• Structured Dress Code

    The dress and grooming of students shall be neat and clean, promoting a positive educational environment. Apparel that disrupts educational activities and processes of the school will result in the removal of the student from the regular school environment until acceptable apparel can be secured for the student. The administration will be the final judge about whether a student’s clothing is appropriate for school or whether it will create an environmental climate that is distracting to learning. 

    Recommended

    • Polo Shirt with Khaki shorts

    Tops

    • Short or long sleeve
    • Polo-style, Dress-Shirt, or crew neck t-shirt
    • Solid, plaid, or stripes
    • Must fit neatly and cannot be oversized or undersized
       (must extend below the waist)
    • School approved DHMS T-shirts may be worn anytime.

    Pants/shorts/skirts/kilts

    • Any color or any tartan-plaid
    • Neat in appearance Worn at the waist (as per state statute)
    • Shorts and skirts must be worn per district guidelines
    • Neat Jeans (pants only) are allowed as long as they are (not torn)
    • Gym shorts are only allowed in P.E. classes
    • No leggings, jeggings, or tights are allowed, “Form fitting leotard/spandex type clothing (including sport bras) is not allowed unless proper outer garments cover it.” (Student code of conduct)

    Other

    • No headgear (hoodies, caps, hats, bandanas, and scarves) unless approved by administrator.
    • Students may wear uniform shirts on game days. Students involved in cheerleading, band, chorus, etc… may wear their group uniform on approved designated days. Attire must be in accordance with DHMS dress code policies.
    • Team, pro-sports, college, and community T-shirts may be worn on Fridays only.