110 10th Street
Fairmont, WV 26554
WFMS Polar cubs will not:
Wear anything that draws attention to themselves, such as miniskirts/mini dresses, short shorts, spandex, pants that have holes above the allowable distance from the knee, see through clothing, halters, backless or off the shoulder dresses or tops, tube tops, sleeveless shirts, cut off or bare midriff tops (standing or sitting position), vented tops, tops that expose the chest, or undergarments on the outside of clothing
Wear tank tops with straps less than the width of two fingers
Wear caps, hats, hoodies, bandanas, or other head coverings in the building (unless religious or medical reason)
Use combs, brushes or cosmetics in the classroom
Wear sunglasses in the building, unless a doctor’s permit is on file
Wear clothing, jewelry, buttons, bandanas, or any other items with words, phrases, symbols, patches, or signs that use indecent, swear, or suggestive words that are gang related, racially offensive, or tobacco and/or alcohol related
Wear chains or chain wallets
Wear tights, leggings, or yoga pants unless worn with a tunic type of shirt where the hemline reaches the students mid-thigh
Shorts, skirts, holes in ripped jeans, and dresses must not be shorter than fingertip length when student is standing up straight.
All shirt necklines should have a non-revealing neckline.
Underclothing should not be visible at any time.
Students found in violation of the dress code will receive the following consequences:
1st occurrence: The student will be given a minor referral and asked to change or call a parent for a change of clothes.
2nd occurrence: The student will be asked to change or call a parent for a change of clothes. The parent will be notified, a major referral will be issued, and one day of lunch detention will be assigned.
3rd occurrence: The student will be asked to change or call a parent for a change of clothes. The parents will be notified and 1 day of ISS will be issued.
4th occurrence: The student will be asked to change or call a parent for a change of clothes. OSS will be issued.
Refusal to comply will be an immediate referral to administration. The parent will be notified, a major referral will be issued, and the student will serve 3 days of lunch detention.
WFMS Cell Phone Policy:
Electronic devices including cell phones must be turned off and not used during the school day. Phones and all other electronic devices are to be placed in a student’s locked locker. They are not permitted, in any way, to disrupt the educational setting of the school. Students are not to use their phones to make phone calls, send and receive text, access the internet, capture videos and/or pictures, or post on any social media site during the school day. Students should not be using a smart watch in any of the manners provided above, and should not be wearing air pods or wireless earbuds as those will also fall under this policy. If parents need to contact their student during the school day, they will need to call the office. It is understood that students and parents may find it easier to contact one another via cell phone, but doing so encourages students to disregard expectations. If a student is found to be using an electronic device, the following steps will be taken;
1st offense: The device is turned in to the office, a minor referral will be issued, and the item will be returned to the student at the end of the day.
2nd offense: The device is turned in to the office, a major referral will be issued, and the item must be picked up by a parent/guardian. The student will receive 3 days of structured lunch.
3rd offense: The item is turned in to the office, a major referral will be issued, and the item will be returned to the student after a conference between the parents and an administrator. The student will receive 1 day of ISS.
4th offense or refusal to remit device to school authority will result in 1 day of OSS. Students’ off-campus conduct that might reasonably be expected to cause disruption in the school may be prohibited or disciplined. This includes blogs and social media postings, group messages, or anything created for the purpose of inviting others to indulge in disruptive and hateful conduct towards a student or staff member.
STUDENT PICK-UP PROCEDURE FOR CAR RIDERS:
7th and 8th grade students are to be picked up on Minor Ave behind the school. 5th and 6th grade students are to be picked up at the front of the school. Be sure to form a line and follow the flow of traffic to keep all students safe. If you have a student in both the lower and upper grades, you may choose which area your students will be picked up from. Be sure to inform your students as to where you will be located.
Information for military connected students can be found at:
Our school point of contact for anything regarding military connected families: Taylor Myers
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A complete list of military family points of contact may be reviewed at https://wvde.us/commonground/purplestaraward/#tab-9975516146bc551bf61.