Judson ISD

GED Dress Code

Your appearance has much to do with the way you feel about yourself. Appearance also affects the way in which others respond to you and has a great deal to do with your personal success and the learning atmosphere of our test center. Because of this, Judson Independent School District has established a dress code policy for individuals seeking to obtain a General Education Development (GED) through our GED Test Center.

Tops

  • Must have a finished neckline.
  • Must be appropriately buttoned.
  • May not be worn in any way that reflects gang affiliation, conceals contraband or creates a distraction as
    deemed appropriate by JISD administration.

Bottoms

  • Slacks, jeans, walking shorts, skirts, dresses, or jumpers are acceptable
  • Pants must fit at the waist and be properly hemmed or cuffed at or below the ankle, but not dragging the
    ground ("slicing" or "ragging" not allowed).
  • May not be worn in any way that reflects gang affiliation, conceals contraband, or creates a distraction
    ("sagging" not allowed).
  • Boxers, pajamas, or other sleepwear is prohibited.

Outerwear

  • May not be worn in any way that reflects gang affiliation, conceals contraband or creates a distraction
    as deemed appropriate by school administration.

 

Hair

  • Must be neat, clean and well groomed.
  • Symbols and/or styles which are identified with gang membership, affiliation or representation shall not
    be allowed.
  • Extreme hairstyles and/or coloring cannot be a distraction to the educational process.

Shoes

  • Examinees must wear shoes that are safe and appropriate.

Miscellaneous

  • Examinees enrolling in Judson ISD GED Testing program will be expected to comply with the dress code policy.
  • Revealing or excessively tight garments (tops, stretch pants and leggings) are prohibited.
  • Accessories with inappropriate decorations or advertisements are prohibited. This includes but is not limited to, any item that depicts the occult, sex, gang membership, death, suicide, violence, drugs or alcohol.
  • Examinees are prohibited from using offensive and or abusive language while on district property