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Revised:  January 2019

The responsibility for the dress and appearance of a student rests primarily with the student and their parents or guardians. In the interest of maintaining an appropriate learning environment, the district believes in the following basic principles:

* All students are encouraged to dress in a manner that is appropriate, comfortable and conducive to an active academic school day.

* Students should be able to wear clothing without fear of or actual unnecessary discipline or body shaming.

* The student dress code should serve to support all students to develop a body-positive self-image.

* The district standard dress and appearance policy is gender neutral and applies to all students equally regardless of gender on school campuses and at school-sponsored functions and will be enforced consistently and fairly by all members of the school staff

* Clothing and hair styles are a matter of personal choice (except for schools with uniforms). The school shall be concerned only when these impact the health and safety of students and staff.

B.P. 5132 A.R. 5132

  1. No two items of red should be worn.  Example: red shoes paired with red shirt will result in a dress code.
  2. Sagging or baggy pants/shorts that do not fit the waist or that are drastically altered pose a safety risk for students are not acceptable.
  3. Hats are not allowed unless Fort Miller.
  4. Clothing where the torso is exposed, i.e., tube tops, half shirts, halters • clothing that is see-through. (clothing must be opaque)
  5. Clothing or accessories which show profanity, obscene words or pictures, sexually suggestive statements, or incites to violence
  6. Clothing representing gang-related activities
  7. Clothing where the entire thigh is exposed, such as micro minis or short shorts.
  8. Bathing suits or cut-offs
  9. The wearing and carrying of tobacco promotional items, or items promoting controlled substances (drugs) and/or alcohol,
  10. Clothing where undergarments are exposed
  11. Clothing that has text that is libelous, bullying, constitutes harassment or discrimination • footwear must be worn at school and all functions

Download and view the PowerPoint below:

Fresno Unified School District Dress Code Board Policy

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