Davis Dress Code
Students are required to use good judgment, to respect themselves and others, and to demonstrate modesty in selecting attire. Shoes (that enable full participation in physical activities) should be worn at all times.
Examples of inappropriate dress shall include, but not be limited to:
- Improperly fitting clothing: baggy pants, over-sized shirts, elongated armholes, overly tight garments, and clothes that improperly expose body parts
- Tops that are strapless or backless, spaghetti straps, or have low-cut necklines
- Shorts and skirts that are short enough to be distracting (above mid-thigh)
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