Donnie Brown
Principal

Tony Stukes
Assistant Principal



8624 W. Crystal St.
Crystal River, FL 34428
352.795.2211
352.249.2109 (Fax)

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PTO
Students will dress in attire which does not distract from the learning process or the educational environment.

  • Clothing should cover and conceal all body parts. e.g. midriff, back, shoulders, (2" or wider straps minimum) chest legs to mid-thigh or longer. 
  • Clothing should cover all undergarments. 
  • Shorts, Skirts, or pants should be worn at the natural waste line. 
  • Attire should not be sexually suggestive. 
  • Attire should not illustrate, enhance, or depict tobacco/alcohol/drugs; nor have offensive, racial, satanic, gang-related, sexual, or violent messages or images. 
  • Attire should contribute to the health and safety of all students and staff (jewelry, shoes, accessories, hair color, hair styles must be free of conditions that could be considered hazardous or disruptive). - ROLLER SHOES (Heelies) are NOT ALLOWED! 
  • Accessories such as, but not limited too, spiked neck and wristbands, and wallet chains are not permissible.  
  • Blankets used for jackets and sleepwear (pajamas, house slippers, are not allowed) 
  • Hats and distracting head covers should not be worn in designated school areas at any time. 
 
Clothing 
The following administrative guidelines must be followed by all students when wearing shorts, skirts, and dresses. 
  • Length of skirt, shorts, and dresses must be mid-thigh or longer when standing. 
  • Shorts, skirts, and dresses that are too tight or loose will not be permitted. (bicycle shorts, aerobic shorts, etc.) 
  • Shorts, skirts, and dresses must be hemmed. 
  • Pants that are too tight, loose, or baggy, or too long will not be permitted.  
Violation of Dress Code 
 Any student violating the student dress code may be sent home to change, or the parent may be asked to bring a change of clothes to the school for the student. Any absence caused by a Student Dress Code violation will be an unexcused absence for each day missed. A violation may also result in suspension.