Dress Code

At Ernest Morrow School, we believe that students are perfectly capable of picking out clothes for school. Students are welcome to wear hats in common areas of the building. Students are to check with the classroom teachers as to whether or not they allow hats inside their classrooms. The one requirement we have is that students not wear clothing that depicts images of things that are illegal or in poor taste for young adults to have or do. Examples include profanity or images of drugs. Students need to be dressed appropriately to go outside every day at lunch and to participate in Physical Education class

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