LISD Dress Code Administrative Rules
The following guidelines are established as a point of reference for parents, students and
administrators in regards to dress. All students must be clean and neatly groomed. The
administration reserves the right to determine any inappropriate dress that it feels is
disruptive to the school environment.
• Student’s hair, by nature of the style or color, shall not tend to create a distraction.
• Students may not wear the following: tongue rings, lip rings, eyebrow rings, ear gauges,
spacers, facial jewelry such as hoops or rings, or facial decorations. Students may,
however, wear one small nose stud.
• Caps, hats, sweatbands, bandannas, hair rollers, hair curlers, and other similar hair
grooming items, shall not be worn by male or female students in the school building.
• Students may not wear clothing that advertises by name or symbol any products that are
not permitted in schools, including, but not limited to the following: drugs, alcohol,
profanity or suggestive slogans, tobacco, obscenity, violence or gangs.
• Male students may wear long pants of appropriate length or shorts of appropriate length,
at or about mid-thigh or longer, at the natural waistline.
• Female students may wear long pants of appropriate length, skirts or shorts of appropriate
length, at or about mid-thigh or longer.
• Clothing which, in the opinion of the professional staff, would be deemed inappropriate
or offensive for school in general, shall not be allowed, including, but not limited to the
following: mini-skirts, halter or tube tops, split sides, midriffs, bare shoulder tops, seethrough
clothing, fish net tops, or running/spandex shorts.
• Yoga pants, leggings and jeggings may be worn if the shirt tail covers the buttocks.
• All students must wear appropriate, non-visible undergarments.
• For health reasons, students are required to wear shoes appropriate for the school setting.
House shoes or slippers are not appropriate for school. Flip flops are not appropriate for
• Tattoos must not be visible during the school day.