Naco Elementary School District No. 23

1911 W. Valenzuela Street, Naco, Arizona

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4 days ago

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Irasema Cariño Hernandez

Elvia Mendezm

Dear Parents/ Guardians/ & Students,

With feedback from our site council, staff,  parents/guardians, and students, it was determined that we will be ending our uniform requirements for students for this school year. By all means, a parent/guardian can continue to choose to dress their children in the school uniform, but again, it is not a requirement.  What are the student attire requirements?  I have listed our new policy.  After reviewing the policy, please dont hesitate to contact the school for any clarifying questions.  

Sincerely,

Mr. Taylor
Superintendent 

Policy © 5-302 Student Attire

Student attire may be regulated as necessary and appropriate to maintain order and decorum within the educational system and to avoid material and substantial interference with schoolwork or discipline.
Prohibited Attire-- Attire may be prohibited when it:
Significantly interferes with the Districts ability to maintain order; such as disrupting schoolwork, school programs and activities, creates disorder, or prevents any student(s) from achieving educational objectives.
Affects the health or safety of students, personnel or visitors.
Conveys affiliation with a criminal street gang.
Exposes the wearers midriff, undergarments, or undergarment areas.
Contains or conveys obscene language, symbols or messages.
Promotes or depicts the unlawful use of alcohol, tobacco, or drugs.
Violates the constitutional rights of any other person(s).
Is inconsistent with or prohibited by the course, program, or activity.
Religious Attire
The District does not discriminate against students or parents/legal guardians on the basis of religious viewpoint or expression. Students may wear clothing, accessories and/or jewelry (attire) displaying religious messages or symbols in the same manner and to the same extent that other types of attire are permitted.
Student and Parent/Legal Guardian Complaints
Students or parents/legal guardians may challenge a District decision on religious attire by submitting a written complaint pursuant to Policy 5-301 (Student Freedom of Expression).
Tribal Attire at Graduation Ceremony
The District does not prohibit any student who is an enrolled member of a federally recognized Indian tribe from wearing traditional tribal regalia or objects of cultural significance (tribal objects) at the students graduation ceremony.

Dear Parents/ Guardians/ & Students,

With feedback from our site council, staff, parents/guardians, and students, it was determined that we will be ending our uniform requirements for students for this school year. By all means, a parent/guardian can continue to choose to dress their children in the school uniform, but again, it is not a requirement. What are the student attire requirements? I have listed our new policy. After reviewing the policy, please don't hesitate to contact the school for any clarifying questions.

Sincerely,

Mr. Taylor
Superintendent

Policy © 5-302 Student Attire

Student attire may be regulated as necessary and appropriate to maintain order and decorum within the educational system and to avoid material and substantial interference with schoolwork or discipline.
Prohibited Attire-- Attire may be prohibited when it:
Significantly interferes with the District's ability to maintain order; such as disrupting schoolwork, school programs and activities, creates disorder, or prevents any student(s) from achieving educational objectives.
Affects the health or safety of students, personnel or visitors.
Conveys affiliation with a criminal street gang.
Exposes the wearer's midriff, undergarments, or undergarment areas.
Contains or conveys obscene language, symbols or messages.
Promotes or depicts the unlawful use of alcohol, tobacco, or drugs.
Violates the constitutional rights of any other person(s).
Is inconsistent with or prohibited by the course, program, or activity.
Religious Attire
The District does not discriminate against students or parents/legal guardians on the basis of religious viewpoint or expression. Students may wear clothing, accessories and/or jewelry ("attire") displaying religious messages or symbols in the same manner and to the same extent that other types of attire are permitted.
Student and Parent/Legal Guardian Complaints
Students or parents/legal guardians may challenge a District decision on religious attire by submitting a written complaint pursuant to Policy 5-301 (Student Freedom of Expression).
Tribal Attire at Graduation Ceremony
The District does not prohibit any student who is an enrolled member of a federally recognized Indian tribe from wearing traditional tribal regalia or objects of cultural significance ("tribal objects") at the student's graduation ceremony.
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Irasema Cariño Hernandez

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