Dress Code: The look of a professional in PUSD

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Dress Code: The look of a professional in PUSD. Overview. Policy and Dress Code History Committee Work Proposed Policy and Regulation. History. Professional Dress for Employees No formal policy for employees in effect – Referenced in Employee Handbook - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Dress Code: The look of a professional in PUSD1OverviewPolicy and Dress Code HistoryCommittee WorkProposed Policy and Regulation

2HistoryProfessional Dress for EmployeesNo formal policy for employees in effect Referenced in Employee HandbookNo policy adopted or proposed with July 1, 2011ASBA adoptionOctober 2011 District presented to the Board the plan to develop policy and regulationCommittee of volunteers created to address developing policy and regulations Shared recommendations from Committee with Association Advisory and AdministrationBringing forward the combination of efforts to determine Board direction

Committee Work36 volunteers- teachers, support staff and administrators5 meetings from October to DecemberReviewed dress code policies from private sector companies as well as other school districtsDiscussions included: developing philosophy, enforcement and safety

Policy Development ChallengesPros Clear expectationsEasier to enforceCons How to address every situation or jobReaching consensus

ProsEasier to reach consensusMore reflective of a professional communityConsExpectations less clearEnforcement challengesSpecific GuidelinesBroad Purpose#Purpose StatementAll employees represent PUSD, therefore professional appearance is expected in order to support a positive educational environment.

How the two sides metBroad purpose-driven policyExpectation that District will provide additional support through trainingTraining Administrators to handle tough conversationsSetting expectation to review each year, every campusSpecific guidelines in regulationDefinitions that exceed student dress expectationsAuthority granted to Administrators to give final guidance and enforce the policy and guidelines on their campus Proposed Policy and RegulationFirst Reading- Feedback and Suggestions from Governing BoardSecond Reading: February 23