Review Your School Dress Code for Spring

Students disagree about the dress code policy and think it should be changed.

The dress code doesn’t allow us to express our creativity with our clothes,” said, Emilee Blevins, Sophomore.

“Hats should be allowed if we ever have a bad hair day,” said Tyler Hoffman, Senior.

Some students believe that the dress code is fine like it is.

“We come to school to learn; not to show off our clothes,” said Samantha Woods, senior.

“Overall, I think the dress code is fair and students should be happy with what they have,” said Logan Perry sophomore.

Tyler Hoffman and Samantha Woods are adhering to the CHS dress code.

Here is a quick Review of the school dress code:

Hoods cannot be worn.

If leggings are worn, a dress or skirt must be worn that is no shorter than four inches above the knee.

If holes are four inches above the knee in jeans, leggings must be worn under the jeans.

Bedroom slippers are prohibited.

Pajamas and blankets are prohibited.

Tops must have straps wider than two inches.

Shorts, skirts, and dresses can be no shorter than four inches above the knee.

To stay out of the office, please adhere to these rules with the coming seasonal weather changes.