PrepSchool

Prep School 31 to 4 August 2017

Prep School for all new cadets will be held at Wando HS AFJROTC Rooms B-124, B-130 and

B-131 beginning Monday 31 July and ending Friday 4 August.  Start time each day will be 0745 and will  end at 1200.  Graduation will be Friday 4 August at 1200 in the Performing Arts Center.

The training will include, Uniform wear , class procedures, customs and courtesies, Drill and Physical Training.

Attire will be comfortable shorts , T-shirts or appropriate top and athletic shoes.  All attire MUST conform to the Wando HS Dress code. ( an excerpt from the dress code can be found at the end of this post.).  Wednesdy will be mostly PT (PT test 1.5 mile run, pushups in one minute , and situps in one minute) to include teams sports competitions.  A PT medical form will be sent home with the cadet on Monday and must be returned NLT Wednesday AM.

Cadets must bring a note book and a writing utensil for class. A schedule will be posted here NLT 1 week prior to the School beginning.

DRESS CODE

Students are responsible for dressing in an appropriate manner at all times while on a school campus or while involved in a school or district sponsored event/activity. In addition to clothing, hats, and shoes, student attire includes any jewelry, emblem, badge, symbol, sign, comment, or other items worn or displayed by an individual. Students are expected to show pride in themselves 36 and their school by having their dress and appearance reflect the high expectations of Wando High School. Parents are encouraged to monitor their student’s dress to ensure compliance. 1. Tops must be long enough that they can be tucked into pants or shorts and shall cover the beltline when the arms are raised above the head. Shoulder straps should be at least two fingers wide. 2. Students must wear clothes that are not overly tight or form-fitting to the body. Students may not wear clothes that have been cut open, ripped or slit. Pajamas or yoga pants are not appropriate and leggings are not considered to be pants or shorts and should have something that meets the dress code over them. Clothing shall be loose-fitting and should not expose the midriff, cleavage, bare shoulders, back, or underarm area. Necklines should not extend beyond the hand placed horizontally below the chin at the collarbone. No tank tops, halter tops, crop tops, strapless tops, see-through garments, etc. shall be worn. 3. No clothing, jewelry, or accessory will be permitted that displays profanity, weapons, violence, suggestive phrases, alcohol, tobacco, drug advertisements or other inappropriate phrases or symbols, such as the Confederate flag and others as determined by the school administration. 4. Students may not wear jewelry such as spiked bracelets, chains or chokers of a size or design that may be considered or used as a weapon, as determined by the school administration. 5. Shorts must be loose-fitting, no biking shorts, boxer shorts, or cutoffs are allowed. All shorts must be hemmed or cuffed. The minimum length of skirts, shorts, etc. must reach the end of the longest finger while the student’s hands are at his/her sides. 6. Undergarments/lack of undergarments must never be visible. 7. Students may not wear hats, sweat bands, goggles, bandanas, hair picks, combs, or any headgear on in the building. Sunglasses are not to be worn inside the building. The hoods on hooded sweatshirts may not be worn. 8. While on the Wando campus, students may not wear towels, blankets or bandanas as accessories on clothing, around the body or on book bags. 9. Health laws require students to wear shoes at all times. To prevent accidents on the stairs, students should avoid wearing shoes that slide off easily. Bedroom footwear is not permitted. 10. Students may wear special dress or costumes for special occasions when approved by the principal. 11. Any other dress or jewelry deemed inappropriate by school administration will result in disciplinary consequence.