Employee Dress Code
In order to reinforce a shared vision of the school and central office staff members identity as highly motivated professionals, the following dress code has been adopted for all Sabine Parish School Employees.
The following apparel is not acceptable for Sabine Parish School Employees:
*Exception: Principals may designate days jeans and T-shirts to be worn.
Agriculture teachers are exempt from the prohibition on jeans. Due to the nature of their jobs, it is permissible to wear occupational work clothes.
Bus drivers should follow the general guidelines with the following exception: Bus drivers may wear jeans, overalls, scrubs, T-shirts and loose-fitting shorts approaching the knee.
Custodians should follow the general guidelines with the following exception: Custodians may wear jeans, overalls, scrubs, and T-shirts.
Physical Education Teachers:
PE teachers who spend the majority of the day in physical education classes may wear loose fitting, belted shorts, approaching the knee (no denim or spandex) during their physical education hours. When coaches leave the physical education area, wind pants must be worn. PE teachers are not exempt from the prohibition on T-shirts. Collared shirts should be worn. For athletic contests, coaches should follow the General Guidelines and the policy for Male Employees with the exception of outside sporting events when loose fitting, belted shorts, approaching the knee may be worn (no denim or spandex.)
School Nurses, Therapists, and Early Education Teachers:
School nurses, therapists, and early education teachers (Pre-K and K) should follow the general guidelines with the following exception: Scrubs and protective clothing is acceptable.
Contracted employees must abide by the dress code of the parent employer and/or profession.
Substitutes and Volunteers:
All substitutes and volunteers are expected to adhere to the Sabine Parish Dress Code Policy.
Pierced earrings are limited to the ears.
Note: The above stated dress code is outlined as the minimum acceptable standards. Individual school principals may require a more restrictive dress code.