• Are students allowed to ride bicycles, skateboards, or roller blades to school?

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    Students are allowed to ride bicycles to school.  They are encouraged to follow accepted safety rules, such as wearing a helmet and obeying traffic signals.  Bike racks are provided to allow students to secure their bikes with a student-provided lock during the school day.

    Once students reach KJHS property they should walk their bikes to reduce potential collisions.

    Skateboards and rollerblades should not be ridden to school.  Storage and safety are our biggest concerns.

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  • Is there a student dress code?

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    Naperville 203 Student Dress Code    

    The student dress code in Naperville 203 is derived from Board Policy 7:160 - Student Appearance: Students’ appearance, including dress and personal hygiene, must not disrupt the educational process, interfere with the maintenance of a positive teaching/learning climate, or compromise reasonable standards of health and safety.  

    Intended Purpose: To promote a positive learning environment in schools consistent with the values of Naperville 203 and to ensure a safe and inclusive learning and working environment for all students, staff, and the community, regardless of their race, age, ability, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, cultural observance, socioeconomic circumstances, or body type/size. 

    Guidelines for the instructional day: An individual’s dress, personal appearance, cleanliness, as well as behavior, demonstrate sensitivity to and respect for the learning community.    

     Students must wear tops, bottoms, and shoes.

     Clothes must be worn in a way that genitals, buttocks, and nipples are fully covered with opaque (non-transparent) material.

     All undergarments must be covered by outer attire (visible straps are allowed).

     Caps, hats, or head coverings may be worn in the building during the school day provided they do not compromise the ability to identify a student, compromise academic integrity, or cause a disruption to the learning environment.

     Attire or accessories that directly, by innuendo, or look-alike promote alcohol, drugs, sex, pornography, profanity, violence, gangs, and weapons may not be worn at school.

     Students cannot wear anything that includes hate speech, images, or language that creates a hostile or intimidating environment for others, including any protected class or marginalized group. Hate speech includes any form of expression through which speakers vilify, humiliate, or incite hatred against a group or a class of persons on the basis of race, religion, skin color, sexual identity, gender identity, ethnicity, disability, immigrant status, or national origin (adapted from the American Library Association).

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  • How is detention served?

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    A detention issued by a teacher will be served at the teacher's discretion. Office detentions may last from 1/2 an hour to 2 hours depending on the offense. Detentions are served Monday through Thursday. A student serving an office detention will be required to complete some community service by helping to clean up the school.

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