• The 10 Most Important Things
    Be kind and treat everyone with respect.
  • Be positive.
  • Be here and be on time.
  • Build relationships that matter.
  • Be the example.
  • Be proactive.
  • Communicate.
  • Take pride in your school.
  • Make every day, every hour, every minute count.
  • Support each other because everyone gets overwhelmed.

Appropriate Dress Expectations

Simple guidelines for school-appropriate apparel for all students at all times:

  • School appropriate tops include the following:
    • Necklines should cover the upper chest region appropriately.
    • Sleeves must be a playing card’s width and no top should have an arm opening larger than the approximate size of the arm.
    • No see-through, mesh, bare midriff, muscle shirts, tank tops, spaghetti straps or halter-tops.
  • School appropriate bottoms include the following:
    • Hemline that is no shorter than the length of two playing cards from the knee.
    • Form fitting bottoms (bike shorts, leggings, yoga pants, etc.) should be accompanied by a garment that covers the buttocks.
    • Any holes or shredding must adhere to the above hemline guidelines.
  • School appropriate tops and bottoms must be worn at all times by all students, including in gym class and after school practices.
  • Clothing and accessories must be free of offensive or suggestive words or graphics and contain no references to drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or other illegal substances or activities.
  • Shoes must be worn at all times. No slippers or cleats may be worn.
  • No undergarments should be visible.


Students whose clothing fails to meet the Appropriate Dress Expectations will have the opportunity to remedy the violation. If unable, students will report to the office where a phone call home will be made. Afterwards, the students will report to Processing until a parent/legal guardian brings a change of clothes and the violation will be documented.

Cell Phone Expectations

Simple guidelines for use of cell phones at school:

  • All classrooms are cell phone-free zones for the entire class time.
    • Students should place cell phones in a designated area in the classroom or must keep cell phones put away in their backpack.
    • Cell phones must be turned off or on silent mode for the duration of class.
  • Students may only use their phones during class change and at lunch.
    • This includes the use of smart watches or other Bluetooth devices. Smart watches may be worn, but may not be used as a communication device during class time.


  • First offense: Discipline referral to administration that may result in ISS.

Further offenses will result in greater consequences.