Dress Code

The Manning School believes in high standards for student behavior and conduct so that the students can focus on learning.  The Manning administration is responsible for working with students on any and all dress code violations.  If a student violates the dress code, the student will be called to the office and the parent will be called.  At this time, the student will have the option to fix the dress code violation prior to returning to class.  Students who violate the dress code repeatedly will be disciplined according to the Jefferson County Public Schools Conduct Code.  



All shirts must cover the midsection of the body and entire torso, including the back. 

All shorts, skirts and dresses must be fingertip length or longer.  There is no exception.

Tops must have shoulder straps that are no less than 2 inches in width.  Racer tops are not permitted. 

Shirts/Tops must not have arm holes that fall more than 2 inches below the armpit.

No undergarments may be visible while standing or sitting, including straps or waistbands. 

No pajamas or other nightwear.

No hats, bandanas or sunglasses may be worn within the building. 

Footwear must be appropriate for classroom activities - no slippers. 

No clothing or accessories with inappropriate language or messages are permitted.
              


**ANY Manning Staff member may “dress code” a student and send them to the office for a change of clothes or to call parents if they refuse.


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