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Dress Code Policy & Guidelines

To help maintain the educational atmosphere of the school, students must present a personal appearance that supports academic achievement. The dress code of the Faith Family Academy teaches grooming and hygiene, instills discipline, prevents disruption, avoids safety hazards, and fosters respect for authority.

Faith Family Academy School Board requires all students to wear school uniforms every school day. Parents are encouraged to purchase sufficient uniforms to allow the student to wear a clean uniform daily. A student will not be allowed into class without a uniform. Faith Family Academy has adopted the colors of burgundy, navy and khaki/tan as school uniform colors. The uniform will consist of khaki or navy pants, shorts, skirt or skort and a burgundy or navy polo shirt. Parents are encouraged to buy a burgundy or navy sweatshirt, sweater, or windbreaker for cold weather. Hooded sweatshirts are not allowed to be worn on campus. Only the khaki or navy style slacks are acceptable (no cargo pants). Jackets, coats, windbreakers, or any type of foul weather gear will be removed upon entry into the school facility. Undershirts should be school uniform colors or white. Socks should be solid color (black, navy, burgundy, white or neutral). No open-toed shoes, open-heeled shoes, slippers, or sandals are to be worn. Footwear can be loafer or lace-up. Black, brown or white sport shoes are permitted as part of the uniform in grades PK-12. Saddle shoes are allowed. Solid color socks (black, navy, burgundy, white or neutral) are permitted.

Uniforms must be clean and in good condition. A list of local stores at which uniforms may be purchased is available in the FFA registrar’s office. The official FFA uniform should be worn to school every day. Students in violation of this policy will be subject to disciplinary action as determined by the Campus Administrator.

The Campus Administrator, in conjunction with the sponsor, coach, or other person in charge of an extracurricular activity, may regulate the dress and grooming of students who participate in the extracurricular activity. However, athletes must adhere to the approved dress code. The Campus Administrator will determine the appropriateness of any current fashion or fad for school purposes. Any exception to the dress code (example: wearing jeans) must be approved by the Campus Administrator in advance.

The following guidelines will be enforced at FFA (PK-2 standards may vary slightly):

For boys:

  • Pants must fit appropriately as determined by the Campus Administrator. No baggy pants will be allowed. No excessively tight clothes.
  • Pants will be worn at the natural waist. No sagging will be allowed.
  • Shirts are always completely tucked in the pants so the belt is visible.
  • Belts are required and must be simple brown or black belts with no large belt buckles (Grades 5-12)
  • Facial hair must be well groomed and meet the approval of the Campus Administrator.
  • Hair will be clean and well-groomed. Hairstyles which disrupt the learning process will not be allowed. (example: pink or green hair color) The Campus Administrator will determine approved hairstyles.
  • Hats or head coverings of any kind are not to be worn inside the building except as approved by the Campus Administrator for special occasions.
  • Facial piercing ornaments (i.e., eyebrow posts, tongue posts, or nose rings) shall not be worn on campus or at any school-related activities. Simple stud earrings may be worn with the approval of the Campus Administrator.
  • Jewelry is limited to a watch, simple rings, and a single, small chain worn inside the shirt.
  • Mouthwash, nail grooming products, lotions and hair grooming products are not allowed on campus.

For girls:

  • Pants must fit appropriately as determined by the Campus Administrator. No baggy pants will be allowed. No hip huggers are allowed. No excessively tight clothes.
  • Facial piercing ornaments (i.e. eyebrow posts, tongue posts, or nose rings) with the exception of one pair of simple earrings worn in the lobe of the ear will not be worn on campus or at any school –related activity.
  • Hair will be clean and well groomed. Hairstyles that disrupt the instructional process will not be allowed. (example: pink or green hair color) The Campus Administrator will determine approved hairstyles.
  • Hats or head coverings of any kind are not to be worn inside the building except on days approved by the Campus Administrator

  • Blouses and shirts are to be completely tucked in the pants or skirt so the belt is visible
  • Uniform jumpers may be worn by girls in grades 1-4.
  • Belts must be simple brown or black belts with no large belt buckles (grades 5-12)
  • Pants and skirts will be worn at the natural waist with no sagging allowed. Skirts and shorts will be below the fingertips in length when standing. No Capri pants are allowed.
  • No leggings are allowed. Tights (navy, white, neutral or maroon) may be worn under skirts or jumpers.
  • Jewelry is limited to a watch, simple ring and a single small neck chain worn inside the shirt.
  • Mouthwash, nail grooming products, lotions and hair grooming products are not allowed on campus.
    Any other considerations fall under local guidelines and will be determined by the Campus Administrator.

If you decide to use Charter School Uniforms, you can purchase items from this website or at their store.

711 W. Wheatland

Duncanville, TX 75116

Title 1 Information

Policy & Compact

Title I Parent Involvement Policy

School Compact

Families and schools must work together to help students achieve high academic standards. Through a process that included teachers, students, and community representatives, the following are agreed upon roles and responsibilities that we as partners will carry out to support student success in school and in life.

Staff Pledge

I agree to carry out the following responsibilities to the best of my ability.

  • Provide a safe and supportive learning environment
  • Teach classes with an interesting and challenging curriculum that promotes student achievement
  • Motivate my students to learn
  • Set high expectations and help every child be successful in meeting the state academic achievement standards
  • Communicate frequently and meet annually with families about student progress and the school-parent compact
  • Provide opportunities for parents to volunteer, participate, and observe in my classroom
  • Participate in professional development opportunities that improve teaching and learning and support the formation of partnerships with families and the community
  • Actively participate in collaborative decision making with parents and school colleagues to make our school accessible and welcoming to families
  • Respect the school, students, staff and families

Student Pledge

I agree to carry out the following responsibilities to the best of my ability:

  • Come to school ready to learn and work hard
  • Bring necessary materials, completed assignments, and homework
  • Know and follow school and class rules
  • Communicate regularly with my parents and teachers about school experiences so that they can help me to be successful in school
  • Limit my TV watching, video game playing, and internet usage
  • Study or read everyday after school
  • Respect the school, classmates, staff, and families

Family/Parent Pledge

I agree to carry out the following responsibilities to the best of my ability:

  • Provide a quiet time and place for homework and monitor TV viewing
  • Read to my child or encourage my child to read everyday (20-30 min)
  • Ensure that my child attends school every day and gets adequate sleep, regular medical attention, and proper nutrition
  • Regularly monitor my child’s progress in school
  • Participate, as appropriate, in decisions about my child’s education
  • Attend parent-teacher conferences
  • Communicate the importance of education and learning to my child
  • Respect the school, staff, students, and families.

Accountability

Academic Ratings & Reports

Faith Family Academy is a Texas Education Agency accredited school district.

Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR)

District TAPR for 2015-2016 - Met Standard (Highest Rating)

Oak Cliff TAPR for 2015-2016 - Met Standard (Highest Rating)

Waxahachie TAPR for 2015-2016 - Met Standard (Highest Rating)

District TAPR for 2014-2015 - Met Standard (Highest Rating)

Elementary School TAPR for 2014-2015

Middle School TAPR for 2014-2015 - Met Standard (Highest Rating)

High School TAPR for 2014-2015 - Met Standard (Highest Rating)

District TAPR for 2013-2014 - Met Standard (Highest Rating)

Elementary School TAPR for 2013-2014

Middle School TAPR for 2013-2014

High School TAPR for 2013-2014

Texas Academic Performance Report Glossary

Accountability Summaries

District Accountability Summary 2014 - Met Standard (Highest Rating)

Elementary School Accountability Summary 2014

Middle School Accountability Summary 2014

High School Accountability Summary 2014 - Postsecondary Readiness Distinction Earned

District Accountability Summary 2015 - Met Standard (Highest Rating)

Elementary School Accountability Summary 2015

Middle School Accountability Summary 2015 - Met Standard (Highest Rating)

High School Accountability Summary 2015 - Met Standard (Highest Rating)

Texas Education Agency School Report Cards (SRC)

Elementary School Report Card for 2014-2015

Middle School Report Card for 2014-2015 - Met Standard (Highest Rating)

High School Report Card for 2014-2015 - Met Standard (Highest Rating)

Elementary School Report Card for 2013-2014

Middle School Report Card for 2013-2014

High School Report Card for 2013-2014 - Postsecondary Readiness Distinction Earned

TEA Report Card Definitions

District & Campus Improvement Plans (DIP & CIP)

District Improvement Plan

Elementary School Campus Improvement Plan

Middle School Campus Improvement Plan

High School Campus Improvement Plan

Campus Turnaround Plan (ES) & Improvement Plan (MS)

Highly Qualified Notices

Oak Cliff Grades PK-6

Waxahachie

Parent Letters

Oak Cliff Elementary

Waxahachie Elementary

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