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KCUSD Dress Code

The primary function of the KCUSD standard dress attire policy is to establish

a safe and secure learning environment that reflects positive student choice. 

This minimizes distractions and promotes the importance of going to school to learn.

Thank you for your support and cooperation. J

KCUSD Dress Code  Highlights

See complete KCUSD dress code in the pdf below...

Head
  •  Hats must be solid khaki or white cloth type, with a 2" brim that encircles the entire hat (#1 b)
  • Knit caps are allowed during cold weather (#1d )
  • Baseball or cowboy hats are not permitted during the school day (#1c )
  • Sunglasses (unless prescribed) not permitted (#2)
  • Natural hair color only and no distracting haircuts (razor designs not permitted) (#11 )
  • Only the ears can be pierced (#2 )
Shirts
  • Tops need to be fitted around the neck and arms (no oversized shirts please)  Remember… Tank tops are not acceptable, minimum of 3 inches of fabric on shoulder (#6)           
  • Hide undergarments (#4 )
  • Professional Teams not permitted (#13)
  • College team titles are OK…no logos
  • Appropriate pictures and text (#14 a-h )
  • May not promote; tobacco, alcohol, drugs, sex or violence
Pants/Shorts/Skirts
  • Holes, rips or cut offs are not permitted (#5 )
  • Wear at your waist (#5 )
  • At least a 4-inch inseam (#7 )
  • Skirts and dresses must be no shorter than 4 inches above the knee (#7 )
  • Leggings and tights must be covered by the appropriate length shirt, skirt or dress (#9 )
  • No camouflage (shirts, pants, shorts or skirts) (#9)
Shoes
  • No flip flops, shoes or sandals without heel straps (#3 )
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    The primary function of the KCUSD standard dress attire policy is to establish

    a safe and secure learning environment that reflects positive student choice. 

    This minimizes distractions and promotes the importance of going to school to learn.

    Thank you for your support and cooperation. J