BAKER SIXTH GRADE CAMPUS DRESS CODE
The District's dress code is established to teach grooming and hygiene, prevents disruption, and minimizes safety hazards. Students and parents may determine a student's personal dress and grooming standards, provided that they comply with the following:
Shirts must be tucked in - all layers
All clothing must be in good repair; no holes in pants/skirts/shorts
The following are prohibited :
Pictures, emblems, or writings on clothing or jewelry that Are lewd, offensive, vulgar or obscene;
Advertise or depict tobacco products, alcoholic beverages, drugs, weapons, violence, satanic symbols, blood, or death (including skulls);
Are evidence of membership or affiliation in any gang, unauthorized club or organizations;
Any clothing that allows undergarments to be exposed or bares the mid-riff.
Any color (designs included) that does not violate the clothing basics
No sweat pants/wind suits/sport shorts
No form fitting pants
Shorts must be fingertip length or longer
Any color (designs included) that does not violate clothing basics
Must be a length of mid thigh or longer
Any color or pattern that does not violate clothing basics
Turtle neck (mock included)
Closed toe and heel (no sandals or clogs)
No skate shoes (including Heelies)
One colored shoe laces only
Worn at all times
Leggings may be worn under skirts and dresses for hosiery purposes
Any color or design that does not violate clothing basics
A collared shirt or turtleneck underneath
All hoodies and over-sized sweatshirts must be removed in the building
Any jacket/sweater with a zipper or buttons must remained unzipped/unbuttoned in the building at all times to expose waist
Clean, neatly groomed and non-distracting
No designs in hair.
Sunglasses, hats, bandannas, gloves or head/hand coverings indoors
Pierced jewelry worn only in the ear
Tattoos and other drawings on the skin must be covered
No notched eye brows
School Spirit Shirts:
School spirit shirts, with or without collars may be worn everyday
"In addition, La Porte ISD has documented the existence of some gang-related behaviors on campuses. The rules regarding baggy pants, over-sized clothing, students wearing one color of clothing on a consistent basis and clothing depicting association in a gang or secret society are intended to inhibit gang-related conduct. Gang related clothing will not be permitted in school or at any LPHS school events. Students not willing to be in compliance during LPHS school events will be asked to leave. LPISD is working closely with law enforcement specialists on identifying gang behavior in our area."
**If a student is in violation of the dress code or grooming standards, the parent will be contacted either by phone or student delivered copy.
**The principal or designee has the authority to determine the suitability of student dress.
The principal, in cooperation with the sponsor, coach, or other person in charge of an extracurricular activity, may regulate the dress and grooming of students who participate in the activity. Individual campuses may develop and enforce additional dress and grooming guidelines that meet the standards of the campus. These guidelines may be more restrictive than those prohibited by the district. However, these additional guidelines shall adhere to the general guidelines for the district and be developed with advice of the campus committee.