use reason, good judgment, and common decency in the choice of dress and physical grooming in the school setting.
Not to be Worn in the building
Consequences for Violating Dress Code
1st Offense: In-School-Intervention (ISI)
2nd Offense: ISI
3rd Offense: ISI
Each additional offense: 1 day out-of-school suspension