Dress Down Day Information

Jefferson students will have the opportunity to participate in dress down days up to twice a month. Students will pay $1 to be out of uniform with their shirt, $2 for pants, or $3 for the entire outfit. Payment is made to the 1st hour teacher prior to the start of the day. Funds raised for dress down day support our field trips. Students that do not pay will need to wear their school uniform or accept the consequences for being out of uniform. 

Students that choose to participate in dress down day and pay their teacher must adhere to the adopted SBCSC Student Dress Policy. Students that fail to meet these expectations will receive a consequence for not complying with the dress code policy. Dress Down days may be suspended if students continue to be out of compliance.

2018/2019 Dress Down Days
October 12
October 26
November 9
November 20
December 7
December 20
January 18
February 1
February 15
March 1
March 14
March 29
April 12
April 26
May 10
May 24

SBCSC Student Dress Policy (found on the website)

Students are expected to dress appropriately for school.  The responsibility for student dress is that of the student and the parents.  The following guidelines should be followed:

  1. SHORTS-shorts must be at modest lengths, NO shorter that between finger tips and the knee.  NO EXCEPTIONS! (leggings are not a suitable substitute for pants and do not bring out of compliance shorts or skirts into compliance.)

  2. SKIRTS-must be at modest lengths, NO shorter than between finger tips and the knee.

  3. NO ragged, ripped, or sheer items of clothing.

  4. NO sagging shorts, slacks, or jeans, etc., they must fit properly.  Pants are not allowed to be rolled up.

  5. NO pajama pants, tops, or sweatpants.

  6. NO tank tops (athletic or spaghetti strap types), midriffs shirts or tops that fail to cover entire stomach and back area.  Appropriate necklines should also be observed. No sleeveless tops.

  7. NO clothing, jewelry, hairstyles, that exhibit anything related to alcohol, drugs, tobacco, gangs, cults, vulgar language, violent acts, sexual innuendo, etc.

  8. NO hats, bandannas, scarves and/or hair nets are to be worn inside the building or at school functions.

  9. NO unnatural hair colors- blue, green, bright red, pink, etc

  10. NO coats or outerwear, or hooded sweatshirts are to be worn in the classroom or in the cafeteria line.

  11. NO flip-flops, house shoes, slippers, etc. Shoes must have heels and toes covered.

  12. All school bags (book bags and/or gym bags) are to be put in the locker and not carried to class or the cafeteria line.

  13. Socks cannot be worn over pant legs.

Individual school uniform policies may supersede the above.

The administration reserves the right to make final judgement concerning the appropriateness of a student's attire/appearance. The administration will deal with students who do not adhere to the dress code.