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Hart High Code of Conduct and Dress Code

Hart High School believes that appropriate dress and grooming contribute to a productive learning environment. Students are expected to give proper attention to personal cleanliness and to wear clothes that are suitable for the school activities in which they participate. Students’ appearance must not present a health or safety hazard or a distraction, which would interfere with the educational process.
 

DRESS CODE (EC 35183)
CÓDIGO DE VESTIMENTA GENERAL (CE 35183)
 
The Governing Board believes that appropriate dress and grooming contribute to a productive
learning environment. The Board expects students to give proper attention to personal
cleanliness and to wear clothes that are suitable for the school activities in which they
participate. Students’ clothing must not present a health or safety hazard or a distraction which
would interfere with the educational process. When gangs constitute a danger to students, the
superintendent or designee may restrict student dress and grooming as necessary to
comply with Board policy related to gang activity.

In accordance with education code 35183.5, each school site shall allow for outdoor use during
the school day, articles of sun-protective clothing, including, but not limited to, hats. Each school
site may set a policy related to the type of sun protective clothing, including, but not limited to,
hats, that pupils will be allowed to use outdoors. Specific clothing and hats determined by the
School District or school site to be gang-related or inappropriate apparel may be prohibited by
the dress code policy. Each school site shall allow pupils the use of sunscreen during
the school day without a physician’s note or prescription. Each school site may set a policy
related to the use of sunscreen of pupils during the school day.

Students are expected to dress appropriately and be well groomed as contributing members of
a productive learning environment. Students are expected to give proper attention to personal
cleanliness and to wear clothes that are suitable for the school activities in which they
participate.

The dress code is gender neutral and the schools will strive to enforce it consistently among all
students. Minimum Safe Attire, Student attire and grooming must permit the student to
participate in learning without posing a risk to the health or safety of any student or school
district personnel.

1. Students must wear clothing that completely covers the chest, torso, undergarments,
private areas, and bottom.
2. Shirts, tops, and dresses must have straps.
3. Clothes must be suitable for any scheduled course that may have unique hazards or
require specialized safety gear.
4. Safe footwear must be worn.
5. Students will not wear clothing or accessories that depict or advocate for violence,
criminal activity, alcohol or drug use, pornography, hate speech, or gang-related activity
(including professional sports wear and colors identified by the Santa Clarita Sheriff as
gang affiliated).
6. Clothing and accessories will not violate the Wm. S. Hart UHSD anti-discrimination
policy.
7. Students may not wear clothing or accessories that obscure the face with the exception
of approved religious items.
 
CÓDIGO DE VESTIMENTA GENERAL (CE 35183)
 
El Consejo de Administración cree que la vestimenta y el aseo personal adecuados contribuyen
a un entorno de aprendizaje productivo. El Consejo espera que los alumnos presten la debida
atención a su aseo personal y que lleven la ropa adecuada para las actividades escolares en
las que participan. La vestimenta de los alumnos no debe suponer un peligro para la salud o la
seguridad ni una distracción que interfiera en el proceso educativo. Cuando las pandillas
constituyan un peligro para los alumnos, el superintendente o la persona designada podrán
restringir la vestimenta y el aseo de los alumnos según sea necesario para cumplir con la política de la Junta relacionada con la actividad de las pandillas.

De acuerdo con el código de educación 35183.5, cada sitio escolar deberá permitir el uso al
aire libre durante el día escolar, de artículos de ropa que protejan del sol, incluyendo, pero no
limitado a, sombreros. Cada sitio escolar puede establecer una política relacionada con el tipo
de ropa protectora contra el sol, incluyendo, pero no limitado a, sombreros, que los alumnos se
les permitirá usar al aire libre. Ropa y sombreros específicos determinados por el Distrito
Escolar o el sitio escolar como ropa relacionada con pandillas o inapropiada pueden ser
prohibidos por la política del código de vestimenta. Cada centro escolar permitirá a los alumnos
el uso de protector solar durante el día escolar sin una nota o prescripción médica. Cada centro escolar podrá establecer una política relacionada con el uso de protección solar de los alumnos durante la
jornada escolar.

Se espera que los alumnos se vistan adecuadamente y estén bien arreglados como miembros
que contribuyen a un entorno de aprendizaje productivo. Se espera que los alumnos presten la
debida atención a su aseo personal y que lleven la ropa adecuada para las actividades
escolares en las que participan.

El código de vestimenta es neutro en cuanto al género y las escuelas se esforzarán por
aplicarlo de forma coherente entre todos los estudiantes. Vestimenta mínima segura, La
vestimenta y el aseo personal de los estudiantes deben permitirles participar en el aprendizaje
sin que supongan un riesgo para la salud o la seguridad de cualquier estudiante o del personal
del distrito escolar.

1. Los estudiantes deben usar ropa que cubra completamente el pecho, el torso, la ropa
interior, las áreas privadas y el trasero.
2. las camisas, tops y vestidos deben tener tirantes.
3. La ropa debe ser adecuada para cualquier curso programado que pueda tener peligros
únicos o que requiera equipo de seguridad especializado.
4. Se debe llevar un calzado seguro.
5. Los alumnos no llevarán ropa o accesorios que representen o hagan apología de la
violencia, la actividad delictiva, el consumo de alcohol o drogas, la pornografía, la incitación
al odio o la actividad relacionada con las pandillas (incluida la ropa deportiva profesional y
los colores identificados por el Sheriff de Santa Clarita como afiliados a pandillas).
6. La ropa y los accesorios no violarán la política antidiscriminatoria de Wm. S. Hart UHSD.
7. Los alumnos no podrán usar ropa o accesorios que oculten el rostro, con la excepción de
artículos religiosos aprobados.
 
The following rules regarding electronics and personal transportation devices shall apply during regular school hours:
  1. The student use of electronics is prohibited within the classroom. Electronics includes, but is not limited to, MP3 players, walkmans, PDAs, cell phones, and improperly used calculators.
  2. The recording of a teacher, staff member, or student, without their consent, is a violation of the California Educational Code. Any student participating in such action will be subject to an appropriate consequence.
  3. No laser lights of any kind are permitted on campus at any time. Penal Code Section 417.27 prohibits the possession of laser pointers on elementary and secondary campuses.
  4. Skateboards, in-line skates, scooters, and/or bikes are not permitted on campus at any time.

Violations of the Dress Code or Improper use of Electronics
  1. School personnel have the responsibility to confiscate electronics when used in the classroom. Skateboards, bikes, scooters, in-line skates, and laser lights may be confiscated at any time.
  2. Confiscated items, clearly labeled with the name of the owner, should be brought to the office where they will be released to the student or a parent.
  3. Refer to the discipline matrix for consequences concerning any of the above rule violations.
  4. Students who refuse to surrender items that are in violation of the dress code will be subject to disciplinary actions for defiance.
  5. The staff is not responsible for loss or theft of items that are confiscated.

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