One of the critical responsibilities of the Millville School Board is to review and approve district policies. A few of Millville School District's policies of importance: Cell Phone/Electronic Device Policy, Dress Code Policy and Search and Seizure Policy, are linked to this page. To review Millville School District's policies in their entirety, please see the district secretary.
Millville School’s Dress Code Policy is in place in an effort to maintain an educational environment and to limit the distractions some types of dress can create. Please read through the dress code, particularly prior to shopping for school clothes, as the dress code is enforced throughout the school year.
Quick reminders: Please note the allowed lengths of shorts, which is minimum of 4 inches above the top of the knee, and skirts/dresses, which is a minimum of 3 inches above the top of knee. Also, tank tops with gaping armholes are not allowed for boys or girls. Lastly of note, leggings are not considered pants.
We appreciate your cooperation in our efforts in maintaining a scholarly environment at Millville School.
Cell Phone/Mobile Devices
No student shall be prohibited from possessing or using an electronic signaling device that is determined by a licensed physician or surgeon to be essential for the student's health and the use of which is limited to health-related purposes.
Except with prior consent for health reasons, students shall not possess or use on school campus personal electronic signaling devices including, but not limited to, pagers and cellular/digital telephones as well as other mobile communications devices including, but not limited to, digital media players, personal digital assistants (PDAs), compact disc players, portable game consoles, cameras, digital scanners, and laptop computers.
Search & Seizure
The Governing Board is fully committed to promoting a safe learning environment and, to the extent possible, eliminating the possession and use of weapons, illegal drugs, and other controlled substances by students on school premises and at school activities. As necessary to protect the health and welfare of students and staff, Superintendent or designee may search students, their property, and/or district property under their control and may seize illegal, unsafe, or otherwise prohibited items.