Dress Code: Students at Legacy High School will be expected to follow the Clark County School District (CCSD) dress code outlined in the Behavior Guidelines for Secondary Students (CCSD PUB-776), which is included in this back-to-school packet and available on-line at www.ccsd.net and www.legacyhigh.net . Students are not allowed to wear tank tops, shorts or skirts shorter than finger tip length, headgear, shirts that do not cover both shoulders and mid-section, name plates or similar jewelry, clothes with holes/tears above fingertip length, sagging pants, or revealing clothes. See the complete dress code online or in the handbook. Students will be sent to the deans’ office and face disciplinary action if they violate the dress code.
- Shoes must have soles. Slippers are not allowed.
- Shirts cover both shoulders and the length must extend beyond the belt level.
- All shorts, skirts and dresses must be at least fingertip length. Holes and tears in pants must be below fingertip length, or leggings must be worn under pants/shorts torn higher than fingertip length.
- Transparent, see through tops, bare midriff, strapless, low cut clothing, clothing with slits, or tops and outfits that provide minimum coverage are prohibited.
- ALL headgear is prohibited on campus except for designated school approved uniforms at authorized athletic practices or activities. This includes hats, bandanas, headscarves, and such.
- Clothing or accessories (including backpacks) may not have slogans or advertising that is controversial or obscene in nature that may disrupt the educational setting, including innuendos, alcohol, drug or other controlled substances is prohibited.
- No spiked or studded clothing, wallet chains, or earrings.
- Prohibit the wearing of spaghetti straps; all sleeveless shirts must have straps at least three inches wide on the shoulder. Boys tanks must have three inch wide straps and not show skin showing under the arm.
- Coats, mittens/gloves, and scarves must be removed upon entering the classrooms.
- No sagging – underwear or basketball shorts should not be visible
- No oversized clothing
- No gang-related attire
- No extreme hair styles
- No name plates or similar jewelry
The school administration will have the right to designate which type of dress, fashion, fads, or appearance disrupt or detract from the educational program and may be a potential safety hazard.
The principal shall retain the authority to grant exceptions for special occasions and/or special conditions.
Teachers are to refer students who are in violation of the dress code to the dean's office for appropriate disciplinary action which will result in a change of clothes up to possible suspension.