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Wilson Middle School

Student Non-Negotiables

* IDs must be worn on a lanyard around the neck, at all times.

* Personal electronic devices/headphones cannot be visible between 8:10 and 3:05.

* Student’s face and head must be visible at all times. No hoodies can cover the head at any time on campus.

* Pants must fit properly. No sagging. No torn jeans!

* Tops must not show any cleavage or midriff when the students arms are raised above their head. No spaghetti straps.

* Shorts and skirts must be longer than the students fingertips when their arms are down by their side.

* Hats off inside any building.

* No Food or drink in the classroom, except water bottles.

* No Sports jerseys.

* No Bandanas.

* No Pajamas or house shoes or slippers.

* No clothing promoting: drug or alcohol products, sexually explicit material, or gang related symbols.

* No spiked jewelry.


Attendance Line: 268 – 3961 ext. 27107

By Law, students are required to be in school everyday unless excused by parent or physician not to exceed 10 days per school year.  At Wilson Middle School, we expect our students to be on time and attend school daily.  It is the responsibility of the parent to notify the school on the day of or before their child’s absence.  If a student is leaving during the school day, they will ONLY be released to a parent, legal guardian or authorized emergency contact.  It is very important that the name and phone number of all identified persons are current and documented on ALL school registration information and up dated as necessary.  Photo identification is required when checking a student out of school.

*To minimize classroom disruptions, students will not be released after 2:30 p.m.  Students will be released at 3:05 p.m.

Our plan to ensure students are in school and receiving the necessary support and services is:

  • 3 Absences: Parent Notification by Advisory Teacher
  • 5 Absences: Parent Conference & Attendance Contract
  • 7 Absences: Referral to school Health and Wellness Team
  • 10 or more:  Referral to District Attendance Office

*If you are son/daughter will be out for several days and are requesting work for your child, you must contact the main office directly.  Teachers will have 24 hours to provide work before it is available for you to pick up in the main office.

APS Attendance Policy

Cell Phones / Personal Electronic Devices

In accordance with APS Cell Phone Policy, cell phone use is restricted and should be avoided by all students during the school day. We do realize, however for safety purposes, some parents require their children to possess a cell phone.

If you feel your student(s) needs to carry a cell phone at school, the cell phone policy is as follows:

  • Phone use will be allowed only before and after the regular school hours. (8:15 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.)
  • Phones should not be visible.
  • Phones must be turned off during school hours.
  • Text messages and or game usage are prohibited.


  • 1st Offense- Returned to student at the end of the day
  • 2nd Offense- Parent is called and the parent can pick up at the end of the day
  • 3rd Offense- Parent is called and the parent can pick up the phone after 7 days
  • 4th Offense- Parent is called and the parent can pick up at the end of the Semester (December & May)

APS Student Rights and Responsibilities

Dress Code

The Board of Education expects student dress and grooming to reflect high standards of personal conduct so that each student’s attire promotes a positive, safe and healthy atmosphere within the school. Student dress may not present a potential for disruption to the instructional program.

Attire or accessories that display or promote:

  • Drug, alcohol or tobacco, sexual activity, violence, disrespect and/or prejudice towards any groups are not acceptable.

Unacceptable clothing and accessories also include but are not limited to:

  • Shirts/clothing promoting Gangs, weapons, drugs, pornography, excessively tight or revealing clothes, short shorts, bare midriffs, low-cut and/or off-the-shoulder blouses, spaghetti-strap tops, tank tops, muscle shirts, spiked jewelry, chains, bandana or belts with more than two (2) inches excess are prohibited.
  • Shorts/skirts/dress length may not be shorter than fingertip length when arms are fully extended downward.
  • All tops (blouses and shirts) must be long enough to be worn tucked in the waistband of pants, skirts or shorts, but not longer than the crotch on the pants.

For safety reasons:

  • Student & Visitor Identification cards must be worn at all times.
  • ‘Sagging’ or the wearing of pants below the waist and/or in a manner that allows underwear or bare skin to show is prohibited.
  • Shirts with long armholes are not to be worn by boys or girls.
  • Body piercing with the exception of earrings is highly discouraged and must not disrupt the educational process.
  • Hats are to be worn outside only and must adhere to the same acceptable clothing policy.
  • Once students arrive on campus, they're not allowed to leave under any circumstances.

APS Student Dress Policy