• Dress Code for All Students at Miller Junior High

    Please plan your dress according to the expectations below to avoid any disruptions to your learning
     
    1. Students may wear an appropriate hat for warmth and protection outside. Other special circumstances will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
    2. For health reasons, students are required to wear footwear at all times while in the building or at school-sponsored activities.
    3. Sleeveless shirts and blouses are acceptable as long as they have snug armholes. 
    4. Underclothing needs to be concealed from view at all times.
    5. Dress code applies to school dances, athletic events, and other school functions.

     

    The following items are not allowed at Miller:

    1. Headwear including, but not limited to, hats, visors, bandanas, hairnets, hoods, masks and sunglasses. 
    2. Bedroom slippers or distracting footwear. 
    3. Bare midriff clothing, off-the-shoulder tops, shredded clothing, low cut shirts
    4. No clothing with rips that show skin above fingertip length.
    5. Shorts and skirts shorter than fingertip length.
    6. Sagging pants that expose underwear
    7. Pajamas of any kind. 
    8. Spikes, pins, choke collars, dog chains, or other potentially dangerous objects. 
    9. Clothing, accessories, visual designs that display drug, gang, alcohol or tobacco-related information, obscenities, put-downs, stereotypes, sexual innuendo, or degrading, offensive words or graphics. 
    10. Temporary and permanent tattoos. It is illegal to apply a tattoo to a minor in Washington State (RCW 26.28.085
    11. Belts or chains that dangle or have dangerous buckles. 
    12. Students should not draw on themselves or allow others to draw on them. This includes shirts that are signed with a marker.

    The link below is our Dress Code in poster format 

    Dress Code Poster