Beaded necklace (not dictated by Religious beliefs)
Heavy chains displayed on outer garments with or without medallions
Temporary dental caps worn for ornamental reasons
The connection between 2 body parts by piercing, attachment or otherwise, by means of a chain, string, or other physical means
Band-Aid/Bandages used to cover-up body piercing
Other inappropriate jewelry or adornments as determined by the administration
Clothing, hats, hair ornaments or implements, or any other material to indicate gang affiliation
Head gear – including caps, hats, scarves, bandanas, hair nets, or do-rags
Outerwear and head coverings (not dictated by Religious beliefs) worn after entering the building. Once entered items must be placed in the student’s locker for the remainder of the day.
Sunglasses, non-prescribed glasses, and unnaturally colored contacts
The administration and/or teaching staff may require that students remove any jewelry or adornments if the manner in which they are worn or displayed are not appropriate and pose a danger to the safety or welfare of the student, other students, or staff and may pose a threat of interruption of the educational process.