uniform dress policy
The Horizon Program has in place a “uniform dress policy” that all students must follow. In addition to following the Barrow County School System dress policy, students must wear a collared shirt (tucked in at the waist and buttoned up to the collarbone) in one of the following solid colors: white or black. Students must wear solid khaki pants (extending to the ankle, worn at the waist, and fastened with an appropriate belt), and closed-toed shoes. Undergarments should not be visible. In addition, there shall be no unnatural hair colors. No piercings are permitted except in the ears. Jackets may be worn. No head coverings (including hoods on sweatshirts) are allowed inside the building.
The Horizon Program administration reserves the right to alter the student dress code as circumstances dictate. Students who meet the Horizon Program expectations will earn PBIS points. Students will have the opportunity to use their PBIS points to purchase “dress down” allowing them the option to wear clothing of their choice so long as it complies with the BCSS dress code.
All students will need to be in the appropriate uniform at the beginning of their placement. This gives families the opportunity to obtain any necessary uniform items. Clothing vouchers are available to families in need. Please consult our counselor for further information.
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