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Rogers Policy Statement

Below is the Will Rogers College Middle and High School School Dress Codes. This policy is based on Tulsa Public Schools’ School Board Student Dress Code Policy 2601 and 2601-R. Please note that this policy provides general guidelines to assist students in making responsible decisions about appropriate school attire. Any omission to this policy does not provide students with a valid excuse for dressing in a manner contrary to or that is not complimentary or respectful of the intent outlined by this Uniform Dress Code. Students who elect not to conform to the dress and grooming rules set forth by Tulsa Public Schools School Board Policy 2601 and 2601-R and the Rogers College Middle and High School Uniform Code will be subject to disciplinary actions and/or sanctions as defined by the Tulsa Public Schools' Behavior Response Plan. Rogers’ administration reserves the authority to determine if any specific individual, garment, or item is non-compliant with the dress code. The administration reserves the right to change this policy, if necessary, to ensure students’ safety.

Student ID (Mandatory)

  • Rogers Student ID (current, valid, and unaltered) must be visibly displayed at all times while on the campus

Tops, Shirts, Sweaters, Hoodies:

  • No low-cut tops for boys or girls. Undergarments must not be exposed
  • The cut of sleeveless garments must not expose undergarments
  • No spaghetti strap or strapless tops. Shoulder straps must be a minimum of the width of two fingers of the person wearing the garment
  • No sheer or thin material that exposes undergarments
  • No excessively large arm holes unless another shirt is worn underneath

Bottoms

  • No excessively baggy pants
  • No sagging
  • No pajama bottoms
  • No sheer or thin material for pants that exposes undergarments
  • No pants/jeans with holes above finger tips. If there are holes above the finger tips, tights or leggings must be worn underneath.
  • No skirts, shorts, or skorts shorter than finger tip length unless opaque tights or leggings are worn underneath.

Dresses

  • No excessively tight, body-con, spandex dresses or clothing
  • No sheer or thin material that exposes. undergarments
  • No dresses shorter than fingertip length unless opaque tights or leggings are worn underneath

Shoes

  • No house shoes, slippers, excessively thin flip-flops

*Bare midriffs, low-cut necklines, off-the-shoulder, or bare backs are prohibited. Garments must be of appropriate length, and must be cute and/or fit to meet these requirements while sitting and/or bending

*We highly encourage our students to wear their Rogers spirit shirt daily to show your Roper pride!

*Due to safety concerns, students will not be assigned lockers

*The fact that something is not specifically listed is not a valid excuse for dressing in a manner that is not complimentary to, or respectful of the intent outlined by this uniform code.

*Students who elect not to conform to the dress and grooming rules set forth by Tulsa Public Schools policy 2601-R will be subject to disciplinary actions and/or sanctions as defined by the Tulsa Public Schools Behavior Response Plan

*Rogers' school administration reserves the authority to determine if an individual's specific clothing item, garment, etc., is not in compliance with the district dress code policy

School Board
Policy Statement

A student’s style of dress and/or grooming may reflect individual preference; however, such preferences must be selected within the constraints of reasonable rules and appropriate standards that are consistent with the maintenance of an effective learning atmosphere and good personal hygiene. The Tulsa Public Schools School Board expects each student’s attire and grooming to promote a positive, safe and healthy environment within the school.

The Board has determined that reasonable regulation of school attire and personal adornment (2601-R, Student Dress Code) is within its authority and consistent with its responsibility to provide an appropriate environment for learning. Although the Board recognizes that individual students have a right to free expression, that right must be balanced with the Board’s responsibility to provide a safe, secure and orderly educational environment for all students.