• Dress Code (Reviewed/Updated by the CCSD School Board, May 6, 2021)

    1. Purpose: The courts, state, and federal laws, as well as Cache County School District and district policies require an atmosphere at school any school function which provides for a safe, orderly, and disruption-free environment. The following dress code policy has been designed to support such an environment. 
    2. There appears to be a close relationship between good dress and grooming habits, good work and study habits, and proper school behavior.  In the judgment of staff and/or administration, any clothing, hair style, or personal adornment that poses a safety hazard or causes a disruption within the school or any school function, appropriate corrective action will be taken.
    3.  Disruption is defined as, but not limited to, reactions by other individuals to the clothing or adornment, which causes the teacher/administrator to lose the attention of the students, to modify or cease instructional activities, or to deal with the student confrontations or complaints.



    1. Responsibilities: Adherence to dress and grooming standards is the responsibility of the student and his/her parents/guardians.  Enforcement of the school’s dress code and standards is the responsibility of the school administration, faculty, and staff.   Students who choose not to comply with the staff member’s corrective request may be referred to school administration for corrective action.
    2. Corrective actions may include but are not limited to:
      1. Students will be required to change clothes, turn clothing article inside out, call home for a change of clothing to be brought to the school, or wear a school-designated article of clothing loaned by the school.
      2. Any item which violates the dress code may be confiscated and later returned to the student or parent by the school administration.
      3. Subsequent violations of the dress code may result in a parent conference and/or student detention and/or suspension.
    3. The Cache County School District has established the following guidelines to aid parents and students in selecting proper school attire:
    • Students should be clean and well groomed (hair, clothes, cosmetics). If safety is a factor, more stringent standards may be applied.
    • Shoes or sandals must be worn at all times while on campus
    • Except for religious or medical purposes hats, caps, and other head coverings (sweatshirt hoods) shall not be worn or displayed inside school facilities during school hours.
    • Clothes shall sufficiently cover undergarments at all times.
    • See-through or net fabrics, halter tops, off-the shoulder or low-cut tops, bare midriffs, and muscle shirts (sleeveless/bare midriff shirts) are prohibited.
    • Shorts and skirts should be worn nearer the knee.
    • Metal accessories that present a hazard to the health or safety of the wearer or others are prohibited on school grounds.
    • For safety purposes, no backpacks are allowed in classrooms throughout the day.
    • Clothing, jewelry, personal items (backpacks/bags, binders, bandannas, etc.), and skin shall be free of writing, pictures, symbols, insignia, or color combinations which:
    1. Communicate crude, profane, or sexually suggestive messages
    2. Displays drug, alcohol, or tobacco advertising, promotion, or likenesses
    3. Advocate racial, ethnic, or religious prejudice
    4. Represent or give evidence to gang membership or affiliation


    Any clothing in question will be scrutinized and left to administration to determine appropriateness and whether it shall be allowed.  This dress code is for the protection and preservation of the teaching and learning environment and for the safety of all students, staff members, and visitors. Please remember that the dress code policy applies to all students whether attending school or any school function (as participant or member of the audience), regardless of time or place.