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All students have the right to a safe, healthy school environment.  All students have the responsibility to dress appropriately and observe basic standards of cleanliness and good grooming.  A student’s dress and appearance should not cause a disruption or distract from the educational process or create a health or safety concern for any student.

Dress Standards

  • Students are to dress in a neat and appropriate manner that reflects individual pride and pride in Canyon View High School.
  • Hats or any head coverings are not to be worn at school during school hours.
  • Shorts and skirts will be no more than 6” above the middle of the knee. Fingertip length is not the criteria.
  • Clothing that exposes bare midriffs during normal activity (standing, sitting, holding books, raising arms) is not permitted.
  • The shoulder width of sleeveless shirts must be at least 4 fingers wide.  Tank tops or spaghetti straps are not permitted.  Shoulders must be covered.
  • Outfits that show, or appear to show, underwear, or are unduly revealing, are not permitted. Young women may not reveal any bust cleavage.  It is very distracting to both teachers and students.
  • Shoes must be worn at all times. House shoes are highly discouraged.
  • The tops of pants must be covered with a shirt so as not to show underwear or skin at any time.
  • Clothing with vulgar language, inappropriate pictures (sexually oriented, gang or violence related), alcohol or cigarette advertising, depicting illegal substances or any other illegal activities are not permitted.
  • Clothing with tears and holes with skin showing through will not be permitted.
  • Apparel that is gang related or appears to be gang related is not permitted.  This includes, but is not limited to: oversized baggy pants, headbands, spiked bands, chains on pants or wallets, or any article of clothing that would identify the student with a gang.
  • Items such as excessive makeup or face paint, excessive, dangerous, or distracting body piercing, or distracting hair styles are not permitted.
  • Facial piercings are not permitted. If worn to school, facial piercing jewelry will be removed by the student, placed in a zip lock bag, and taken to the office.

Students who are in violation of the dress standards will be sent to the office and will not be allowed to return to class until their appearance is in compliance with this policy.  Office T-shirts and pants will be exchanged for inappropriate clothing. Covering inappropriate clothing with an outer jacket/sweater or coat is not acceptable.

PE Uniforms

Uniforms will be required for all students in PE classes.  It will consist of a gray t-shirt and black shorts.  PE clothing will be available for purchase, but it is not required.

Extracurricular Practice Clothing and Uniforms

Clothing worn for athletic, cheer, dance practice and competition that does not meet the dress code, may not be worn anywhere in the building, with the exception of the weight room, dance lab, and gyms.

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Jennifer Wood, Principal | Kevin Pedersen, Assistant Principal