• MSMS Dress Code Policy


  • Per Maize School District, USD 266, the District Dress Code Policy is as follows:


    The following information was copied directly from the
    Maize School District, USD 266, 2018-19 Student Handbook



    USD 266 recognizes that the apparel of the student is primarily the responsibility of the parent.  However, the school will insist upon attire that is conducive to the learning environment. The guidelines listed below are designed to prevent distractions in order to provide an atmosphere that is conducive to learning.  The parent and student are responsible for ensuring that the student is in compliance with all aspects of the policy during the time the student is at school or participating in school related activities. Failure by the student to correct dress code violations may result in disciplinary action.

    Building administrators are the final authority as to whether clothing is or is not in compliance with dress code policy.  All clothing should be modest and appropriate for school.

    The guidelines for appropriate attire are:

    1. Pants, capris, shorts and skirts should be modest and appropriate for school.  Sagging is not allowed. Tight-fitting pants must be covered appropriately.

    2. Shorts or skirt length must extend to the fingertips.

    3. Shirts should be modest and appropriate for school.  Straps must cover undergarments and midriff. No halter tops, spaghetti straps, racer back, off the shoulder, strapless, or one shoulder tops are allowed.

    4. Shoes must be worn at all times.

    5. Headwear, including hats, scarves, bandanas and hoods are not to be worn except on special days as approved by the administration.

    6. Any item that advocates or advertises tobacco, alcoholic beverages, drugs, illegal substances, violence, racist organizations/symbols, gangs, obscenities, nudity or have double meanings are not allowed.

    7. No blankets.