ACCEPTABLE DRESS: Items of dress that are disruptive to the educational process will not be allowed.
Students are expected to dress in a way that respects the educational process. The following details
Lincoln’s dress code policy:
Clothes that promote a positive, safe, and productive learning environment
Clothes that cover the complete torso (shoulders to waist)
Tops that fall comfortably to the belt line or buckle of pants
Clothes that allow students to move comfortably and stretch in all directions without exposing
undergarments or skin
Clothes that allow students to focus on learning and promote a positive self-image.
Backs or midriffs showing (including open mesh or see-through clothing)
Under-garments or butts showing (male or female)
Pajamas, slippers, or bedroom attire
Advertising of/or promoting tobacco, alcohol, drugs, sex, cleavage, or violence
Clothes that threaten or demean others
Gang or gang-like dress will not be permitted on school grounds or school activities/events.
Hats, head gear, or sunglasses
Sagging pants (pants must be worn at hips or waist).
Coats in the classroom
Backpacks of any kind in the halls or classrooms during the school day
Tears in clothing that expose too much skin
DRESS CODE VIOLATIONS
1st & 2nd Offense
1. Student warning and T-shirt, pants, or belt given to wear for the day
2. Parent notification. If necessary a change of clothing will be brought before student re-enters class.
Inappropriate attire will be held in the office and returned to the student at the end of the day.
3rd & Subsequent
1. Student remains in ISS until parents arrive at school with change of clothes
2. Parent/student conference with administrator.