The purpose of the Dress Code is to encourage students to focus on the learning process without the distractions
of unsuitable dress and grooming. Students shall maintain a clean, orderly appearance at all times.
The responsibility for the personal appearance of the student rests with the parent/guardian and the
student. Personal appearance shall not disrupt the educational process. A student who is dressed
appropriately is demonstrating a respect for self and others, as well as contributing to a safe and orderly learning
REVIEW OAK HAMMOCK’S DRESS CODE POLICY BEFORE PURCHASING SCHOOL CLOTHES FOR YOUR CHILD.
- Solid color 2- to 5-button standard polo in any color.
- No designs, large logos, patterns, or writing permitted (unless school designed shirt).
- No stripes on collar or sleeves.
- Shirts must be worn appropriately, provide sufficient coverage, and only the top
- button may be worn open.
- Shirts must be tucked in and remain tucked in when arms are raised above the head.
- Logos must be smaller than a half dollar, unless a school logo or design.
- Undershirts either short sleeve or long sleeve must be white in color if the shirt is visible.
- Club and activity t-shirts purchased or received from school may also be worn.
- Solid khaki or navy in color; no patterns, camouflage, plaid, or logos.
- Bottoms must be worn at the natural waistline and must fit appropriately; low-rise and oversized pants are
- not allowed.
- No jeans or jean material of any color.
- No Lycra, Spandex, yoga pants, or stretch fabric allowed.
- A belt must be worn with bottoms containing belt loops.
- Shorts and skirts must be knee length or longer.
- Belt buckles should not display names, logos, flags, or other insignia.
- Skirts should not contain slits.
- All one-color attire is not allowed; shirts must be a different color from bottoms.
Sweaters or Jackets:
- Any solid color plain jacket may be worn on cool days.
- Jackets must button or zip the entire length of the front.
- Jackets may not have large logos (larger than a half dollar), writing or designs on the front or back.
- No jean jackets.
- The sweater or jacket must be worn with a shirt that meets dress code requirements and cannot
- be tied around the waist; hoods on jackets may not be worn on head.
- Unless it is cold or windy, jackets must remain unzipped the full length of the jacket during
- the school day.
- Pullover sweaters, jackets, hoodies, and sweatshirts are not allowed.
- Closed toe shoes secured properly including sneakers, loafers, and topsiders.
- No flip-flops, crocs, slippers, sport sandals, open back shoes or boots (cowboy, hiking, Timberland).
- All bandanas, regardless of the design, are not allowed on campus.
- Clothing that is torn, frayed, or in disrepair is not acceptable.
- Lines/designs in eyebrows or hair are not allowed.
- Articles of clothing, decorative headbands (such as cat ears), jewelry, accessories or adornments that could
- likely cause injury and/or a distraction–such as chains, bracelets, rings, chokers–with or without spikes or
- studs–are prohibited.
- Necklaces of any kind should be worn under the shirt. Huge fashion jewelry is prohibited.
- Apparel, emblems, insignias, badges, or symbols that promote the use of alcohol, drugs, tobacco, illegal or
- gang-related activities are prohibited at all times while on school property.
- Tattoos and facial piercings are prohibited.
- Administration will designate special event days and provide the students with information on how the dress
- code may be altered for those days.
- All other Dress Code requirements already in the student handbook and aligned with the Lee County School
- District apply.