where transportation is not provided by the high school. It is the responsibility of parents to check with the Vice President for Campus Life and/or the Vice President for Academic Life if there is any question about a field trip or group activity.
No agent external to the school and no member of the student body is authorized to act as a travel company’s representative on campus for trips, domestic or
foreign, no matter whether they are described as educational, recreational, or social.
GROOMING AND APPEARANCE POLICY
Appropriate, clean attire is expected at De La Salle High School. Sloppy,
exaggerated styles and attire are unacceptable. Such attire also reflects a poor
image of the school to the local community. Dressing in an appropriate and neat manner signals to self and others that school is a place where a seriousness of purpose can be found.
Students need to recognize different requirements for dress as different occasions demand. School is not unlike the work or professional world where a certain dress
requirement may be expected in representing one’s profession and in performing one’s tasks.
Therefore, De La Salle High School, true to its Lasallian tradition, sets forth the
following Grooming and Appearance Policy, which is in effect throughout the entire school day, including break and lunch: 1.
Shirts: All shirts must have a collar and sleeves. Any collared shirt is
acceptable. T-shirts, tank tops, sweatshirts (with no collared shirt underneath), turtlenecks, and sleeveless shirts are not permitted. Undershirts and T-shirts may not hang lower than the outer, collared shirt or jacket. (Members of athletic teams are permitted to wear their game jerseys on certain days
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Student-Parent Handbook for De La Salle High School in Concord, Calif.