Rules and Procedures
STUDENT DRESS CODE
All clothing should be in good repair. Slits or tears in the seam or hems are unacceptable. Clothing should always be neat and clean. Students must maintain good personal hygiene.
Students shall not wear clothes and/or other articles which:
Dress code issues deemed as disruptive to the school environment, but not stated in the dress code, shall be communicated to the parents and students and enforced at the site. Administration has final authority in determining clothing appropriateness.
It is the purpose of this dress code to set a minimum standard of dress for students attending Oak Tree Learning Center. The standard for dress and grooming will emphasize to the students that our school is a place of business concerned with the education and safety of young people. We encourage parents to cooperate and support us.
Students may not bring a change of clothes to school so that they can change into another set of clothing after school unless prearranged verbally and in writing by the parent/guardian and administration.
Students who persist in violating the dress code may be suspended in accordance with the legal provisions. STUDENTS MUST BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE DRESS CODE TO ATTEND CLASS AND STUDENTS WILL BE GIVEN ONE OPPORTUNITY TO CORRECT THE DRESS CODE VIOLATION BEFORE HAVING DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS IMPOSED AGAINST THEM.
Policies Regarding Food on Campus:
Oak Tree promotes good nutritional habits and campus cleanliness. Students may bring lunch items if desired, however, students may not bring carbonated beverages, gum, or candy to school. Individual sized bags of chips may be brought, but large bags and other food items from home may not be brought and “shared” with other students, per California Education Code.
Last Modified on December 12, 2006