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DRESS CODE

   Students shall wear appropriate clothing according to the School District of Okaloosa County’s Dress Code.  Refusing to change or a repeated dress code violation would be considered disobedience and will be dealt with according to discipline policies.

1.     Appropriate clothing and footwear must be worn at all times.  Clothing must be worn as designed.  For example, both straps must be fastened and sides buttoned when overalls are worn. Pajama tops and bottoms, with or without pockets, or any similar attire are prohibited.

2.     Minimum length of clothing should reach the middle of the thigh and approach the top of the kneecap.  This includes shorts, skirts, and skorts.  Shirts cannot be longer than the shorts, skirt or skort.

3.     Shirts or blouses must be worn across the shoulder with straps wide enough so that no undergarments are showing.

4.     Midriff cannot be exposed.  When arms are held straight out to the side, no midriff can be exposed.

5.     Skin tight clothing, swimwear, low cut blouses or tops, clothing with cutouts, (including pants with holes above the “middle of the thigh” rule), or any other revealing garments are inappropriate for school.  Leggings/jeggings/yoga pants are permitted as long as the upper garment meets the minimum length for clothing or no curvature of the lower body is exposed when the arms are held straight out to the side.  Leggings worn under pants with holes or cutouts above the “middle of the thigh” rule will not be permitted.

6.     Garments bearing inappropriate slogans or pictures are not permitted.  This includes clothing with alcohol, tobacco, drugs, violence, racial remarks, or sexual connotations.

7.     Tank tops or similar shirts or blouses, when worn without another top, are not permitted.

8.     Jackets, sweaters, or other outer garments cannot cover illegal shirts, dresses, or blouses.

9.     No bandanas, headdresses, hats, or headbands with animal ears are to be worn or brought to school.

10.   Pants will be worn at the waist level.  Sagging is not allowed.  Undergarments should not be visible at any time.  Students are prohibited, while on the grounds of a public school during the regular school day, from wearing clothing that exposes underwear or body parts in an indecent or vulgar manner or that disrupts the orderly learning environment.

11.   Shoes or sandals must be worn at all times.  Due to safety concerns rubber/plastic flip flops and shower shoes are not permitted.  Bedroom slippers are not permitted at any time.

12.   Chains are not permitted. Including wallet chains.

13.   Sunglasses may not be worn on the face or head inside the building.

14.   Extremes in dress or appearance (including hair) are not appropriate for school.  Such extremes in dress or appearance that cause a disruption of school functions are not allowed.

15.   For the safety and protection of our students, body-piercing jewelry which includes nose rings and studs, with the exception of earrings worn in the ears, will not be allowed at school or while participating in any school activity.  

16.   Facial hair must be maintained in a neatly trimmed manner. (Note: Students who voluntarily participate in extracurricular activities may be required to groom themselves in a more moderate fashion during the time that they are participating in the particular activity).

DRESS CODE – PHYSICAL EDUCATION

1.     All students in Physical Education classes must dress out in appropriate attire.

2.     Non-marking tennis shoes and socks of any color.

3.     Jogging pants or sweats may be worn during the winter.

The following items are NOT allowed:  boots, tank tops, sandals, platform shoes, etc.

4.     Wearing of jewelry at PE is highly discouraged due to safety concerns.

DRESS CODE - DANCES

BHS offers two major dances during the school year. Tickets may be purchased in advance and will be sold at the door.  Once a student enters the dance, he/she is the responsibility of the school as long as he/she is at the dance. Once a student leaves the dance, he/she may not re-enter the dance.

·          Homecoming Dance: This is a semi-formal dance that may only be attended by BHS students and a guest.  BHS graduates or guest cannot be younger than 9th grade or older than 20 years of age and must have graduated in good standing. Semi-formal attire is required of all attendees. 

·          Prom: This is a formal dance that can only be attended by BHS students and a guest.  Non-Baker High School attendees cannot be younger than 9th grade or older than 20 years of age and must have graduated in good standing. Formal attire is required of all attendees.

Homecoming and Prom activities require special attire. Guidelines will be strictly enforced.  Students, including guests, not in compliance with Dress Code will not be admitted to the dance and refunds will not be issued. 

·          Homecoming Dance

Ladies:

•       Dresses may be backless as long as they are not cut below the navel.

•       Slits in dresses no higher than mid-thigh (finger-tip length)

•       No plunging necklines.  Cleavage shouldn’t be visible at any time.

•       Shoes must be appropriate for a formal occasion. No “beachy” flip-flops or slippers.

•       Two piece dresses are allowed if the space between top and skirt is less than two inches.  The top must not show any cleavage or have cut outs.

•       The bodice of the dress must not have any fabric cutouts in the cleavage area.  If elsewhere, it must be covered by netting or less than an inch opening.

Gentlemen:

•       Suit, nice shirt (must be tucked in) and dress pants

•       Shoes must be appropriate for a formal occasion. No “beachy” flip-flops or slippers.

•       No Jeans

·          Prom

Ladies:

•       Dresses may be backless as long as they are not cut below the navel.

•       Slits in dresses no higher than mid-thigh (finger-tip length)

•       No plunging necklines.  Cleavage shouldn’t be visible at any time.

•       Shoes must be appropriate for a formal occasion. No “beachy” flip-flops or slippers.

•       Two piece dresses are allowed if the space between top and skirt is less than two inches.  The top must not show any cleavage or have cut outs.

•       The bodice of the dress must not have any fabric cutouts in the cleavage area.  If elsewhere, it must be covered by netting or less than an inch opening.

Gentlemen:

•       Tuxedos or suits

•       Shoes must be appropriate for a formal occasion. No “beachy” flip-flops or slippers.

•       Accessories in keeping with formal wear may be worn.

 

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Regular Day                                    
 First Period            7:35 - 8:30             
 Second Period       8:35 - 9:25            
 Third Period           9:30 - 10:20          
 Fourth Period       10:25 - 11:15          
 HS Lunch             11:15 - 11:45           
 MS Fifth Period    11:20 - 12:10          
 HS Fifth Period     11:50 - 12:40          
 MS Lunch             12:10 - 12:40           
 Sixth Period          12:45 - 1:35            
 Seventh Period       1:40 - 2:30           
Activity Schedule
1ST Period               7:35-8:20
2nd Period               8:25-9:05
3rd Period                9:10-9:50
4th Period                9:55-10:35
5th Period                10:40-11:20
HS Lunch               11:20-11:50
MS 6th Period         11:25-12:05
HS 6th Period          11:55-12:35
MS Lunch               12:05-12:35
7th Period                12:40-1:35
Activity                      1:45-2:20
End of Day                2:20-2:30

 

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