• Uniform Requirements:

    1. Students must be wearing the required uniform in order to attend school.  
    2. All students wear black or blue pants without patterns, words, or any other  markings. No cargo, capris, leggings, spandex pants or shorts allowed. Pants will  not be frayed, or have holes, and must be worn at the waist level (without  undergarments showing) at all times.  
    3. Uniforms are to be clean.  
    4. Students may not wear shoes that are predominantly red or blue, with no red  or blue markings or laces. No open-toe shoes, slides or flipflops.  
    5. All uniform clothing and accessory layer clothing must be in good repair. Any part  of the school uniform that is torn, faded, or altered, must be replaced.  
    6. Belts must be the appropriate length without excessive length hanging outside the  loops. Belt buckle designs, emblems, insignias, monograms must be school  appropriate. No blue or red belts, threads, or markings.  
    7. Accessory layering of clothing under the uniform shirt will include: a crew neck or t-shirt style in solid black, gray, or white. Hoodies are not allowed for layering  purposes.  
    8. No hats, bandanas, headbands, or other head coverings will be worn in the building or as an accessory.  
    9. Students who do not comply with the Mt. Harrison Jr. High Uniform Policy may be  sent home. Repeated infractions may result in further disciplinary actions.  

    Polo shirts and layering shirts are available for purchase on Mt. Harrison Jr. High  district webpage. Polo shirts are $18.00, and layering shirts (white, black, or gray)  are $8.00 each.  



    Student Dress and Grooming (Policy No. 344.00)  

    To protect our students, we expect everyone to adhere to a dress code. Student dress,  personal appearance, and conduct are required to be of such character as not to disrupt or  distract from the educational environment of the school or tend to diminish instructional  effectiveness or the disciplinary control by the teacher. Clothing which is unduly revealing  or attire which detracts in any way from the educational mission of the school’s  instructional program is unacceptable.