Rayburn Dress Code

  • Rayburn Elementary STEAM Academy Dress Code

    At Rayburn Elementary STEAM Academy, standardized dress (uniform) is required. This decision was previously approved by the GPISD School Board. The following is a list of the acceptable standardized dress:

    • Long or short sleeved red, white, navy, or light blue polo shirts.

    • Pants, long shorts, skirt, skort, or jumpers in khaki, black, or navy blue. (Pants and shorts may not be made of denim) • Jeans may only be worn on Fridays with a Rayburn school shirt.

    • The Principal can select, at their discretion, days of special occasion dress. (free dress days/dress-up days)

    • Hoodies or jackets with hoods may not be worn on district or state testing days.

    Requerimientos Para Vestuario Estandarizado en Rayburn

    En Rayburn Elementary School, se requiere vestuario estandarizado (uniforme). Esta decisión fue previamente aprobada por la mesa directiva del Distrito. Lo siguiente es la lista de requerimientos para vestuario estandarizado:

    • Camisetas tipo Polo – manga larga o corta – Rojo, Blanco, Azul Marino o Celeste

    • Vestido con cuello tipo Polo – Rojo, Blanco, Azul Marino o Celeste

    • Pantalón largo o corto, falda, falda-short, “jumpers” – Khaki, Negro, o Azul Marino (Se acepta pantalón largo o corto del tipo cargo mientras no sea de mezclilla.)

    • Se permite el uso de pantalón de mezclilla únicamente los viernes y en conjunto con playera con logotipo de Rayburn. • No se permite el uso de pantalón de mezclilla color negro como parte del vestuario estandarizado. • La directora puede seleccionar, a su discreción, días de ocasión especial para el uso de vestuario no estandarizado (ropa libre).

Dress Code

  • Student Dress Code

    Students shall come to school clean and neat, wearing clothing and exhibiting grooming that will not be a health and/or safety hazard to the student or others. Campus administrators have the final authority to determine if student dress is inappropriate, unsafe, or may be a disruption to the learning environment. If the principal determines that a student’s grooming or clothing violates the school’s dress code, the student will be given an opportunity to correct the problem at school. If not corrected, the student may be assigned consequences until the problem is corrected, or until a parent or designee brings an acceptable change of clothing to the school.

    Jewelry and clothing may not create a distraction to the learning environment, prohibit participation in learning, or create a safety concern.

    Caps, hats, hoods on hoodies, sweatbands, bandanas, hair rollers, and other items for grooming or head covering may not be worn in the school building. Exceptions may be made by campus administration for designated spirit days.

    Clothing that portrays or represents items or behavior prohibited in school may not be worn by students. This includes, but is not limited to drugs, alcohol, profanity or obscenity, tobacco, suggestive wording, violence or gangs.

    Shorts, skirts and dresses must be fingertip length. Leggings/yoga pants/spandex shorts may be worn with a shirt, dress or skirt that is fingertip length or worn underneath a dress, skirt, or shorts. All clothing should be appropriately fitted.

    Clothing deemed inappropriate, offensive, or unsafe by campus administration for school in general may not be worn by students. This includes but is not limited to trench coats, see-through clothing, and shirts that bare the midriff, back, or torso or shirts that expose undergarments or completely bare the shoulder.

    Undergarments must not be visible.

    Students are required to wear shoes appropriate for the school setting. Flip flops may not be worn by elementary students for safety reasons.

    Clothing that is clearly sleepwear or pajamas, house shoes, slippers, etc. may not be worn by students. Exceptions may be made by campus administration for designated spirit days.

    If tattoos are visible, content may not portray or represent items or behavior prohibited in schools or create a distraction to the learning environment.

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