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Dress Code

Bradford students may not wear clothing or change their appearance in any way that would significantly disrupt the learning process or create the feeling of insecurity in another student. This includes, but is not limited to, prohibited items outlined in the Jeffco Code of Conduct.

Students are not allowed to wear:

  • Clothing that bares the midriff or shows cleavage
  • Hats indoors except on designated days
  • Skirts shorter than the bottom of all fingertips when hands are relaxed at sides
  • Sunglasses indoors
    • Tank tops with straps narrower than the top of the shoulder
  • Straps must be two fingers wide and cover all undergarments.
  • Inappropriate language, messages, or lewd graphics on clothing, including alcohol or tobacco advertising

A student who does not follow the dress code will be asked to call their parent or guardian to bring them a change of clothes or wear clothing donated to the clinic.

Students will be expected to go outside for recess every day except in severe weather. Proper outer clothing and boots should be worn during cold weather.

Students must wear athletic shoes in physical education classes for their safety.

Dress Code Guidance in Jeffco

Responsibility for student dress and appearance generally rests with individual students and their families. Students may wish to express themselves by the manner of their dress and appearance; however, students shall not wear clothing or affect an appearance at school or school-sanctioned activities or events that is disruptive to the educational environment. Jeffco Public Schools standards on student attire are intended to help students focus on schoolwork, reduce discipline problems, and improve school order and safety.

Disciplinary action for violating the student dress code shall include notifying the student of the violation and requiring that the dress or appearance be corrected before the student reenters the classroom, school environment, or school-sanctioned activity or event. At the discretion of the building-level administrator, a family conference may be held. More serious consequences may result from repeated or serious violations.