Charlotte Wood Middle School is a highly ranked public school located in Danville, CA with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. It has 994 students in grades 6-8. 71 percent of students are at least qualified in mathematics and 75 percent in reading, according to the state test scores.
Students and parents must be conscious of the value of appropriate clothing and its effect on the learning environment. Attire that may conflict with the school's daily service shall NOT be carried.
All the students have to meet the following dress code requirements. Any students who do not meet the rules of the dress code will have to change into "administrative" clothing and they will have disciplinary repercussions.
Hats or visors can be worn only for sun safety during extended sun exposure activities. Hats/visors can also be worn in PE during outdoor activities and at lunch on the blacktop. Hats/visors should not be worn within school buildings or inside the campus ' green gates during passing times. Hats/visors should be kept inside the backpacks when not in use.
On-campus at any time or during school events/activities, bandanas, beanies, sweatshirt hoods and other head coverings shall not be worn unless designated "dress up" day.
Don't wear sunglasses in the classroom.
Metal chains and spicy jewelry should not be worn or taken to school.
"Sagging" is not allowed, trousers should be belted with belt loops, and undergarments may not be visible.
Halter tops, shirts off the shoulder, spaghetti straps, midriff shirts, midriff blouses, see-through tops and the provocative tops are not suitable for school wear. Undergarments are maybe not noticeable. Students arriving at school in improper dress will be told to change, and parents will be called in to provide suitable clothes.
Shorts, tops, suits, shirts and sweaters worn as pants should be no shorter than mid-thigh.
Costumes are to only be worn for authorized school activities.
Clothing should be in good repair condition, i.e. garments with wear or tear holes are not permitted in inappropriate areas.
All garments, patches, or buttons that have slogans advertising alcoholic drinks, illicit drugs, or carrying provocative, insulting, or demeaning phrases should not be worn.
Parents have to make sure the clothing of the students allows them to engage safely in all school activities.
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