DRESS GUIDELINES FOR SPECIAL NON-UNIFORM DAYS/EVENTS
must comply with the established Mason Dress Code. This means that clothing and
include rips, tears, holes;
be made of, or including, transparent, mesh, lace, or fishnet material;
contain any logos, pictures, or words that are obscene, vulgar, lewd, indecent,
or plainly offensive or that promote drug or alcohol use;
be likely to cause a material and substantial disruption of the educational
pose a threat to the safety of the wearer or others (i.e. be a symbol of gang
affiliation, contain spikes, etc.)
must cover a student’s shoulders, back, and chest in the same way that a Mason
Dress Code compliant polo would. Wearing
a jacket, sweater, or a shirt that meets these requirements over another top or
dress that does not meet these guidelines is allowed; however, the jacket,
sweater or shirt must be worn for the duration of the day/event.
must fall within three (3) inches of the knee, consistent with existing Mason
Dress Code. Leggings are not pants and
may only be worn if they are under shorts/dresses/skirts.
hoods, or other head coverings are not to be worn in the building at any time,
including dances, unless a student has obtained permission to wear a head
covering as a religious accommodation.
must be worn at all times. For a school
day, shoes should be appropriate for all school activities and worn at all
the school day or event has a theme, students should make a reasonable effort
to match their clothing choice and style to the announced theme.