Student Dress Code is designed (1) to maintain a level of personal hygiene necessary to ensure a healthy school environment; (2) to ensure safety; (3) to refrain from any mode of dress which distracts from the learning environment; and (4) to reflect self-pride and pride in our school. The dress code must be followed at all school functions on and off campus.
The required standard of dress for students shall be as follows:
- Students shall dress, groom, or wear clothing that does not distract others or disrupts/interferes with the operation of the school. No excessive oversized clothing is allowed. Clothing or ornamentation displaying or advertising substances illegal for minors is prohibited. Suggestive phrases, designs, markings, profanities, or gang-related attire/items are also prohibited.
- Head Caps, hats, or outer scarves are not to be worn in the school building during the school day unless there is a special activity during which they are deemed appropriate by the administration.
- No halters, undergarments, spaghetti straps, see-through clothing, biker’s shorts, sagging pants, and bare midriffs are to be worn.
- Shoes shall be worn. However, flip-flops, thong sandals, shower shoes, house slippers, or heels higher than two inches are prohibited.
- Outer garments are to be unzipped/unbuttoned to expose shirts while on campus. Hooded garments may be worn to school as long as the hoods are not worn indoors.
- Items such as chains on a belt, wallet, etc. and items with spikes are not allowed
** THE ADMINISTRATION RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DETERMINE THE CLASS AND CONSEQUENCES FOR OFFENSES NOT LISTED.
**THE ADMINISTRATION RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE/OR ALTER CONSEQUENCES AS DEEMED APPROPRIATE.
**THIS IS A BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE ARNOLD MAGNET ACADEMY DRESS CODE AND DISCIPLINE PROCEDURES.
MUSCOGEE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT POLICIES
Each student will be issued a copy of the Muscogee County School District Behavior Code and Discipline Policy. Parents should study that booklet with their children and understand that violations of School District policies will result in a hearing before the Superintendent’s Disciplinary Tribunal