Children who dress for success do better in school, so students should come to school clean and ready to learn & play.
Students are encouraged to wear “Dearborn Dolphin Spirit Wear” or school colors on Mondays and Fridays, and class/grade level shirts on Wednesdays.
Clothing and accessories may not have pictures or writing pertaining to drugs, gangs, or alcohol. They may not feature derogatory, offensive, vulgar, suggestive or profane messages or images.
Shoes that fully cover the feet are required. Flip flops, sandals, crocs, slip-ons, jellies, platform soles and heels are not allowed. Shoes with wheels or backless shoes are never permitted for safety reasons.
Halter tops, muscle shirts tank tops with less than 2” straps, backless, strapless tops, spaghetti straps or bare midriffs are not permitted.
All shorts and skirts must not be shorter than fingertip length when the arm is extended downward.
Hats may not be worn inside, but may be worn outside. Baseball caps are never to be worn backwards.
Baggy, oversized clothing must not be worn. “Baggy” pants are those that will not stay up without a belt
Students must not wear dangling or hoop earrings, or any jewelry that may be unsafe or distracting.
Tattoos and body piercing other than for earrings may not be visible.
Hairstyles should be appropriate for school. Students should not have hair that may be a distraction in class.
Makeup may not be worn by students.
The school will have the final say regarding the interpretation and enforcement of the dress code.