The following dress code applies to all schools in Greenwood School District 50. Inappropriate and impermissible student attire includes, but is not limited to, the following: (See the Student’s Rights and Responsibilities handbook for further information.)
- Clothing that depicts alcohol, drugs, tobacco, racial slurs/epithets, sexual suggestion/insinuation or inappropriate language is prohibited.
- Halter-tops, tank tops, and see-through clothing are prohibited.
- Shorts, mini skirts and culottes-type clothing are allowed in grades 5-12 with the following restrictions:
- Said garments may not be made of clinging material, such as but not limited to biker shorts and pants, surfer pants, form fitting knit material, etc.
- All garments should be of appropriate length, as determined by the school principal.
- Hats/bandannas will not be worn on school grounds.
Greenwood High School has expanded and clarified this district policy as follows:
- No holes, rips, or tears in clothing above the knee level.
- All pants will be worn above the hips. Zip ties may be provided to all students wearing pants below the hips.
- Skirts and dresses should extend to the top of the knee.
- Shorts must extend to at least 2 inches above the top of the knee.
- No head coverings, including hoods, caps, hats, wraps, and sunglasses will be worn inside the building from 7:00 am through 4:30 pm. (unless for documented religious purposes)
- Shoes are to be worn at all times. Bedroom slippers are NOT allowed.
- Shirts must be worn at all times. Tank tops, spaghetti strapped tops, one shoulder tops, or off the shoulder tops are not to be worn on campus.
- No undergarments should be visible at any time.
- Sheer or see through tights/leggings are not allowed unless a top is worn over them to the knee level.
- Coveralls and pajamas are not allowed to be worn on campus.
- Chains and/or animal tails suspended from clothing are not allowed.
- No clothing that exposes stomach, back, or sides.
- Clothing or jewelry depicting weapons or illegal drugs are not allowed.
Administrators make the final judgment on appropriateness of any student’s dress and reserve the right to prohibit any clothing/accessory disruptive to their school.