The Greenville Independent School District has a standardized dress policy for students in Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade.
The purpose of the policy is to build student self-esteem, bridge socioeconomic differences between students and encourage positive behavior, thereby promoting school safety and improving the learning environment. All students are required to comply with this policy each day except for those designated as “Discretionary Days” by the building principals.
Standards for grooming and appearance for hair, general appearance of clothing, and jewelry and other accessories are addressed in the student handbook.
Administrators will have complete and final judgment on all matters concerning interpretation of the standardized dress policy. Matters concerning appearance and dress not specifically covered in the policy shall be within the discretion of the administration.
Students who attend school in violation of the standardized dress policy will be dealt with in accordance with the Greenville ISD Student Code of Conduct.