Dress and Grooming
The responsibility for the dress of students rests with the parent, the student, and the school. Any student who wears clothes at school that could cause a safety hazard, be a disruption to the learning environment, or violates Brixnerís dress code, will be asked to change clothes.
Drawing or painting on face, hands, arms, clothes, etc. is a disruption and will not be permitted.
Lewd and suggestive statements on clothing, metal spikes, metal chains, tank tops, bare midriffs, sleeveless shirts, and short-shorts are not allowed at Brixner. The length of skirts or shorts must extend beyond the relaxed hand with arms extended at the studentís side. Clothing that allows undergarments to be seen is not permitted. Any items with logos advertising tobacco, drugs, alcohol, gang affiliated, or subjects deemed inappropriate are prohibited. Student dress should be appropriate for the weather. Hats and other head wear, heavy coats and bags are to be kept in the studentsí lockers during school, though light jackets will be allowed. Students are not to take hats on school-sponsored trips. Please see the Klamath County School Districtís "Student Rights and Responsibilities" handbook for the complete policy statement.