HPDS NEWS TO KNOW!
We are working to finalize our school supply lists. When they are ready they will be posted here, on our Facebook page as well as on the front door of our school.
Hillcrest PDS Dress Code
Hillcrest Professional Development School has a dress code that provides students the choice to wear clothing that is appropriate for school attire. We do not have a standard mode of dress. Please adhere to the school dress code.
- Halter tops, tank tops, tops that expose any part of the midriff, low-cut dresses or tops are not allowed.
- Articles of clothing that display pictures, emblems, or writings that are lewd, offensive, vulgar, or obscene, or advertise or depict tobacco products, alcoholic beverages, drugs, or any other substance are prohibited under Board Policy FNCA (LOCAL).
- House shoes, flip flops, slides, or slip on style shoes are not allowed. Sandals must have a strap around heel. Tennis shoes are preferred.
- Hair must not be dyed to extremes. Haircuts that are unusual such as Mohawks, lines, words, numbers, designs and distract from instruction are not allowed.
- Appropriate undergarments must be worn.
- Shorts/pants/skirts must be at the waist, NO SAGGING.
- Shorts, dresses, and skirts must be fingertip length or longer.
- Holes, rips, or tears on clothing that allow a student’s skin to show are not allowed.
- Leggings/yoga pants may not be worn unless under dresses, skirts, or shorts.
- Hats, caps, do-rags, bandanas, the hood part of a jacket, or sunglasses may not be worn inside the school building during the school day. These items may be worn at school-sponsored events as determined appropriate by campus administration.
Failure to comply with the dress code may result in disciplinary action.
Administrators have discretion on all matters concerning interpretation of the student dress code.
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News from around the district
Download the elementary school supply list / Lista de utiles escolares WISD
Participants will discuss how to prevent and deter school safety threats as well as how the response to a crisis would be coordinated.
Dr. Marcus Nelson will also host a roundtable discussion with community leaders, first responders and mental health professionals.
The awesome Scarlet Line officer team went to leadership camp at MA Dance Camp in Houston, Tx.
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Stay tuned for information about our Meet the Teacher night - where you can come to school to meet your teacher, find out where your classroom is and drop off school supplies.