Handbook & Policies

Download the MASSA Student/Parent School Handbook here.
 
Download the Bullying Policy here.
 
Download the Bullying Report Form here.

Uniform Dress Code Policy

 

The school has the responsibility to promote the basic rules of sanitation, safety, neatness, and modesty while on campus. Research has demonstrated that schools with dress codes set a tone for serious study, facilitate school pride, and enhance overall safety. Students who repeatedly violate the dress code are subject to suspension. All modifications and changes are up to the discretion of the principal and administrative staff as the needs arise.


Pants/Shorts/Skirts/Skorts
Dark blue or tan colored uniform pants
No more than 4 (four) pockets at the waist
Hemmed or cuffs at the bottom (hem should not touch floor with shoes on)
Fit to waist within 2 (two) inches (oversized are not allowed)
Belts (optional) black or brown leather with brass buckles only
No sweatpants or stretchy materials
All shorts, skirts and skorts must be no shorter than 2 (two) inches above the knee


Shirts/Sweaters/Jackets
Solid Dark or Light Blue, or White 2-3 button polo shirt with collar
Shirt must cover the top edge of the pants when arms are raised or remain tucked
NO LOGOS
No Oversized shirts, sweaters, or jackets - must fit appropriate size of individual
Must be cotton, polyester, or cotton/polyester blend

 

Shoes
Tennis shoes/dress shoes are allowed
Sandals with ankle strap
Heel no more than 2 (two) inches
No wheels
No flip flops


Additional Dress Code Information
In addition to the Uniform Dress Code above, several other restrictions are routinely enforced at MASSA. Bandanas, either worn or carried, are prohibited. No hats or visors are permitted in the buildings. Unnatural hair color or body art (tattoos), which may distract others, are not permitted. Piercing of the nose, eyebrows, lips, tongue, etc. are prohibited. Piercings are allowed in ears only. 

 

Open Door Policy

 

We have an "open door" policy which means that parents are always welcome to observe their children in class.

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