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Mon May 22 08:34 AM

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Dress Code

DRESS CODE - Randolph County Dress Code: Students are expected to adhere to standards of dress and appearance that are compatible with a safe and effective learning environment. The board prohibits appearance or clothing that (1) violates a reasonable dress code adopted an individual school, (2) is substantially disruptive, (3) is provocative, revealing, vulgar or obscene or (4) endangers the health or safety of the student or others. · Head apparel (hats, hoodies, headbands, scarves, bandanas, picks, combs, etc.) or sunglasses may not be worn inside the building unless the headgear is worn based on a sincerely-held belief; · No visible undergarments; · No holes in pants above the knee.; · No halter tops, tank tops, spaghetti straps · No clothing that exposes the midriff or cleavage; · No pants that are baggy or drag the floor (pants/shorts must be worn around the waist); · No short shorts or excessively short dresses/skirts; (shorts and skirts may fall no shorter than six inches (finger tip) above the knee). · No spandex or other very tight clothing, or excessively oversized clothing; · No sleepwear or bedroom slippers · No bare feet; Students must dress-in following physical education classes

Mon Aug 22 03:13 PM

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Randleman Football Store

Mon Feb 28 08:09 AM

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Rising Senior Vaccine Information

RISING SENIORS Two doses of meningococcal conjugate vaccine are required for North Carolina students. One dose is required for individuals entering the seventh grade or by 12 years of age. The second booster dose is required for individuals entering the 12th grade or by 17 years of age, whichever comes first. Please turn in your shot record to the school office as soon as possible. The deadline is start of Senior year. If you have questions regarding this new requirement, please feel free to contact our school nurse, Kathryn Gillispie.

Mon Feb 21 01:24 PM

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RHS Dress Code

DRESS CODE - Randolph County Dress Code: Students are expected to adhere to standards of dress and appearance that are compatible with a safe and effective learning environment. The board prohibits appearance or clothing that (1) violates a reasonable dress code adopted an individual school, (2) is substantially disruptive, (3) is provocative, revealing, vulgar or obscene or (4) endangers the health or safety of the student or others.  Head apparel (hats, hoodies, headbands, scarves, bandanas, picks, combs, etc.) or sunglasses may not be worn inside the building unless the headgear is worn based on a sincerely-held belief;  No visible undergarments;  No holes in pants above the knee.  No halter tops, tank tops, spaghetti straps  No clothing that exposes the midriff or cleavage;  No pants that are baggy or drag the floor (pants/shorts must be worn around the waist);  No short shorts or excessively short dresses/skirts; (shorts and skirts may fall no shorter than fingertip length)  No spandex or other very tight clothing, or excessively oversized clothing;  No sleepwear or bedroom slippers  No bare feet;  Students must dress-in following physical education classes

Wed Aug 18 03:49 PM