Valdosta City School District

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K-5 Mandatory Uniform Policy Updates

As listed upon adoption, students will not be considered non-compliant if the non-compliance is derived from financial hardship. Additionally, a student may wear the uniform of a nationally recognized youth organization, such as Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts, on regular meeting days.  And finally, the school's administration can and will authorize special dress days throughout the school year.  
The following information has been added for appropriate consequences from non-compliance: 

Appropriate Consequences for non-compliance:

  • If a student is not following the Uniform Dress Policy, the classroom teacher or designee will contact the parent to ascertain the reason for the non-compliance. If the classroom teacher determines that the issue is one that warrants the involvement of an administrator, then that teacher may refer the concern to the school’s administration.

First offense: The principal or designee will review the policy with the parent to make sure that they clearly understand the policy expectations and give the parent the option of bringing the student the appropriate uniform attire.

Second offense: The principal or designee will notify the parent to bring the student appropriate uniform attire.

Third offense: The principal or designee will inform the parent that the student will be assigned to ISS until appropriate uniform attire is brought to the school.

Please note, further offenses of non-compliance will result in the Progressive Discipline plan being followed, resulting in either more days of ISS or out of school suspension.

Complete Dress Code Policy

Dress Code Policy Page 1 Dress Code Policy Page 2