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Macon Hall Elementary and SCS School Dress Code (Policy #6021):

The standards for Shelby County Schools dress reflect "common sense" and concern for each child's comfort, safety, cleanliness, and sense of modesty. There is a strong relationship between neat, appropriate attire and a positive learning environment. Apparel or apperarnce, which tends to draw attention to an individual rather than to a learning situation, must be avoided.

To that end, Shelby County Schools esablishes a basic dress code to ensure appropriate and modest dress.

MKES dress code policy includes:

Shirts must be tucked in. Oversized shirts/sweatshirts/jackets may not be worn. Spaghetti straps, midriff shirts, and halter-tops are not acceptable. Coats may not be worn in the classroom. Students may wear a well-fitted jacket or sweatshirt inside if needed.

Pants (including jeans) must be worn at the waist, be appropriately sized with no rips, tears, or holes and of a safe length. Tights, leggings or "jeggings" as pants can only be worn with a top that extends at least 3 inches above the knee while standing.

Skirts, dresses, and shorts may be worn no more than 3 inches above the bent knee.

Footwear is required and must be safe and appropriate for both indoor and outdoor physical activity. Prohibited: Shoes with a heel higher than 1 and a half inches, flip flops, slide-on shoes, and sandals that do not have a heel strap that prevents the shoe from sliding off.

 

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