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2019-2020 Supply List/Dress Code
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Friday, June 14, 2019
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              ROSEMARY CLARKE MIDDLE SCHOOL (2019-2020)
                     SUPPLY LIST – ALL GRADES (6-8)
___Black or blue pens & a red pen
___Colored pencils & markers 
___Hand sanitizer 
___Protractor & ruler
___Paper (ongoing supply) – college ruled
___Compass (7th and 8th grades)
___Glue sticks
___Highlighter pen & 4 Dry Erase Markers
___3-ring binder with dividers, spiral notebooks, pocket folders, and 2 Composition Notebooks 
___Pencils (2 at all times) - mechanical pencils with extra lead OR wood pencils with a hand sharpener - (Please provide as many pencils as you can)
___8th grade students ONLY – 1 compostition notebook (Science), spiral notebook, glue sticks, dry erase markers & colored pencils/markers. Please verify with math teacher PRIOR to any calculator purchase.
Students’ dress, personal appearance and conduct are required to be of such character as to not disrupt or detract from the educational environment of the school. Weather and safety MUST be considered in the selection of clothing and shoes. 
This dress code is established to ensure and maintain an orderly, non-disruptive school environment free from health and safety issues. Exacerbating messages and provocative displays, whether intentional or unintentional, are forbidden. These provisions are also designed to prevent students from carrying concealed weapons or for providing a means for staff to immediately identify students by preventing clothing that allows students to obscure any part of their head or face. Please obey the following requirements for all NCSD students: 
1. Administration will have the discretion to determine the appropriateness of school attire. 
2. No skin shall be visible beyond 5” above the knee when wearing shorts, skirts, pants, ‘skorts’, dresses or any other “below
the waist” attire. 
3. No sagging pants. Over-sized pants need to be worn with a belt. Pants, shorts and skirts are to be worn on hips or above. 
4. Undergarments (boxers, bras, ‘tighty-whitey’s’, gym shorts, etc.) should NOT BE VISIBLE OR SEEN AT ANY TIME. 
5. Leggings/yoga pants must be covered by skirt, shorts, or shirt to at least 4” above the knee. 
6. Pajama pants and slippers are forbidden at school. 
7. No see-through or bare belly shirts or blouses (this includes off-color bras that bring attention to the undergarments of an
8. Shirts are not allowed to be low cut, or loose and revealing, showing any part of the chest or torso. 
9. Tops must cover at least 3” of the shoulder. 
10. Appropriate comfortable, safe shoes with soles (i.e. dress shoes, sneakers and sandals with straps). No shoes with wheels. 
11. Hats/head coverings are to be worn in the fashion intended for the particular head covering, and no head covering will be
worn inside a building, including any hood. 
12. No bandanas, bandana-like headwear, or Do-rags are to be worn or displayed. 
13. Accessories that could be used as a weapon or pose a danger are forbidden due to safety concerns. 
14. Any clothes, armbands, handkerchiefs or jewelry that display gang affiliation, lewd or profane slogans, hate language,
ethnic slurs, and/or promote violence, sex, drugs, tobacco or alcohol are forbidden. 
15. Piercings that interfere with the educational environment or pose a danger are forbidden. 
Any student who violates the dress code will be sent to the office, may have his/her parents/legal guardians contacted, and the student will only be allowed to return to the school environment after complying with the dress code.  The school administration shall have the right to designate which types of dress, fashion and fads are acceptable at school as well as retain the authority to grant exceptions for special occasions and/or special conditions, which will be reported in each school’s Parent/Student Handbook. Failure to comply with the approved NCSD dress code will result in disciplinary action in accordance with the NCSD progressive discipline plans and the NCSD Discipline Matrix. 
**Important information**
All 7th grade students MUST have Tdap & Meningitis shots before starting school or an exemption approved by the NCSD School Board.
Open house/Orientation will be held on August 9th from 4-6 PM at RCMS. (details will be communicated in July/August)
School begins Monday, August 13th.   Student day is 8:05 AM to 2:10 PM, Monday-Friday.
Please be aware of the schedule: Bus drop off is 7:50 AM, tardy bell is 8:10 AM. 
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