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Thursday, July 31, 2008

MHS Dress Code 2008-2009

1. Skirts, dresses and shorts must be knee length. Splits in dresses and skirts should not be higher than the knee. Skirts, dresses and shorts worn with leggings/tights, etc. must be knee length.
2. Shoulder coverage on shirts, blouses and dresses is to be a minimum of three inches per garment. All tops are to have a modest neckline and should not allow cleavage, the mid section or stomach area to show.
3. Strapless dresses and tops, halter tops, muscle shirts, one shoulder strap, exposed backs, spaghetti straps, racer back tops, basketball jerseys and tank tops are not allowed.
4. Pants or shorts must be worn at the waist with a belt. Pants or shorts with holes are not acceptable. Pants are to be appropriately sized to be worn at the waist.
5. Shirts or blouses must be tucked into the pants, shorts or skirt. An over shirt or jacket that zips, snaps or buttons may be worn over the tucked in shirt or top. Shirts may not have holes in them. Tops are to be sized to be tucked in.
6. Shoes must be worn at all times. Bedroom slippers, shower shoes, etc are not acceptable.
7. Sleepwear, loungewear, fleece sweatpants are not permitted at MHS.
8. Headwear is not to be worn on campus unless previously approved for medical or religious reason. This includes hats, caps, headbands, bandannas, stocking caps and hoods. Sunglasses should not be worn in the building.
9. Clothing with inappropriate advertisements, monograms, emblems, insignias or statements that are offensive, vulgar, or inflammatory is prohibited. Clothing with references to alcohol, tobacco, profanity, drugs, gangs, promoting violence, sexual innuendo, etc. is not allowed.
10. Body piercings, other than in the ear, are not acceptable.
11. Appropriate undergarments are to be worn and covered at all times.
12. Clothing or jewelry with pointed tipped studs or spikes is prohibited. Wallet chains, "dog" collars or other inappropriate chains are not to be worn on campus.
13. Any clothing that, in the opinion of school administration, interferes with the educational process is not acceptable. A student whose personal attire or grooming does not meet administrative requirements for acceptable dress or whose attire could be hazardous to him/herself will be required to change before going to class. The student will wear clothes provided by the school or replacement clothes brought from home. If a student has a question about appropriate dress, he/she is advised to seek clarification from an administrator.

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