The dress code for the 2015-2016 school year at Dale Cassens Education Complex is now available. The dress code will be available here, and you may also download the complete dress code policy at the link below.
The Dale Cassens Education Complex administration or deans shall be the final judge of the appropriateness of any apparel/accessories. No clothing or accessories are permitted which promote gnags, drugs, tobacco, alcohol, firearms, or violence, including: Rosary beads, flags, any camoflauge, and metal hair picks. These items will be confiscated and returned only to a parent/guardian upon request and by appointment.
STUDENT DRESS CODE
Only the following attire is permitted by students on campus:
TOPS: Collared polo-style or button-up shirts with sleeves in any color. ALL SHIRTS must be worn at natural waist-length, or be tucked in.
BOTTOMS: Cotton khaki-style pants (i.e. Chinos, Dockers, Dickies) in tan, blue, or black, shorts or skirts. Dresses must have a collar and sleeves.
SHOES: Sneakers/athletic shoes, dress shoes, or sandals with backs/strap around ankle.
JACKETS: Sweater or jacket without hood.
PBIS REWARD DAYS: Jeans (any color, except camo) may only be worn with an appropriate Point Sheet or Jeans Pass obtained 24 hours in advance of the day it is to be used.
Point Sheet Days: YELLOW: Friday only. GREEN: Thursday + Friday. ORANGE: Monday – Friday
ELECTRONIC DEVICES: Students are prohibited from having electronic devices on school property, including the bus.
This includes, but is not limited to: Cell phones, MP3 devices, speakers, smart watches, laptops and tablets.
All electronic devices will be confiscated and the following consequences will apply:
1st Offense: Referral, and device returned to student at the end of the day with parental notification.
2nd Offense: Referral and parental notification. Parent/guardian may collect the item after 24 hours.
3rd Offense: Referral, and school will maintain possession* until student transitions or withdraws.
DRESS CODE VIOLATION: Any student arriving out of dress code will be placed into the Behavior Intervention Classroom (BIC) and parent will be notified. Parent may bring corrective clothing to school for their student, or the student may be provided with loaner clothing (if available), or the student will remain in BIC for the duration of the day. Repeat offenders will be referred to the Problem Solving Team / Social Worker.
* Per SLCSB Student Code of Conduct, the school and/or its employees are not liable for any loss, theft, or damage of any confiscated property.