All food and drink (including chips, candy, gum, snacks, or sodas) are strictly prohibited during class time.
These items must be put away and kept in backpacks or checked in at the threshold of each classroom.
Food items may be consumed only during non-instructional time.
Students are permitted a bottle of water at their desks.
If they are consumed, seen, or heard, they will be confiscated and will be returned at the end of the class.
A high standard of dress encourages respect for individual students and others and results in a high standard of behavior. Students must arrive to school in dress code. TLHS reserves the right to interpret these guidelines and/or make changes during the school year. On “blue” Fridays and special occasions as listed in the TLHS Student Planner, the school designates “theme” days (such as American Flag Day, Haitian Flag Day, Professional Day, etc.), when students may pay $1 to be permitted to wear particular non-dress code items of clothing as specified by the administration. At all other times, students must follow the guidelines below:
Pants and Skirts
Prosthetic Devices and accessories
This Dress Code will be strictly enforced all year. Students violating dress code rules may be denied entry to school and will be counted absent,
unexcused. Consequences for multiple and/or repeated violations of the dress code may include detention, suspension, or withdrawal from school Additionally, Dress Code will be enforced on all field trips.
Consequences for any violations of this policy are as follows:
Repeated violation can result in additional punishment at the school’s discretion. This may include detention, parent conference, or suspension. All class work missed due to violation of dress code is considered unexcused.