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Title: School Dress Code


1
  • 2011
  • School Dress Code
  • Policies

2
School Dress Code Policies
  • School dress code policies were collected from
    132 public school systems in Alabama.
  • Data was collected for the 2011 school year by
    Tobacco Area Coordinators, the Tobacco
    Surveillance and Evaluation Coordinator, and the
    Youth Mini-Grant Coordinator.
  • The purpose for the data collection is to
    identify schools systems without a tobacco dress
    code. Local area coordinators will discuss
    implementation of a tobacco clause with school
    systems.

3
School Dress Code Policy
  • A school dress code with a tobacco dress code
    prohibits students from wearing clothing with
    pictures, writing, and/or symbols promoting the
    use of tobacco.
  • A school dress code with a uniform policy
    requires students to wear specific clothing
    approved by the school district.
  • The dress code policies can be found on the
    individual school systems website or in the
    student handbook, which is distributed at the
    beginning of each school year to students.

4
School Dress Code Policy
5
School Systems with a Tobacco Dress Code
  • Public Health Area 1
  • Florence City
  • Franklin County
  • Haleyville City
  • Lauderdale County
  • Marion County
  • Russellville City
  • Sheffield City
  • Tuscumbia City
  • Winston County

6
School Systems with a Tobacco Dress Code
continued
  • Public Health Area 2
  • Albertville City
  • Arab City
  • Boaz City
  • Cullman City
  • Cullman County
  • Decatur City
  • Jackson County
  • Limestone County
  • Madison City
  • Madison County
  • Marshall County
  • Morgan County

7
School Systems with a Tobacco Dress Code
continued
  • Public Health Area 3
  • Fayette County
  • Tuscaloosa City
  • Public Health Area 4
  • Fairfield City
  • Homewood City
  • Hoover City
  • Leeds City
  • Jefferson County
  • Vestavia Hills City

8
School Systems with a Tobacco Dress Code
continued
  • Public Health Area 5
  • Attalla City
  • DeKalb County
  • Pell City
  • Shelby County
  • St Clair County
  • Public Health Area 6
  • Alexander City
  • Calhoun County
  • Chambers County
  • Chilton County
  • Oxford City
  • Roanoke City
  • Talladega County

9
School Systems with a Tobacco Dress Code
continued
  • Publix Health Area 7
  • Public Health Area 8
  • Auburn City
  • Elmore County
  • Lee County
  • Macon County
  • Opelika City
  • Russell County
  • Public Health Area 9
  • Covington County

10
School Systems with a Tobacco Dress Code
continued
  • Public Health Area 10
  • Coffee County
  • Crenshaw County
  • Dale County
  • Daleville City
  • Dothan City
  • Eufaula City
  • Henry County
  • Houston County
  • Pike County
  • Troy City
  • Public Health Area 11

11
School Systems with a Uniform Policy
  • Public Health Area 1
  • Public Health Area 2
  • Scottsboro City
  • Public Health Area 3
  • Pickens County
  • Public Health Area 4
  • Bessemer City
  • Birmingham City
  • Tarrant City

12
School Systems with a Uniform Policy continued
  • Public Health Area 5
  • Etowah County
  • Public Health Area 6
  • Anniston City
  • Coosa County
  • Lanett City
  • Talladega City
  • Tallapoosa County

13
School Systems with a Uniform Policy continued
  • Public Health Area 7
  • Choctaw County
  • Demopolis City
  • Lowndes County
  • Marengo County
  • Selma City
  • Sumter County
  • Public Health Area 8
  • Montgomery County

14
School Systems with a Uniform Policy continued
  • Public Health Area 9
  • Baldwin County
  • Butler County
  • Clarke County
  • Escambia County
  • Thomasville City
  • Public Health Area 10
  • Public Health Area 11
  • Mobile County
  • Saraland City

15
School Systems without a Tobacco Dress Code
  • Public Health Area 1
  • Colbert County
  • Jasper City
  • Walker County
  • Public Health Area 2
  • Athens City
  • Guntersville City
  • Huntsville City
  • Lawrence County

16
School Systems without a Tobacco Dress Code
continued
  • Public Health Area 3
  • Bibb County
  • Lamar County
  • Tuscaloosa County
  • Public Health Area 4
  • Mountain Brook City

17
School Systems without a Tobacco Dress Code
continued
  • Public Health Area 5
  • Blount County
  • Cherokee County
  • Fort Payne City
  • Gadsden City
  • Oneonta City
  • Public Health Area 6
  • Piedmont City
  • Sylacauga City
  • Public Health Area 7
  • Dallas County

18
School Systems without a Tobacco Dress Code
continued
  • Public Health Area 8
  • Autauga County
  • Bullock County
  • Tallassee City
  • Public Health Area 9
  • Conecuh County
  • Monroe County
  • Washington County

19
School Systems without a Tobacco Dress Code
continued
  • Public Health Area 10
  • Elba City
  • Enterprise City
  • Geneva County
  • Opp City
  • Ozark City
  • Public Health Area 11

20
School Systems without Policies on Record
  • Public Health Area 1
  • Muscle Shoals City
  • Winfield City
  • Public Health Area 2
  • Hartselle City
  • Public Health Area 3
  • Greene County

21
School Systems without Policies on
Recordcontinued
  • Public Health Area 4
  • Midfield City
  • Trussville City
  • Public Health Area 5
  • Jacksonville City
  • Public Health Area 6
  • Clay County
  • Cleburne County
  • Randolph County

22
School Systems without Policies on
Recordcontinued
  • Public Health Area 7
  • Hale County
  • Linden City
  • Perry County
  • Wilcox County
  • Public Health Area 8
  • Phenix City

23
School Systems without Policies on
Recordcontinued
  • Public Health Area 9
  • Andalusia City
  • Brewton City
  • Public Health Area 10
  • Barbour County
  • Geneva City
  • Public Health Area 11

24
Conclusion
  • 73 of surveyed schools do not allow tobacco
    related clothing articles. They either have a
    tobacco dress code or students are required to
    wear uniforms.
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