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UNIFORM/UNIFORME

 

501 S. Halladay

Santa Ana, CA  92701

714.564.1200

 

 

October 10, 2013

 

 

Dear Parents/Guardians:

The mission of the Santa Ana Unified School District is to provide a world-class education that prepares students for college and career.  To ensure that all students are learning and thriving in a positive, safe environment, our District has two policies related to dress codes: a Uniform Policy and a Dress and Grooming Policy. 

 

Each school has been asked to review its practice of both polices to ensure the school community is aligned with the District’s policy which is based on California Education Code.  Our school staff believes that when students wear uniforms, there is an increased sense of community and pride in our school. This Uniform Policy will contribute to the health and safety of our students and to the development of a productive learning environment.  Please take a few moments to review our school’s revised uniform list that is enclosed.  Be assured that the revised list will not require you to purchase additional items; it simply provides more options.

 

Parents, who have or who wish to request an exemption for their student not to wear the school uniform, must adhere to the enclosed Dress and Grooming Policy, which requires that all students wear proper and appropriate dress while in attendance in school and at school sponsored activities. If you are considering opting your student out of the K-8 Mandatory Uniform Dress Policy, please feel free to contact the school office so that we may facilitate your request.

 

If you have any questions or would like additional information, please feel free to contact me.

 

 

Sincerely,

Jaime Ramirez

Principal,

Roosevelt Elementary School


 

501 S. Halladay

 

Santa Ana, CA  92701

714.564.1200

 

 

October 11, 2013

 


Estimados padres o tutores:

La misión del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Santa Ana es brindar unaeducación de calidad mundial que preparea los alumnos para el colegio y la carrera. A fin de asegurar que todos losalumnos aprenden y crecen en un ambiente positivo y seguro, nuestro Distritotiene dos normas relacionadas con códigos de vestimenta: una Norma deVestimenta Uniforme y una Norma de Vestimenta y Arreglo.


Se le ha pedido acada escuela que revise su práctica de ambas normas para asegurarse de que la comunidadescolar esté alineada con la norma del Distrito, que se basa en el CódigoEducativo de California. Nuestro personal escolar cree que cuando los alumnosusan uniformes, hay un mayor sentimiento decomunidad y orgullo en nuestra escuela. Esta Norma de Vestimenta Uniforme contribuiráa la salud y seguridad de nuestros alumnos, y a crear un ambiente de aprendizajeproductivo. Tengan la bondad de tomarse unos momentos para revisar la lista actualizadade vestimenta uniforme adjunta de nuestra escuela. Tengan la certeza de que lalista actualizada no requerirá que compren artículos adicionales; simplementebrinda más opciones.


Los padres que hansolicitado o desean solicitar una exención para que sus hijos no usen el uniformeescolar, se deben adherir a la norma de Vestimenta y Arreglo adjunta, que requiereque todos los alumnos usen vestimenta apropiada y adecuada mientras asiste a laescuela y a actividades patrocinadas por la escuela. Si están considerando optarpor que sus hijos no acaten la Norma de Vestimenta Uniforme Obligatoria de K-8,tengan la bondad de comunicarse con la dirección escolar, para que podamos facilitarsu petición.

 

Si tienen algunapregunta o desean mayores informes, tengan la bondad de comunicarse conmigo.

 

Atentamente,

Jaime Ramirez

Director

Escuela Roosevelt

 

 

K- 8 Mandatory Uniform Dress Policy Guidelines

(Based on BP/AR 5132.5)

 

Each K-8 school in the District shall implement the K-8 Mandatory Uniform Dress policy.  A plan shall be developed by each K-8 school for uniform dress including the color(s) for the uniform.  The District recommends that a standard uniform of white tops and navy blue bottoms be considered to facilitate student movement from site to site within the District and to increase uniform availability, but sites are responsible for the color of uniforms selected.  The Board must approve all school plans.

 

The school shall publish its plan in student and parent documents at the beginning of each school year to ensure that parents and student are clearly informed of dress and grooming requirements.

 

Determination of Colors and Standards

 

Here at Roosevelt Elementary students may wear navy blue, red, white, and khaki.

 

1.0              Model of dress for girls:

·         Plain shirts/blouses with sleeves and a collar, tucked in at the waist (not bloused)

·         Skirts, culottes, skorts, Bermudas, dresses with sleeves and a collar, jumpers, or slacks; no jeans

·         Plain sweater, jacket, or sweatshirt

·         Navy blue or white socks (at knee or below)

·         Navy blue or khaki vests are permitted when worn over a blouse/shirt

 

2.0              Model of dress for boys:

·         Shirts with sleeves and collar, tucked in at the waist

·         Slacks or Bermuda shorts with waistbands no higher than two inches; no jeans

·         Plain sweater, jacket, or sweatshirt

·         Navy blue or white socks (mid-calf or below)

·         Navy blue or khaki vests are permitted when worn over a shirt

 

3.0       General Guidelines for School Attire:

1.      Clothing must be free from tears, rips, holes, etc.

2.      Clothing should not be oversized.

3.      Pants must fit, cannot be oversized, and must be hemmed.

4.      Socks will not be pulled up to meet bottom of shorts.

5.      There should be no visible initials, insignias, pictures, or logos on clothing, except for school logos.

6.      Shoes must be worn at all times and must be must be enclosed.  Steel toes or western-type boots are not to be worn.

7.      Colored or thick shoelaces and black gloves are not permitted.

8.      Bandanas, hair nets, and beanies are not permitted.  Only those students, with the approval from the principal because of medical/religious purposes, may have an exception. Hoodies worn over the head may be permitted outdoors during inclement weather.

9.      Hats are not to be worn indoors. No baseball caps other than school issued ones will be permitted.

10. Visible jewelry is limited to small watches, rings, necklaces, and bracelets; earrings should be a small stud or a hoop no larger than a dime.  Wallet chains, and/or spiked and sharp jewelry are not allowed.

11. Gang slogans and graffiti will not be allowed on backpacks or purses. 

12. No shirts with gang, drug, graffiti or sexual connotations including OC or SA in old English lettering.

13. Jerseys or shirts with team logos are not allowed.

14. No belt buckles with logos or initials (including anything related to weapons, drugs, or of a sexual nature) are allowed.

15. Hair shall be clean and neatly groomed.  Hair may not be sprayed by any coloring that would drip when wet.

 

An occasional “spirit day” may be declared by the site, at which time students may choose to wear school logo shirts, spirit shirts, or special activity shirts.

 

 

4.0         Parents who choose not to have their students wear uniforms may be exempt  

             from this policy by:

a) requesting an exemption form in the local school office; 

b) completing the application; and

c) submitting it to the designated administrator at the student’s school. 

 

Any student who applies for exemption from the Mandatory Uniform Policy must comply with the previously established District Dress Code (AR 5132).

 

Discipline Provisions:

 

5.0                  No student shall be suspended from class or from school, be expelled from school, or received a lowered grade as a result of not complying with Board policy. (AR 5132.5 (b))

 

6.0                    No student shall be considered non-compliant with this policy in the following instances (AR 5132.5 (c)):

·         When non-compliance derives from a financial hardship

·         When a student wears a button, armband, or other accouterment to exercise his/her right to freedom of expression as provided by Education Code 48907, unless the bottom, armband, or other accouterment signifies or is related to gangs, gang membership, or gang activity as provided by Education Code 35183

·         When a student wears the uniform of nationally recognized youth organization, such as Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts, on regular meeting days

·         When a student wears a school-adopted logo shirt on designated days

·         When a student’s parent or guardian has secured an exemption from the uniform policy by following the prescribed procedures

·         When the school principal authorizes a special dress day

 

 

     Appropriate Disciplinary Actions:

 

·         If a student is not following the Uniform Policy, the classroom teacher or designee will talk to the student to ascertain the reason for the non-compliance.  If the classroom teacher determines that the issue is one that warrants a parent contact, then that teacher may refer the concern to the site administration.

·         The principal will review the policy with the student and parent to make sure that they clearly understand the policy expectations, to explain the exemption procedures, and give the parent the option of helping his/her child to comply or of exempting the student from the policy.

·         Referral to school counselor, psychologist, social worker, CWA personnel or other school support service personnel for case management and counseling.

·         Spare shirts and pants and uniforms

·         Spirit shirts

·         Appropriate and gradual loss of privileges

·         Campus beautification projects

·         Behavior Contract

·         Community Service

  

K- 8Mandatory Uniform Dress Policy Guidelines

(Based on BP/AR 5132.5)

 

EachK-8 school in the District shall implement the K-8 Mandatory Uniform Dresspolicy.  A plan shall be developed byeach K-8 school for uniform dress including the color(s) for the uniform.  The District recommends that a standarduniform of white tops and navy blue bottoms be considered to facilitate studentmovement from site to site within the District and to increase uniformavailability, but sites are responsible for the color of uniformsselected.  The Board must approve allschool plans.

 

Theschool shall publish its plan in student and parent documents at the beginningof each school year to ensure that parents and student are clearly informed ofdress and grooming requirements.

 

Determination of Colors and Standards

 

Here at RooseveltElementary students may wear navy blue, red, white, and khaki.

 

1.0             Model of dress for girls:

·        Plain shirts/blouseswith sleeves and a collar, tucked in at the waist (not bloused)

·        Skirts,culottes, skorts, Bermudas, dresses with sleeves and a collar, jumpers, orslacks; no jeans

·        Plainsweater, jacket, or sweatshirt

·        Navy blueor white socks (at knee or below)

·        Navy blueor khaki vests are permitted when worn over a blouse/shirt

 

2.0             Model of dress for boys:

·        Shirtswith sleeves and collar, tucked in at the waist

·        Slacks orBermuda shorts with waistbands no higher than two inches; no jeans

·        Plain sweater,jacket, or sweatshirt

·        Navy blueor white socks (mid-calf or below)

·        Navy blueor khaki vests are permitted when worn over a shirt

 

3.0       General Guidelines for SchoolAttire:

1.      Clothing must be free from tears, rips, holes,etc.

2.      Clothing should not be oversized.

3.      Pants must fit, cannot be oversized, and mustbe hemmed.

4.      Socks will not be pulled up to meet bottom ofshorts.

5.      There should be no visible initials,insignias, pictures, or logos on clothing, except for school logos.

6.      Shoes must be worn at all times and must be mustbe enclosed.  Steel toes or western-typeboots are not to be worn.

7.      Colored or thick shoelaces and black glovesare not permitted.

8.      Bandanas, hair nets, and beanies are notpermitted.  Only those students, with theapproval from the principal because of medical/religiouspurposes, may have an exception. Hoodies worn over the head may be permitted outdoorsduring inclement weather.

9.      Hats are not to be worn indoors. No baseball capsother than school issued ones will be permitted.

10.  Visible jewelry is limited to small watches,rings, necklaces, and bracelets; earrings should be a small stud or a hoop nolarger than a dime.  Wallet chains, and/orspiked and sharp jewelry are not allowed.

11.  Gangslogans and graffiti will not be allowed on backpacks or purses. 

12.  Noshirts with gang, drug, graffiti or sexual connotations including OC or SA inold English lettering.

13.  Jerseysor shirts with team logos are not allowed.

14.  Nobelt buckles with logos or initials (including anything related to weapons,drugs, or of a sexual nature) are allowed.

15.  Hair shall be clean and neatly groomed.  Hair may not be sprayed by any coloring thatwould drip when wet.

 

An occasional “spirit day” may be declared by the site, atwhich time students may choose to wear school logo shirts, spirit shirts, orspecial activity shirts.

 

 

4.0          Parents who choose not to have their students wear uniforms may beexempt  

            from this policy by:

a) requesting an exemption form in the local school office; 

b) completing the application; and

c) submitting it to the designated administrator at the student’sschool. 

 

Any student whoapplies for exemption from the Mandatory Uniform Policy must comply with thepreviously established District Dress Code (AR 5132).

 

Discipline Provisions:

 

5.0                 No student shall be suspended from class orfrom school, be expelled from school, or received a lowered grade as a resultof not complying with Board policy. (AR 5132.5 (b))

 

6.0                   Nostudent shall be considered non-compliant with this policy in the following instances(AR 5132.5 (c)):

·        Whennon-compliance derives from a financial hardship

·        When astudent wears a button, armband, or other accouterment to exercise his/herright to freedom of expression as provided by Education Code 48907, unless thebottom, armband, or other accouterment signifies or is related to gangs, gangmembership, or gang activity as provided by Education Code 35183

·        When astudent wears the uniform of nationally recognized youth organization, such asBoy Scouts or Girl Scouts, on regular meeting days

·        When astudent wears a school-adopted logo shirt on designated days

·        When astudent’s parent or guardian has secured an exemption from the uniform policyby following the prescribed procedures

·        When theschool principal authorizes a special dress day

 

 

    Appropriate Disciplinary Actions:

 

·        If astudent is not following the Uniform Policy, the classroom teacher or designeewill talk to the student to ascertain the reason for the non-compliance.  If the classroom teacher determines that theissue is one that warrants a parent contact, then that teacher may refer theconcern to the site administration.

·        Theprincipal will review the policy with the student and parent to make sure thatthey clearly understand the policy expectations, to explain the exemptionprocedures, andgive the parent the option of helping his/her child to comply or of exemptingthe student from the policy.

·        Referralto school counselor, psychologist, social worker, CWA personnel or other schoolsupport service personnel for case management and counseling.

·        Spareshirts and pants and uniforms

·        Spiritshirts

·        Appropriateand gradual loss of privileges

·        Campus beautification projects

·        BehaviorContract

·        CommunityService

 

Directrices de la Norma de vestimenta uniforme obligatoria K-8

(Basada en BP/AR 5132.5)

 

Cada escuela K-8 en el Distrito implementará la Norma de vestimenta uniforme obligatoria K-8. Cada escuela K-8 creará un plan para la vestimenta uniforme que incluya color(es) para el uniforme. El Distrito recomienda que se considere un uniforme estándar de camisa/blusa blanca y pantalón/falda azul marino, para facilitar el movimiento estudiantil de una escuela a otra dentro del Distrito y aumentar la disponibilidad de uniformes, pero las escuelas son responsables del color de los uniformes seleccionados. La Mesa Directiva debe aprobar todos los planes escolares.

 

La escuela publicará su plan en documentos para alumnos y padres al principio de cada año escolar para asegurar que los padres y los alumnos estén claramente informados de los requisitos de vestimenta y arreglo.

 

Determinación de colores y normas

 

En la Escuela Roosevelt, los alumnos pueden usar ropa de color azul marino, roja, blanca, y khaki (caqui).

 

1.0              Modelo de vestimenta para mujeres:

·         Camisas/blusas lisas, con mangas y collar, metidas completamente en la cintura (no ablusadas)

·         Faldas, falda pantalón, skorts, Bermudas, vestidos con mangas y collar, jumpers, o pantalones; no pantalones de mezclilla

·         Suéter, chamarra o sudadera lisa

·         Calcetines/medias azul marino o blanco (a la rodilla o más abajo)

·         Se permiten chalecos azul marino cuando van sobre una blusa/camisa

 

2.0              Modelo de vestimenta para varones:

·         Camisas lisas, con mangas y collar, metidas completamente en la cintura

·         Pantalones o Bermuda shorts con cinturilla no más alta de dos pulgadas; no pantalones de mezclilla

·         Suéter, chamarra o sudadera lisa

·         Calcetines azul marino o blanco (a media pantorrilla o más abajo)

·         Se permiten chalecos azul marino cuando van sobre una camisa

 

3.0       Directrices generales de vestimenta escolar:

1.      La ropa debe estar libre de rasgones, roturas, hoyos, etc.

2.      La ropa no debe ser demasiado grande.

3.      Los pantalones deben quedar, no ser demasiado grandes y tener dobladillo.

4.      Los calcetines no se subirán hasta alcanzar la parte inferior de los shorts.

5.      No debe haber ninguna inicial, insignia, imágenes o logotipos visibles en la ropa, excepto logotipos escolares.

6.      Se deben usar zapatos en todo momento, y deben ser cerrados. No se usarán puntas de acero o botas vaqueras.

7.      No se permiten agujetas de colores o gruesas, ni guantes negros.

8.      No se permiten bandanas, redes para el cabello ni gorritas (beanies). Solo alumnos que tengan aprobación del director/a debido a razones médicas o religiosas pueden tener una excepción. Se permite usar capuchas sobre la cabeza afuera durante tiempo inclemente.

9.      No se usarán sombreros ni gorras dentro. No se permiten gorras de béisbol aparte de las que otorga la escuela.

10. La joyería visible se limita a pequeños relojes, anillos, collares y brazaletes; los aretes deben ser un pequeño pendiente de bolita o un aro más pequeño que una moneda de diez centavos. No se permiten carteras con cadena o joyería en picos o filosa.

11. No se permite grafiti o eslóganes de pandillas en mochilas o bolsas.

12. No se permiten camisetas con connotaciones de pandillas, drogas, grafiti o sexuales, que incluyen OC o SA en letras de inglés antiguo.

13. No se permiten jerseys o camisetas con logotipos de equipos.

14. No se permiten hebillas con logotipos o iniciales (ni nada relacionado con armas, drogas o de una naturaleza sexual).

15. El cabello estará limpio y bien arreglado. No se pueden poner aerosol en el cabello de ningún color que escurra al estar mojado.

 

 

La escuela puede declarar ocasionalmente un “día de espíritu escolar”, cuando los alumnos pueden escoger usar camisetas con el logotipo escolar, camisetas de espíritu escolar o camisetas de actividades especiales.

 

4.0                    Los padres que decidan que sus hijos no usen uniformes pueden quedar exentos de esta norma mediante:

a) solicitar una hoja de exención de la dirección escolar local;

b) llenar la solicitud; y

c) presentarla al administrador designado en la escuela del alumno.

 

Cualquier alumno que solicite una exención de la Norma de Uniformes Obligatorios deben cumplir el Código de Vestimenta del Distrito previamente establecido (AR 5132).

 

Provisiones de disciplina:

 

5.0                    Ningún alumno será suspendido de clases o de la escuela, expulsado de la escuela, ni se bajarán sus calificaciones como resultado de no acatar la norma de la Mesa Directiva. (AR 5132.5 (b))

 

6.0                    Ningún alumno será considerado en inconformidad con esta norma bajo las instancias siguientes (AR 5132.5 (c)):

·         Cuando el incumplimiento se deba a dificultad financiera

·         Cuando un alumno porte un botón, brazal u otro atavío para ejercer su derecho de libertad de expresión, como lo permite el Código Educativo 48907, a menos que el botón, brazal u otro atavío signifique o esté relacionado con pandillas, ser miembro de pandillas o actividad de pandillas, según se explica en el Código Educativo 35183

·         Cuando un alumno porte el uniforme de una organización juvenil con reconocimiento nacional, como Boy Scouts o Girl Scouts, en los días de sus sesiones ordinarias

·         Cuando un alumno porte un logotipo adoptado por la escuela en días designados

·         Cuando el padre o tutor de un alumno ha recibido una exención de la norma de uniformes al seguir el procedimiento prescrito

·         Cuando el director/a de la escuela autorice un día de vestimenta especial

 

 

Medidas disciplinarias adecuadas:

 

·         Si un alumno/a no está acatando la Norma de uniformes, el maestro/a del salón o su representante hablará con el alumno/a para averiguar la razón de su incumplimiento. Si el maestro/a determina que el asunto amerita comunicación con los padres, puede remitir dicha inquietud a la administración escolar.

·         El director/a repasará la norma con el alumno/a y el padre o tutor para asegurarse de que entienden claramente las expectativas de la norma, para explicar el procedimiento de exención y para dar al padre o tutor la opción de ayudar a su hijo/a a cumplir con la norma o exentar al alumno de la misma.

·         Remisión al consejero escolar, psicólogo, trabajador social, personal de CWA o a otro personal de apoyo escolar para gestión del caso y consejería.

·         Camisetas, pantalones y uniformes de repuesto

·         Camisetas de espíritu escolar

·         Pérdida de privilegios adecuada y gradual

·         Proyectos de embellecimiento del plantel

·         Contrato de conducta

·         Servicio comunitario

 

Dress and Grooming Guidelines

(Based on BP/AR 5132)

 

The Governing Board believes that appropriate dress and grooming contribute to a productive learning environment. Students’ clothing must not present a health or safety hazard or a distraction, which would interfere with the educational process.  (cf. 4119.22 – Dress and Grooming) (cf.  5132.5  - K-8 Mandatory Uniform Dress)  ( cf. 5145.2 – Freedom of Speech/Expression Publications Code).  BP 5132 (a)

 

In cooperation with teachers, students and parents/guardians, the principal or designee shall establish school rules governing student dress and grooming which are consistent with law, district policy and regulations.  These school dress codes will be regularly reviewed.  (cf. 0420- School Plans/Site Councils)

 

Students and parents/guardians shall be informed about dress and grooming standards at the beginning of the school year and whenever these standards are revised.  (cf. 5144 – Discipline)

 

Each school shall allow students to wear sun-protective clothing, including but not limited to hats, for outdoor use during the school day.  (Education Code 35183.5).

 

In addition the following shall apply to all regular school activities:

 

1.      Socks will not be pulled up to meet bottom of shorts.

2.      Shoes must be worn at all times.  Shoes must be enclosed.  Sandals must have heel straps. Flip-flops or backless shoes are not acceptable.

3.      Bandanas and black gloves are not permitted.

4.      Hats and caps shall not be worn indoors, only school issued baseball caps are allowed.  No beanies.

5.      No hoodies worn over head except outdoors in inclement weather.

6.      Any clothing, jewelry, and personal items (backpacks, gym bags, water bottles, etc.) shall be free of writing, pictures, initials or any other insignia which are crude, vulgar, profane or sexually suggestive, which bear drug, alcohol or tobacco company advertising, promotions and likeness, or which advocate racial, ethnic or religious prejudice or depict initials, OC or SA in old English lettering.  No sharp or spiked jewelry is allowed.

7.      No belt buckles with logos or initials (including anything related to weapons, drugs, or of a sexual nature) are allowed.

8.      No wallet chains.

9.      Jerseys or shirts with team logos are not allowed.

10. Clothes shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times.  See-through or fish-net fabrics, halter tops, off-the-shoulder or low-cut tops, bare midriffs, and skirts or shorts shorter than mid-thigh are prohibited.

11. Gym shorts may not be worn in classes other than physical education.

12. Hair shall be clean and neatly groomed.  Hair may not be sprayed by any coloring that would drip when wet.

 

Coaches and teachers may impose more stringent dress requirements to accommodate the special needs of certain sports and/or classes.  (cf.3260 – Fees and Charges.)


Gang-related Apparel:

 

At individual schools that have a dress code prohibiting gang related apparel at school or school activities, the principal, staff, parents/guardians and community-based crime prevention organization participating in the development of the school safety plan shall define “gang-related apparel” and shall limit this definition to apparel that reasonably could be determined to threaten the health and safety of the school environment if it were worn or displaced on the school campus.  (Education Code 35294.1)

 

Because gang-related symbols are constantly changing, definitions of gang-related apparel shall be reviewed at least once each semester and updated whenever related information is received.

 

Discipline Provisions:

 

·         BP 5132 (a):  Students who violate these standards shall be subject to appropriate disciplinary action.

 

·         AR 5132:  School rules are consistent is with law, district policy and regulations.

 

Appropriate Disciplinary Action:

 

·         Conference between school personnel, the pupil’s parent or guardian, and the pupil.

·         Referral to school counselor, psychologist, social worker, CWA personnel or other school support service personnel for case management and counseling.

·         Spare shirts and pants and uniforms

·         Spirit shirts

·         Campus beautification projects

·         Behavior Contract

·         Community Service

·         Appropriate and gradual loss of privileges for repeat offenders after utilizing and documenting other means of correction

 

 

Directrices de Vestimenta y Arreglo

(Basadas en BP/AR 5132)

 

La Mesa Directiva cree que la vestimenta y el arreglo adecuados contribuyen a un ambiente de aprendizaje productivo. La ropa de los alumnos no debe presentar un peligro de salud o seguridad, o ser una distracción, que interfiera con el proceso educativo. (cf. 4119.22 – Vestimenta y arreglo) (cf. 5132.5 - K-8 Vestimenta Uniforme Obligatoria) (cf. 5145.2 – Código de publicaciones de libertad de expresión). BP 5132 (a)

 

En cooperación con maestros, alumnos y padres/tutores, el director o su representante establecerá reglas escolares sobre la vestimenta y arreglo estudiantil, que sean consistentes con la ley, y la norma y regulaciones del distrito. Estos códigos de vestimenta escolares se revisarán con regularidad. (cf. 0420- Planes escolares/ Consejos escolares)

 

Los alumnos y padres/tutores serán informados acerca de las normas de vestimenta y arreglo al comienzo del año escolar y cuando se revisen estas normas. (cf. 5144 – Disciplina)

 

Cada escuela permitirá a los alumnos usar ropa que proteja del sol —que incluye, en parte, sombreros— para ser usada afuera durante el día escolar. (Código Educativo 35183.5).

 

Además, lo siguiente aplica a todas las actividades escolares regulares:

 

1.      No se subirán los calcetines para que toquen la parte inferior de los shorts.

2.      Se deben usar zapatos en todo momento. Los zapatos deben ser cerrados. Las sandalias deben tener correa en el talón. No se permiten chanclas o zapatos sin parte posterior.

3.      No se permiten bandanas/paliacates/pañuelos de cabeza ni guantes negros.

4.      No se usarán sombreros ni gorras dentro, sólo se permiten gorras de béisbol de la escuela. No se permiten gorritas (beanies).

5.      No se permiten capuchas sobre la cabeza, excepto afuera y en tiempo inclemente.

6.      Toda ropa, joyas y objetos personales (mochilas, bolsas de gimnasio, botellas de agua, etc.) estarán libres de palabras, imágenes, iniciales o cualquier otra insignia que sea grosera, vulgar, profana o insinuante, que tenga promociones, anuncios o semejanzas de compañías de tabaco, alcohol o drogas, o que promueva prejuicios raciales, étnicos o religiosos, o tenga iniciales, OC o SA en letras de inglés antiguo. No se permiten joyas filosas o con picos.

7.      No se permiten hebillas con logotipos o iniciales (ni nada relacionado con armas, drogas o de una naturaleza sexual).

8.      No se permiten carteras con cadena.

9.      No se permiten jerseys o camisetas con logotipos de equipos.

10. La ropa será suficiente para cubrir las prendas interiores en todo momento. Se prohíben telas transparentes o de red, blusa de cuello halter, blusas sin hombro, escotadas o sin torso, y faldas o shorts más arriba de la mitad del muslo.

11. No se pueden usar los shorts de gimnasio en clases que no sean de educación física.

12. El cabello estará limpio y bien arreglado. No se pueden poner aerosol en el cabello de ningún color que escurra al estar mojado.

 

Los entrenadores y maestros pueden imponer requisitos de vestimenta más rigurosos para satisfacer las necesidades especiales de ciertos deportes y/o clases. (cf.3260 – Cuotas y cobros.)

 

Vestuario relacionado con pandillas:

 

En escuelas en particular que tienen un código de vestimenta que prohíbe vestuario relacionado con pandillas en la escuela y en actividades escolares, el director/a, personal, padres/tutores y organizaciones comunitarias participantes de prevención de crímenes definirán “vestuario relacionado con pandillas” y limitarán esta definición a vestuario que se puede determinar, de manera razonable, que amenaza la salud y seguridad del ambiente escolar si se usase o desplegase en el plantel escolar. (Código Educativo 35294.1)

 

Debido a que los símbolos relacionados con pandillas están cambiando constantemente, se revisarán las definiciones de vestuario relacionado con pandillas cuando menos una vez por semestre y se actualizarán cuando se reciba información relacionada.

 

Provisiones de disciplina:

 

·         BP 5132 (a): Los alumnos que infrinjan estas normas estarán sujetos a las medidas disciplinarias adecuadas.

 

·         AR 5132: Las reglas escolares son consistentes con la ley, y las normas y regulaciones del distrito.

 

Medidas disciplinarias adecuadas:

 

·         Conferencia entre el personal escolar, el padre o tutor del alumno y el alumno/a.

·         Remisión al consejero escolar, psicólogo, trabajador social, personal de CWA o a otro personal de apoyo escolar para gestión del caso y consejería.

·         Camisetas, pantalones y uniformes de repuesto

·         Camisetas de espíritu escolar

·         Proyectos de embellecimiento del plantel

·         Contrato de conducta

·         Servicio comunitario

·         Pérdida de privilegios adecuada y gradual para reincidentes, luego de utilizar y documentar otras medidas de corrección