If the Board determines that requiring school uniforms would improve the learning environment at a school in the District, the Board may adopt rules that require students at that school to wear school uniforms. Students shall wear uniforms beginning on the 90th day after the date on which the Board adopts the rules.
The rules adopted by the Board must designate a source of funding to be used to provide uniforms for educationally disadvantaged students.
A parent or guardian of a student assigned to a school where uniforms are required may choose for the student to be exempted from the uniform requirement or for the student to be transferred to a school where uniforms are not required and at which space is available. In order to exercise one of these options, the parent or guardian must provide a written statement that states a religious or philosophical objection to the uniform requirement that the Board determines is bona fide.
Education Code 11.162
Hair-length regulations that apply to boys but not to girls do not manifest such an affront to students' constitutional rights to merit judicial intervention. Barber v. Colorado Indep. Sch. Dist., 901 S.W.2d 447 (Tex. 1995); Bastrop Indep. Sch. Dist. v. Toungate, 958 S.W.2d 365 (Tex. 1997)