Seminole County Back To School Rules — Dress Codes
The start of a brand new school year in Seminole county kicked off this morning, and you could almost hear the parents heralding the movement of yellow buses and class bells. Seminole county is renowned for their high standards in academics and educational resources. One way to help enhance the school year at your kids’ school is to adhere and understand the school dress codes set forth by Seminole county.
The Seminole county public schools have basic dress codes that are conducive to the classroom. As per the county school system, dress codes regulations include:
- No caps, hoods, visors, bandannas, or other head garments are to be worn in the classroom. Anything that covers the head must be approved by school administration.
- Upper garments must have sleeves and collars and at minimum touch the lower garment. Articles of clothing without — tank tops, tube tops, backless dresses — are not permitted.
- Lower garments must be at least mid-thigh or below. Rips and tears are not permitted.
School administration has set forth this guide for parents and students for a better learning environment. For more information on school dress codes or other pertinent back to school information, visit them online at Seminole County Public Schools.
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