Student Dress Code

Students on school property or attending any school-sponsored event shall be dressed and groomed in a manner that reflects good taste and decency and will not distract from or interfere with the instructional program, the general moral, or the image of Windsor Middle School.

  • Masks will be optional for those who want to wear them. Our expectation is that staff or students will be treated respectfully whether they choose to wear a mask or not. 

  • Students are not permitted to wear hats, bandanas or any other head covering, including having the hood up on a shirt or sweatshirt.

  • Clothing must cover underwear, midriff, buttocks, lower back, and chest (covered when standing upright). Tank tops, spaghetti straps, or strapless tops are not allowed to be worn in school. Exposed back and low necklines are not acceptable for school.

  • Clothing made of see through materials or torn clothing may not expose underwear, midriff, lower back, or chest.

  • Short shorts and short skirts are not allowed in school during the school day. Skirts and shorts must be at least mid-thigh length (fingertip rule).

  • Shoes must be worn at all times.

  • Clothing that displays profanity, gang references, sexual innuendos, and drug, tobacco, or alcohol references will not be permitted.

  • Any jewelry or accessories that could be used as a weapon will not be allowed (i.e. spikes, etc.).

  • Clothing that is pre-approved for a school sport or organization will be allowed with administrative permission.

Students who choose to violate the dress code will be asked to turn their shirt inside out, put on other clothes, or remove the unacceptable item. If a student does not have a substitute item of clothing, when possible, one will be provided by Windsor Middle School; otherwise, students must call parents to bring clothing to the school or be sent home. Failure to comply or multiple violations may result in disciplinary action(s).