Paid Dress Down Day (Grades K-12) to benefit Pro Life March to DC
Dress Down Day PolicyStudents are asked to make a minimal $1 donation to dress down.● Students may wear shirts with print/pictures as long as there is no profanity, sexually suggestive theme, rude or disrespectful theme, or the promotion of the use of alcohol, drugs, or tobacco. ● Shirts may be untucked.● A belt need not be worn unless the pants are too loose-fitting to be held up otherwise.● Regulations for shoes remain the same as on regular dress code days. That means no flip flops or sandals, please.● Tops must have a conservative neckline and midriffs must be comfortably covered. ● Shorts may only be worn in shorts season. All shorts should be of the same length as required on regular dress code days. ● All pants & jeans are to be neat and clean with no rips, holes, or frays.● No yoga pants or tight athletic wear are permitted (This policy includes spirit and dress down days)● Students who choose not to participate in the Dress Down Day activity are expected to be in dress code with handbook consequences in effect.