325. DRESS AND GROOMING
Administrators set an example in dress and grooming for staff and students to follow. An administrator should present an image of dignity and encourage respect for authority.
The Board has the authority to specify reasonable dress and grooming guidelines for administrative staff, within the law, that will prevent an adverse impact on the educational program.
Administrative employees are expected to be physically clean, neat, well-groomed, and dressed in a manner reflecting professional assignment.
4. Delegation of Responsibility
If an administrator feels that an exception to this policy would enable him/her to carry out assigned duties more effectively, a request should be made to the immediate supervisor.