Dress Code

Dressing appropriately for all school functions is a way of showing Timber Trail pride.  Neatness and cleanliness are the hallmarks of appropriate dress.  If the staff feels that any of the dress codes have been violated, parents will be called to bring a change of clothing for their student.  Good judgment in dress is expected at Timber Trail.  In an effort to promote a safe and educationally sound environment for the students, the following dress code will be in effect at Timber Trail Elementary:
1. No low-cut/revealing tops of any kind.  Tank tops must have a strap of at least three finger widths.  No-off the shoulder tops of any kind.  Sweaters, shirts, or jackets must be worn at all times over tops with spaghetti straps.
2. No high-cut/revealing shorts or skirts of any kind.  Shorts and skirts must be even or longer than finger tips when arms are straight down at sides.  We ask that girls wear shorts under skirts and dresses to help with modesty while sitting on the floor and during recess.
3. No beach wear (swim suits, etc.).  
4. No clothing that suggests obscene gestures, pictures, wording and/or drugs, or alcohol.
5. Baseball caps/hats/visors may not be worn inside the building.
6. No clothing which is determined to be significant of gang association.
7. No apparel, hairstyle or makeup which is deemed disruptive to the educational process. No rings, bracelets or chains which may be considered a safety hazard or used as a weapon.
8. No significantly oversized,  off-the-shoulder, baggy or saggy clothing.
9. Clothing must cover undergarments.
10. Appropriate footwear shall be worn throughout the day.  Tennis shoes must be worn on P.E. days or children will sit out for safety reasons.
11. Parents and students should use good judgment when it comes to weather appropriate clothing. The weather in Colorado can change rapidly, and a quick look online or at a weather app will let you know what the forecast is for that day.  

If students are found to be in violation of any part of the dress code, a call will be made home to have parents/guardian bring a change of clothing.  If parents can not be reached, sweatpants and t-shirt will be available for students to wear for the day.  Thank you for your help and support.