Majestic Elementary Dress Code
Dress Code: Clothing should be clean, modes, in good taste, and promote safety, personal hygiene, and a proper academic environment. Students are expected to maintain an appearance that is not distracting, detrimental or disruptive to the educational process. This dress code will be enforced while students are at school and at all school activities.
Unacceptable items of clothing include, but are not limited to:
- Clothing not ordinarily worn in the workplace may not be worn at school (i.e., robes, pajamas, house slippers, mutilated clothing, etc.).
- Shoes (including sandals and flips) must be worn at all times. More restrictive shoe requirements may be required for safety reasons in some classrooms.
- Shorts and skirts shorter than mid-thigh
- Low cut tops, tops showing midriffs, tub, halter, or tank tops and spaghetti strap shirts (less than 3” across the shoulder)
- Fishnet, sheer or skin tight clothing; those with inappropriate openings
- Clothing that does not cover underwear or underwear area—including apparel with large or wide-cut armholes. Underwear may not be worn on top of outer clothing or where it is exposed.
- Those items advertising/displaying a controlled and/or illegal substance such as alcohol, tobacco, drugs, etc.; items displaying inappropriate or suggestive language, pictures and/or designs; items that may be regarded as gang related, including badges, signs, lettering or symbols; jewelry and/or accessories which could pose a potential risk of injury to the wearer or others, or which may be considered to be disruptive to the educational process (i.e. spiked jewelry, chains, etc.)
- Hats, head gear and sunglasses may not be worn in the building.
- Hair color, hair style, or make-up that is conspicuous, extreme, or odd in color or appearance so that it draws undue attention or tends to disrupt or interfere with the learning atmosphere at school.
Prohibited Items: Toys, games, gum, candy, soda pop, weapons, look alike weapons, electronics, cigarette lighters, drugs, laser pointers, cell phones, and any other item that may be a danger or a distraction to the education of our children are prohibited. These items will be confiscated and may only be returned to the parent or guardian.
Property: Student’s desks, books, and other such property are owned by the school. The school exercises exclusive control over school property, students should not expect privacy regarding items placed in school property because school property is subject to search at any time by school officials. Students are responsible for whatever is contained in desks issued to them by the school. If damaged occurs to these issued items, students must pay for the cost to replace the item.
Playground: Students must play in designated areas. Students must respect others and be kind. Shoes must be worn at all times. Students may not engage or play with others who are two or more years older or younger than themselves. Students need to have a pass from the playground supervisor to enter the building during recess time. Students may not be overly aggressive or have physical aggression. Prohibited activities include but are not limited to; pushing, hitting kicking, rough play, play fighting, wrestling, throwing snowballs, lifting others up, spitting, and throwing rocks or sand. Students involved in physical fighting will be immediately brought into the Principal.
Wheeled Items Policy: The use of skateboards, rollerblades, and wheelie shoes are prohibited on the Majestic Elementary school grounds. Students are NOT allowed to bring these items to school. Bicycle and scooter riding is prohibited on campus at all times.
Vandalism and Destruction of School Property: Majestic Elementary and school equipment are public property. Willfully damaging or destroying this property is cause for possible suspension from school. The school requires that damages be paid for before a student is allowed to return to class. Local authorities will be involved when appropriate. If a student accidentally causes damage they should report it to their teacher immediately so that the damage is not misconstrued as vandalism.