Davis High Dress Code

doing a sarcastic smirk, Andra tries not to laugh as D-TV shoot for a description of the dress code. This was filmed for the September 23 broadcast.
doing a sarcastic smirk, Andra tries not to laugh as D-TV shoot for a description of the dress code. This was filmed for the September 23 broadcast.
 By showing her arms are longer then her skirt Thorne shows what length is not appropriate. The teacher got these hilarious costumes from the little theater room.
By showing her arms are longer then her skirt Thorne shows what length is not appropriate. The teacher got these hilarious costumes from the little theater room.
 Gunn joining Thorne to show no sleeves is not allowed. Behind the scenes a student of Mr. Gunn hold the dress from the back.
Gunn joining Thorne to show no sleeves is not allowed. Behind the scenes a student of Mr. Gunn hold the dress from the back.
While senior  Trying to conceal his laugh Gee helps Arquette show that the dress code includes no hats or tank tops.
While senior
Trying to conceal his laugh Gee helps Arquette show that the dress code includes no hats or tank tops.
Putting on a humorous twist to say what happens when you break the dress code. Gunn was trying really hard not to break character and laugh hysterically.

Teachers got together to tell students about the dress code in a fun and creative way. Drama teacher Andra Thorne shows that see through clothing such as the garment she’s wearing, is inappropriate.

“Sometimes people wear see through clothes we don’t want to see through your clothes”.  She then puts on a short dress.

 

Thorne said, “Sometimes girls wear short skirts….No.”

Davis High teacher Mr. Gunn joins the fun by slipping on a sleeveless dress and  having Thorne say “Eric you look great. Said no one ever!

 

Fellow teacher and football coach Arquette put on a tank top and hat. Kyle Gee pointed and said “don’t dress like this guy”.

 

At the end to explain what happens when you break the dress code. In a funny accent Gunn said. “I tell you, your fortune now you wear inappropriate clothes you go home now”.


To read the rest of the Davis district policy on dress code click on the link. http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/cms/lib09/UT01001306/Centricity/Domain/7535/handbookpolicy14-15.pdf