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    Countess Chickenwing

    Countess Chickenwing Posted an update in Seaside Youth 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    School rules

    Be punctual, report to school and class on time. School begins at 8:00 a.m. If a student arrives in school after 8:00 he/she needs to report to the office to receive an admit/tardy slip. Students are discouraged from coming to school prior to 7:30 a.m. because of lack of adult supervision.
    Strive to be present every school day. In case of absence, parents should call the school in the morning of the absence and notify the teacher in writing upon the student’s return to school.
    Respect each other at all times. Disagreements will be settled by discussing the problem and seeking a solution that is fair to all concerned.
    Buildings and the campus will be kept clean and neat. Do not deface or damage school property. Students who vandalize the school property will make restitution.
    Maintain order when moving to different areas. Do not run; running is a frequent cause of injuries.
    The following are not allowed in school unless prior permission is granted by the school staff:
    radios, cell phones, pagers and other electrical equipment
    yoyos, darts, sling shots, and other potentially dangerous toys
    skateboards, roller skates, rollerblades, razors
    valuables, extra money, computer games, items of sentimental value
    fireworks, matches
    weapons or expensive toys
    Remain within school boundaries at all times. Students leaving the campus must have a Student Pass and must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
    Avoid using abusive or profane language and gestures.
    Do not climb trees, gates, railings, fences, and the school buildings.
    Respect the property rights of others.
    Leave the premises immediately after school duties/responsibilities are completed.
    Buying/selling of personal items and trading are not allowed.

    All students are required to wear appropriate footwear for school (no slippers).
    All shirts and tops must cover the midriff at all times. The following are examples of clothing that is unacceptable: tank tops w/ straps thinner than 2 inches, strapless, spaghetti straps, off-the-shoulder, cut-out designs, low-cut shirts, bare-back, sheer or mesh clothing that does not have an appropriate blouse or shirt underneath, etc. Boys must wear shirts with sleeves.
    All pants and shorts must fit at the waist. No sagging or low riding will be permitted. Clothing must cover undergarments when sitting, standing, or bending.
    Hemlines and slits on dresses, skirts, and shorts above mid-thigh are not acceptable. Length cannot be shorter than the tip of the fingers when arms are placed straight at the sides of the body.
    Only school hats and headwear are acceptable and must be worn with brim forward. Non-PHS head wear (including scarves, bandanas, or other head dressings) may not be brought on to campus. Headwear that does not comply with the dress code will be confiscated whether or not a student is wearing the item.
    Clothing and hair accessories that are unsafe and/or dangerous are not permitted.
    Clothing or jewelry that depicts any “gang style” writing; illegal activity; sexually related or obscene gestures and material; tobacco; drugs; alcohol; or words, pictures, or phrases that depicts violence or intimidation may not be worn.
    Any body piercing that presents a safety issue or major distraction will not be allowed.
    Any clothing or styles of dress that may be construed to provoke fear, violence, or intimidation, including gang-related attire, is not acceptable.
    Pants oversized at the waist are not allowed. These can be identified as pants that are folded in at the waist or belt line (e.g. students with a 32” waist should wear pants no larger than 32” waist).
    Wearing pants below the waistline (sagging) is not allowed.
    No gang-related jewelry, insignia, colors, paraphernalia, materials, apparel, clothing or attire may be worn or carried on campus or at school activities.
    Belt buckles with any initials are prohibited.
    Wearing an over-sized belt with one end hanging down is prohibited.
    Excessive color identifies worn in the color of red and/or purple, blue and/or green, black and/or gray, or orange (in combination with other gang attire) are prohibited.
    No gang-related hats, baseball-type caps or other gang-related headgear may be worn on campus or at school activities. Official school cap (i.e. approved by the principal) representing the current school of residence may be worn.
    Bandannas, red or blue belts, red or blue shoelaces, or rags that commonly signify gang identity by style or color are prohibited.
    Clothing, jewelry, paraphernalia or material which is obscene, sexually explicit or which depicts or suggests sexually-related or obscene gestures, pictures or wording or which promotes violence, the use/abuse of drugs, tobacco or alcohol may not be worn or carried on campus or at school activities.
    Shorts extending below the knee when worn with over-the-calf socks are prohibited. No pants can be worn with one leg up and one down.
    No student may wear articles of clothing jewelry, paraphernalia or accessories which pose a threat to the physical and/or emotional well-being and safety of the student or others on campus or at school activities.
    Shirts buttoned at the top and unbuttoned at the bottom are prohibited.
    Steel-toe combat style boots are prohibited.
    Gang or tagger-crew writing on shoes, clothes or body, backpacks or accessories are not permitted.
    Sports jerseys, other than school jerseys, will not be allowed.
    Clothing or articles of clothing (including, but not limited to gloves, bandannas, shoestrings, wristbands, jewelry) which are likely to provoke others to acts of violence or which are likely to cause others to be intimidated by fear of violence may not be worn on campus or at any school activity.
    In addition to these guidelines, students at Seaside School are not to wear clothing with holes or tears.

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