Students shall wear appropriate clothing, footwear, and groom themselves for school in a manner, which does not reflect negatively on or detract from any phase of the educational program. Examples of dress code violations are, but not limited to, the following:
- sheer clothing
- bare midriffs
- extremely low cut tops
- underwear worn as outerwear
- pants/shorts must be pulled up to the waist and secured with a belt if needed
- tube tops
- spaghetti strap tops
- pajamas or house shoes
- jewelry or accessories which pose a clear and immediate threat to the safety of others on campus or that are considered to be too explicit or inappropriate for a school setting.
- Non-Ganesha purchased hat, Baseball cap, or other headgear allowed on school grounds
- Backpacks must not have graffiti
- Any clothing that shows a student’s undergarments or is considered to be in appropriate or too revealing by administrator.
- No clothing with explicit language, nudity, sexual messages, and/or any other sort of inappropriate material on it
- No clothing promoting alcohol, cigarettes, narcoritics or the use of these items.
- Extremely short skirts or shorts
- No gang attire, no excessively baggy clothes or long shirts.
- No saggy clothes or clothes that do not fit properly
- No torn or ripped clothing
Any student who wears gang attire/ symbols and thus jeopardizes the welfare/safety of other students will be in violation of the dress code. The parent is responsible to bring clothes to school if a violation occurs.
All students have the responsibility to themselves and other members of the student body to attend school appropriately dressed. The responsibility for enforcing this dress code rests with the classroom teacher, counselors, and administrators. Dress regulations are centered on cleanliness, neatness, modesty, good taste and safety. The site administration has the final discretion on what is or is not appropriate.
Please see an administrator for the complete dress code policy (PUSD Regulation AR 5132).
* This dress code applies to any school-sponsored events or activities on or off campus.