Teton County School District #1 Board of Trustees this week revisited the high school’s dress code and reaffirmed the guidelines set for students to be considered appropriately attired. According to the code, exposure of underwear of any kind, as in the case of boys wearing low-riding pants, is prohibited. Clothing that exposes mid-riff or is considered otherwise too revealing is not permitted. Also, tee shirts which can be considered racist or depict alcohol, drugs, violence or profanity are also considered inappropriate. Failure to comply will result in a four-step disciplinary plan that at its highest level, could lead to suspension. Jackson Hole High School Principal Scott Crisp was unavailable for comment about the tougher measures.