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Uniforms

Rogers Policy Statement

Below is the Will Rogers College Junior High and High School School Dress Codes. This policy is based on TPS’ 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 TPS School Board Policy 2601 and 2601-R and the Rogers College Junior High and High School Uniform Code will be subject to disciplinary actions and/or sanctions as defined by the TPS 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.

Junior High

ID Cards

ID cards must always be worn around the neck on a lanyard. IDs are issued to students at the beginning of the school year.  Replacement ID cards cost $4.00.

Logos and Spirit Wear

Large logos and writing on clothing are not allowed except for those associated with Will Rogers College Junior High School.

Spirit Days

Rogers’ Student Council will have a variety of Spirit Days during the school year. In addition to these days, the following spirit days occur weekly:

  • Wednesdays -- Students may wear university or college spirit wear every Wednesday. University or college spirit is subject to review per Tulsa Public Schools dress code policy.
  • Fridays – Students may wear Rogers’ “official” Spirit Wear on Fridays.  Students are not allowed to make their own Rogers’ spirit wear. Rogers’ spirit wear purchased off campus is subject to review per Tulsa Public Schools dress code policy. A true Roper will wear Rogers’ spirit wear each Friday!

Tops

  • Collared shirts (polo, oxford) shall be either plain black, white, grey, blue or yellow. No collarless shirts are allowed. Students may wear a tie or bow tie.
  • Tops must be of an appropriate size for the student.
  • Undershirts shall be solid black, white, grey, blue or yellow.
  • Sweaters must be solid black, white, grey, blue or yellow.
  • Hoodies shall be Rogers’ spirit wear or plain black, white, grey, blue or yellow.
  • Hoods of a hoodie cannot be worn in the building.

Bottoms

  • Pants, capris, shorts and skirts shall be either black, blue or khaki.
  • Short skirts or shorts are NOT permitted. The hem of the skirt or shorts should be mid-thigh.
  • Students may wear pants with elastic around the ankles.
  • Leggings are not allowed unless worn under a skirt.
  • Denim, jeggings, sweatpants and pajamas are not allowed.
  • Sagging is not allowed.
  • Belts shall must be tucked into the pant loops and cannot hang down.

Coats, Jacket, Blankets

  • Students must store outerwear such as coats, hats, gloves, scarves, etc. in their lockers upon arrival at school. They are not allowed in classrooms or other areas in the building. Cold natured students are permitted to wear a sweatshirt, sweater, or hoodie to class.
  • Blankets are not allowed in the classrooms and may not be carried from classroom to classroom.  Dragging a blanket creates a safety hazard.
  • Hoods of a hoodie cannot be worn in the building.

Shoes

  • Shoes must be worn at all times.
  • House shoes and shower shoes are NOT permitted. Shower shoes are any type of rubber slip-ons also known as “sliders.” This is a safety rule.

Backpacks

  • Approved Backpacks - The only backpacks allowed in the classroom, library cafeteria, etc. during the school day are string backpacks and open mesh backpacks. Large backpacks with padded arms that are not open mesh are to remain in the students’ lockers.

High School

ID Cards

ID cards must always be worn around the neck on a lanyard. IDs are issued to students at the beginning of the school year.  Replacement ID cards cost $4.00.

Spirit Days

Rogers’ Student Council will have a variety of Spirit Days during the school year. In addition to these days, the following spirit days occur weekly:

  • Wednesdays – Students may wear university or college spirit wear every Wednesday. University or college spirit is subject to review per Tulsa Public Schools dress code policy.
  • Fridays – Students may wear Rogers’ “official” Spirit Wear on Fridays.  Students are not allowed to make their own Rogers’ spirit wear. Rogers’ spirit wear purchased off campus is subject to review per Tulsa Public Schools dress code policy. A true Roper will wear Rogers’ spirit wear each Friday!

TOPS

  • No excessively baggy or long shirts.
  • No tank tops.
  • No spaghetti straps.
  • No team jerseys.
  • Bare midriffs, low cut necklines, off the shoulder, or bare backs are NOT permitted.
  • Shirts and blouses must be buttoned appropriately.
  • The cut of sleeveless garments must not expose undergarments or be excessively revealing. Strapless garments are prohibited. Shoulder straps of permitted garments must be a minimum of two fingers of the person wearing the garment.
  • Symbols, mottos, words or acronyms that are on clothing must be appropriate and fall within TPS guidelines.
  • Hoods of a hoodie cannot be worn in the building.

BOTTOMS

  • Excessively baggy pants are NOT permitted. Pants shall be worn at the waist which means sagging is not permitted.
  • Undergarments such as boxers, underwear, bras, etc. shall not be visible.
  • NYLON type sweatpants are permitted; cotton sweatpants are not.
  • Leggings, jeggings, or excessively tight pants, bike shorts, and sleepwear, including pajamas, are NOT permitted per TPS Dress Code.
  • Jeans with holes in them are permitted if the holes are at the knee or below. If the holes are above the knee, then the holes will have to be covered or the student needs to wear tights to cover the skin.
  • Short skirts or shorts are NOT permitted. The hem of the skirt or shorts should be mid-thigh.
  • Belts must be tucked into the pant loops and cannot hang down.

FOOTWEAR

  • Shoes must be worn at all times.
  • House shoes and shower shoes are NOT permitted. Shower shoes are any type of rubber slip-ons also known as “sliders.” This is a safety rule.

HEADWEAR

  • Scarves, curlers, bandanas, caps, hats, sweatbands, hoods of hoodies or other similar head coverings (except for religious purposes) or adornments shall not be worn in the building. They are to be taken off before you enter the building. Nothing shall be worn on the head per TPS policy.
  • Sunglasses cannot be worn in the building unless prescribed by a doctor. If your child needs to wear sunglasses, please bring a doctor’s note to the nurse who will note this exception.

OUTERWEAR AND BLANKETS 

  • Students must store outerwear such as coats, hats, gloves, scarves, etc. in their lockers upon arrival at school. They are not allowed in classrooms or other areas in the building. Cold natured students are permitted to wear a sweatshirt, sweater, or hoodie to class.
  • Blankets are not allowed in the classrooms and may not be carried from classroom to classroom.  Dragging a blanket creates a safety hazard.
  • Hoods of a hoodie cannot be worn in the building.

EARBUDS and HEADPHONES

  • During school hours, earbuds and headphones are not allowed in or on a student’s ears when in the hallways or in any other public area, including the hallways.  This is a safety precaution.

Backpacks

  • High School Students may carry backpacks.  This policy is subject to change.

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 TPS 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.