Update to dress code bans baseball caps

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Principal Max Delgado sent a note to students just before Winter Break began to announce that the Safety and Security Committee made a change to the dress code: baseball caps can no longer be worn in the buildings on campus.

He wrote that “This change is based on the fact that baseball caps — when viewed from our security cameras — obstruct the faces of people who are on our campus and makes identification difficult and often impossible.

“We know that making unilateral changes to the dress code is rare. We are only taking this step because we believe that this move will help make our campus more secure.”

The new rule does not impact cultural or religious headwear. Stocking caps can still be worn inside as long as an individual’s face can be seen.

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