List of Contraband for JMC Students

16-05-17 olawahab 0 comment

List of Contraband for JMC Students

  1. imagesWeapons of violence; gun, knife, etc
  2. No boots or hats or other casual gear should be worn in the school
  3. Extra social wear outfits, sneakers, shoes with logo or brand names, slippers, face caps, hats, coloured T-shirts and jewellery are forbidden and will be confiscated without warnings.
  4. Cassette and CD players, torch lights or reading lamps,slippers, face caps, hats, coloured T-shirts and jewellery are forbidden and will be confiscated without warnings
  5. Cell Phones, Electronic Organizers, Game boys, PSP and other electronic toys are not allowed.
  6.  All students are expected to maintain a short haircut. The school day is very full and we have found that the girls have no time to plait hair)

Other Contraband Items

  1. Anything that is edible.
  2. Pocket money (naira, foreign currency, etc).
  3. Jewelry, bangles, hand bands or item of fashion.
  4. Perfumes, Belts with large or overly stylized buckles.
  5. Mobile phone, Camera, video games.
  6. Any unauthorized extra clothing, BE IT a social wear or JMC uniform.
  7. Any indecent or age-inappropriate book/literature.
  8. Non-school sandals.
  9. Any item that is not in the student check-list (unless authorized).
  10. Any Top with ‘spaghetti straps’ or any other mono-strap top.
  11. Any top that exposes the armpits.
  12. Top with plunging/dropping v-neck.
  13. Sleeveless top without wide straps.
  14. Any skirt that is above knee-level.
  15. Clothing of a transparent nature.
  16. Any other item of clothing that the Principal considers indecent.
  17. Any of the above items found on a student will be confiscated.

Confiscated contraband will neither be returned to student nor to parent; unreturned Confiscated items will be recorded and given to the poor. All Non-contraband items meant for students (after resumption) must be sent through the Principal’s office.