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Uniform Policy

Philosophy

The Terrebonne Parish School Board believes that a mandatory school uniform policy will provide a more secure school environment, promote an atmosphere for greater discipline, and increase learning opportunities for students by removing many of the distractions and connotations associated with various types of clothing.
 

The policy of the School Board shall be that no mode of attire will be considered proper for school wear that distracts from or disrupts classroom and school decorum.  No student shall wear, possess, use, distribute, display or sell any clothing, jewelry, emblem, blade, symbols, sign or other things which are evidence of affiliation with drugs, alcohol, violence or gang-related activities or exhibits profane or obscene language/gestures.  The principals of each school will make the final decision as to what is considered proper or improper dress according to the guidelines provided.  Any substantial complaint concerning the dress code shall be dealt with by the school administration.
 

All students attending Terrebonne Parish Schools are required to adhere to the Board’s mandatory uniform policy.