It is the intent of the Teacher Education Program to promote professional development for our students that will not interfere with or detract from the school environment, nor disrupt the educational process, and will set positive examples for students and future teachers.
In order to facilitate these goals, all students in the Teacher Education Program must comply with the following guidelines. In general, students are expected to dress in a professional style.
Students must wear clean, neat, and un-torn attire.
For women, dresses, skirts, pants, shirts, and blouses are suitable. All clothing should be modest and are not to be excessively short, tight or revealing. Any shirt, blouse, or dress that covers the back and midriff and does not have a plunging neckline is acceptable. Footwear (shoes, boots, and sandals) should complement professional attire.
Personal hygiene is very important when working closely with students and with school employees. Strong or excessive odors or fragrances should be avoided.
Hair should be clean and neat and facial hair must be trimmed and groomed.
Clothing, jewelry, or hairstyle that disrupts the educational process or endangers students, including, but not limited to those items which include messages, language, or logos that advocate sex, drugs, violence, bigotry, hate, profanity, alcohol, tobacco, or gang activity are not permissible.
Cooperating teachers and University Supervisors are responsible for ensuring that their students are in compliance with the dress code. Students should direct questions concerning this dress code and what is appropriate to their teacher, building administrator or University Supervisor Any student dressed inappropriately will be sent home to change and will be responsible for making up any lost time, in addition the student may also be subject to disciplinary action for non-compliance with ENMU Teacher Education Program dress policy.
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