Roosevelt Dress Code

Roosevelt Academy Dress Code Policy

 

  • Students are required to wear a uniform shirt. Shirts must be tucked in.
  • A belt must be worn if there are belt loops and pants must be worn at the waist.
  • Shorts, skirts must be at least fingertip length.
  • All pants/shorts/skirts should be hemmed. No cut-offs or shredded holey pants.
  • Spandex, yoga pants, leggings, jeggings, or other spandex materials are not allowed.
  • All jackets should have a zipper and be left open unless there is cold weather. Only Roosevelt hoodies are allowed.
  • Flip-flops, slides and bedroom shoes are not allowed. For safety reasons, open-toed shoes should not be worn in elective classes.
  • A school ID must be worn and visible at all times.
  • Because of the vocational setting, body piercings on the face are not safe or acceptable and oversized jewelry should not be worn to school.
  • Students should not come to school with hair dyed unnatural colors. If a person cannot be born with the color then don’t dye your hair that color.
  • Students should not write on their bodies with pens or markers.

The Polk county dress code policies apply as well and can be found in the student code of conduct.

 

Friday Dress Code

  • If a student earns dress down on Friday, they are allowed to wear a shirt other than the school shirt as long as it is acceptable attire. Shirts must be tucked in and a belt worn if belt loops are present.  No spandex, ripped jeans or jeans with holes are allowed at any time.  Dress down Friday is an attendance incentive and can only be earned when a student is in attendance each day.

The Polk county dress code policies apply as well and can be found in the student code of conduct.