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Dress Code

Student Dress Code


We encourage students to dress in attire that reflects their readiness to learn and adheres to school safety concerns. Most students do an outstanding job of dressing appropriately for the learning environment.  It is important that all students adhere to the Dress Code guidelines.

In addition, we encourage students to participate in our College Day Thursdays and Spirit Fridays each week, as well as other "special" days throughout the year. 

    • Every Thursday, we encourage students to wear a College Shirt to promote College & Career Readiness.

    • Every Friday, we encourage students to wear a "Roynon Shirt" of their choice. 

    Roynon Students will follow these Dress Code Guidelines which includes but is not limited to:

    • Closed-toe shoes must be worn at all times.  Students must wear footwear that is safe and appropriate for the learning environment.  Shoes must have a back or a strap on the heel and a platform of no more than 1 ½ inches.  All shoes must be closed toe.  Flip flops, backless shoes and backless sandals are prohibited. Steel-toed footwear and shoes with wheels are also prohibited.
    • Clothing deemed to disrupt school activities are prohibited.
    • Clothing must have appropriate messages and art work for a school environment. 
    • Oversized clothing and/or sagged pants are prohibited.
    • Clothing shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times. Shorts and skirts should fall midthigh or longer.  They should not be any shorter that 3 inches down the thigh.
    • Spaghetti straps or shoulder straps less than one inch wide, tops with only one shoulder, tops that do not completely cover the student's torso, or tops that do not cover all undergarments are prohibited. 
    • Sunglasses and sun protective hats may be worn during recess and lunch periods only.  Hats, caps, and other head coverings shall not be worn indoors.  Students must wear hats with the bill facing forward in order to protect the face from the sun. 
    • Any article of clothing, including hats, with inappropriate words, symbols, or inferences is prohibited.
    • Only jewelry or accessories that do not pose a safety hazard may be worn.
    • Fingernails must be clean and trimmed so as not to pose a safety hazard. 
    • Hairstyles must be conducive to a productive, professional learning environment and not pose a distraction. 
    • Hair tint/colors that distract from the learning environment are not allowed.
    • No tattoos, temporary or permanent, are permitted. 

    NOTE:  The administration retains the sole discretion to determine if these standards are being met.
    The first time a student violates the dress code, a warning will be given and parents contacted for change to appropriate clothing.  In some cases, the school my supply the student with clothing to finish the day. Progressive discipline will follow if the dress code continues to be violated.