Dress Code Procedure / CFISD Dress Code Guidelines

Dress Code Procedure / CFISD Dress Code Guidelines ~ [Español]

Our district values and needs the support of parents in upholding the district and campus dress and grooming guidelines. The student's personal dress and grooming standards:*shall not lead school officials to reasonably believe that such dress or grooming will disrupt, interfere with, disturb, or detract from school activities; and *shall not create a health problem or safety hazard for the student or others.

Students are not to wear clothing that is tight (ex: yoga pants), loose, sagging, baggy, revealing, spaghetti-strap, backless, low cut or short.

  • Pants – must be worn at the waist or upper hip and must not reveal underclothing. No holes/rips that show skin will be allowed higher than fingertip length. Tights are not allowed to be worn as pants unless they are under another garment that is of appropriate length. Must have pockets to be considered appropriate.
  • Shorts and Skirts - must be fitted at the waist or upper hip, must not reveal underclothing, and must below finger-tips in length or longer.
  • Tops, Shirts and Blouses – must not reveal underclothing, midsection, torso, back, chest, breasts or cleavage.
  • Dresses – must not reveal underclothing, midsection, torso, back, chest, breasts, or cleavage and must be below finger-tips in length or longer.
  • Shoes – must not detract from or interfere with the learning environment or present a safety or health hazard. Tennis shoes or closed-toe shoes are preferred. House shoes/house slippers of any kind are not allowed.
  • Head Coverings – no type of head covering is allowed on campus with the exception of (1) a cap or hat that is part of a uniform worn at a school activity or (2) for religious or medical purposes.
  • Underclothing – must wear appropriate underclothing.
  • Pajamas/loungewear – any and all pajamas/loungewear are prohibited.
  • Jewelry/Piercings – limited to the ears only. Noisy, distracting and excessive jewelry or accessories are prohibited. Jewelry/Piercings must not detract from or interfere with the learning environment or present a safety or health hazard.
  • Tattoos - permanent or temporary, must be covered at all times.
  • Hair/Make-up – Hair must be well groomed, neat and clean at all times. Hairstyle/color and makeup must not detract from or interfere with the learning and school environment.

Students participating in school-related activities, such as extracurricular or UIL activities or other special functions, may have a different dress or grooming code required by the sponsor, coach, or administration.

Dress and Grooming Violations

Students who come to school in violation of the district and/or campus dress code will have the option of correcting the violation or being placed in Discipline Management Class (DMC/in-school suspension) for the remainder of the day. School officials may use other appropriate consequences as designated in the Code of Conduct. Parents may be asked to bring appropriate attire to school to assist in correcting the violation. Students who have a question about the appropriateness of an item should discuss the specific issue with the appropriate staff member before wearing the item.

Bleyl Tardy Procedures: 2018-2019

The tardy procedure is as follows:
0–6 tardies = Warning
7–9 tardies = Morning D-Hall
10–14 tardies = Morning D-Hall/Saturday D-Hall
15–19 tardies = DMC
20+ tardies = Suspension

 

Tardy Sweeps – Tardy sweeps will be conducted randomly throughout the school year. If a student is caught in the tardy sweep, the student will receive a Before-School Morning D-Hall in the Commons at 6:30 a.m.

Tardies keep adding up until the end of a grading period. The student is responsible for keeping up with how many tardies they have.


Food and Drink Policy:

Food is to be eaten in the cafeteria ONLY. Drinks must be in a clear container and be a clear/colorless liquid water ONLY.

Noncompliance will result in immediate confiscation/discarding of item(s).

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