San Jacinto Dress Code
● Tank tops, undershirts or muscle shirts are not allowed
● Revealing clothing and/or see-through material not allowed
● Low cut neckline, strapless, bare midriff, and/or revealing clothing not allowed
● Promotions or advertising of violence, illegal drugs, alcohol, gangs, hate speech, profanity or pornography
● Shorts or skirts should be fingertip length
● Hips and buttocks must be covered including when tights or leggings are worn
● Pants, jeans, shorts, and/or skirts must be worn above the hip bones (no sagging)
● No rip, tears, or holes in pants, shorts, skirts, or jeans above fingertip length
● Clothing must be appropriately sized and remain at the waistline
● Hats, hoods, beanies, bandanas, head-coverings, etc. cannot be worn in the school building
● Pajamas and sleepwear are not allowed
- Blankets cannot be worn as outer clothing
- Students are prohibited from wearing full or partial costumes, including animal character outfits, regardless of whether they obscure the student's identity. Exceptions for spirit days, costume-related events, or cultural observances can be made with prior approval from the school administration.
DRESS CODE VIOLATIONS:
- First and second violations: the student will be given an opportunity to correct the problem at school and return to the classroom. If the problem cannot be corrected at school, the principal will work with the student and parent to obtain an acceptable change of clothing for the student in a way that minimizes the loss of instructional time.
- At SJ, this means a Mustang Motivator card punch and this means the student will sit in detention until the parent/guardian is able to bring a school appropriate item to replace the dress code violation.
- APs will monitor these violations.
- Third violation: the parent will be contacted by the APs. Then, the student will serve a full day of detention.
For any further violations, the student will be assigned a full day of detention and then the student will also be assigned Saturday School.