2015-2016 Dress Code
Gulf Elementary Dress Code
1. Rubber soled, closed toe and heel sneakers are to be worn at all times.
2. Skirts and shorts must be at finger-tip length or longer. Leggings, tights or bike shorts worn may not be worn as pants unless a pair of shorts or shirt is worn that is finger-tip length or longer.
3. Pants will be worn fastened at the waist. When belts, suspenders or overall straps are worn, they will be secure at all times. Pant length will be no longer than the top of the shoe.
4. Transparent, see-through tops, bare midriff, strapless, low-cut, clothing, spaghetti strap tops and outfits that provide minimum coverage or are of a suggestive nature are not allowed. Halters, backless dresses or tops, tube tops, tank tops, muscle shirts, spandex, or any clothing that may be distracting, must be covered with a sweater, shirt or jacket.
5. Any articles of clothing or jewelry that may cause injury, such as belts, chains, bracelets, rings, dangling earrings, or chokers, (with or without spikes), are not allowed. Wallet chains, of any length, are prohibited and items hanging from belt loops are prohibited.
6. Apparel, emblems, insignias, badges, or symbols that promote the use of alcohol, drugs, tobacco or any other illegal activities are prohibited.
7. Apparel or symbols that may be gang or cult related are prohibited.
8. Adornment that is attached (pierced or tattoos) to exposed body parts other than the ears is not acceptable; if such adornment presents health and/or safety problems or is a detriment from the instructional process in any way.
9. The wearing of hats, caps, headgear or sunglasses on campus except in conjunction with designated school-approved uniforms or at authorized athletic practices or activities is prohibited.
10. Clothing with slogans or advertising, which, by its controversial or obscene nature, disrupts the educational setting, is prohibited.
11. Any apparel items, which are determined to be a distraction to the educational process, will not be allowed.
12. Hair should not be distracting to the learning environment. Hair coloring or style that may cause a substantial disruption to the learning environment is prohibited.
THE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO APPRAISE ANY CURRENT FASHION OR FAD AND DETERMINE WHETHER IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR SCHOOL.