Interim Head of Upper School Liz Resnick reminded parents and students of the dress code’s parameters and the school’s efforts to ensure that it is implemented in reaction to recent dress code violations, she said in an email Tuesday.
“[The dress code] is in place to ensure the learning environment is a professional one for our students, staff and teachers,” Resnick said in the email.
The dress code prohibits clothing that is revealing or promotes offensive ideals and expects students to be dressed appropriately.
If students violate the rules outlined in the dress code, they will be asked to change into sweatshirts and sweatpants. If they repeatedly ignore the dress code, their parents may be called in for a meeting.