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Dress Code Policy

Clothing and apparel worn at school should focus a student’s attention toward the purpose of school, learning and contribute to a respectful atmosphere for all. The administration at Fremont High School has the final decision in the determination of the appropriateness of any student clothing, including performance attire. Fremont High School follows the WSD dress code policy.

Specifically, the following should be avoided and will not be allowed at Fremont High School (Applies to both genders):

  • Clothing which displays obscene, vulgar, lewd words, messages or pictures
  • Clothing that advertises controlled substances such as alcohol, drugs, tobacco and breweries, weapons that may violate safe schools policy, or which is otherwise offensive as determined by school administrators.
  • Inappropriately short, tight, revealing, mutilated or otherwise disruptive appearance or attire. Jeans may not have holes which expose bare skin above mid-thigh. Holes must not expose any underclothing.
  • Bare or stocking feet. State Health code requires that shoes be worn in school at all times.
  • Apparel or accessories with gang symbols, monikers, insignias, or other gang identifiers including gang-affiliated numbers.
  • No headwear is permitted. This includes but is not limited to hats, caps, scarves, bandanas, sweatbands, etc.
  • No tank tops shirts are permitted
  • Excessively baggy, ‘sagging’ pants or shorts are not permitted. Underwear cannot be visible.
  • No low back, deep scooped neck lines are permitted
  • Clothing that exposes bare midriffs, abdomen or buttocks, fishnet, sexually provocative clothing, see-through clothing or undergarments.
  • Potentially dangerous apparel items such as spiked clothing, bracelets, large or long chains or unsafe accessories are not allowed.
  • Shorts, skirts, and dresses must be mid-thigh length or longer. Leggings must not be sheer; items worn over leggings must meet the proper length requirements as stated above. Clothing cannot present an actual distraction or disruption to the educational process.
  • These items may not be worn to school: robes, pajamas, slippers, mutilated clothing, costumes, trench coats.

Student dress expectations are encouraged at all times and will be consistently enforced during school hours from 7:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Students may be sent home to change or asked to wear school provided attire, etc. in order to meet dress code. Disciplinary interventions for noncompliance may include:
1st Offense: Warning with documentation on Discipline Tracker.
2nd Offense: Parent notification with documentation on Discipline Tracker.
3rd Offense: Parent notification by administration with documentation on Discipline Tracker and possible suspension.

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