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Student Dress

  • Students’ choices in matters of dress should be made in consultation with their parents. Student dress will only be regulated when, in the judgment of school administrators, there is a reasonable expectation that:

    A. A health or safety hazard will be presented by the student’s dress or appearance;
    B. Damage to school property will result from the student’s dress; or
    C. A disruption of the educational process will result from the student’s dress or appearance. For the purpose of this policy, a disruption of the educational process may be found to exist when a student’s conduct is inconsistent with any part of the educational mission of the school district. Prohibited conduct includes the use of lewd, sexual, drug, tobacco or alcohol-related messages. The uniforms of nationally recognized youth organizations, and clothing worn in observance of a student’s religion, are not subject to this policy.

    BISD School Board Policy 3224 and Procedure P3224 outline the district’s policy on student dress.