Brawley Middle School
Shirts & Blouses
1. Shirts/blouses must only be a solid color, can have a logo no larger than 2 inch by 2 inch, and
must fit appropriately.
2. Items allowed include: shirts with collar and sleeves, polo shirts, turtlenecks, and button-up
dress shirts. Sweatshirts and Sweaters are permitted but must be of solid color, have a knit band at
the bottom, and be worn over a collared shirt.
3. Items NOT allowed: Hooded sweatshirts, t-shirts, waffle knit shirts
4. All shirts will adhere to the one button rule.
5. Shirts cannot be worn inside out.
ALL SHIRTS/BLOUSES MUST BE TUCKED IN AT ALL TIMES AND REMAIN TUCKED.
1. Bottom wear will be solid khaki or black (Khaki pants can only be shades of beige), and must fit
2. Items allowed include: pants, shorts, skirts, skorts, cropped/capri pants, dresses, or jumpers in
cotton or twill fabric
3. Items NOT allowed include: Denim material, jeans of any color, leggings/yoga pants, spandex
pants, clothing with frayed hems, baggy or wide leg pants, sweat pants, gym shorts, long johns,
and pants with elastic cuffs. Holes/rips in pants are not allowed
4. All bottom wear must be worn at an appropriate waist level. No low riding pants. Shorts, skirts,
and skorts length must be no higher than the top of the knees.
5. Belts are optional, but individual contracts requiring belts will be made for students disciplined
regularly for low riding pants.
6. If students choose to wear long, knee length socks with shorts, skorts, or skirts, the socks must
be of solid color and must match.
1. Any heavy or bulky coat, jacket, or wind suit must be left in the locker.
2. Students may dress in layers for their comfort during the instructional day, but must remain in
dress code at all times.
3. Teachers can use discretion when cool temperatures warrant using outerwear in class.
4. School issued athletic warm ups can only be worn on game days by players. However, team
hoodies are still not permitted.
Dress Down Days
On occasion we will have dress down days. On these days we follow the Iredell-Statesville
Schools dress code policy with the following exceptions: hoodies, pajamas, spaghetti
straps/strapless tops, yoga/spandex pants, and clothes with inappropriate messages will still not be
Hair color must be a natural color (brown, black, blonde, and red). Unnatural coloring such as
blue, purple, pink, etc. is not permitted. Beads and feathers in the hair are also not allowed.
Hats and Head Dressings
Hats, caps, toboggans, feathers, scarves, bandannas, do rags, sweat bands, combs or brushes
in hair cannot be worn in the building.
Jewelry and Ornamentation
1. NO Facial Piercing other than the ears is permitted.
2. Any items that can be used as weapons or any item that causes a disruption in class cannot be
worn. (i.e. fish hooks, bracelets or necklaces with raised metal or plastic, jelly bracelets, facial
piercing other than ear piercing, etc.)
3. Sunglasses may not be worn in school.
1. No Flip Flops or open-ended shoes. This is to prevent injury.
2. Bedroom style shoes and mismatched shoes are not allowed.
Dress Code Compliance
Students will be expected to meet dress code requirements. Failure to comply with the dress
code policy will be handled according to the school discipline procedures. The procedures are as
1. First dress code offense - the student will be asked to change into proper attire and given an
after school detention (ASD).
2. Second dress code offense - the student will be asked to change into proper attire and assigned
one day of In-School Suspension (ISS).
3. Third dress code offense - the student will be asked to change into proper attire and assigned
two days of In-School Suspension (ISS). Chronic failure to comply with the dress code will be treated
as insubordination and could be punished with out of school suspension.
*This dress code policy is subject to change.
Grace Period for New Students
New students from outside of Iredell-Statesville schools enrolling during the school year will
have 5 school days in which to meet shirts and bottom wear requirements of the dress code. All
other dress code requirements must be met during the 5 day grace period. After that time, the
student is expected to be in full compliance. All rising and returning students should be in
compliance with the uniform dress code policy the opening day of each school year.