Dress Code

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    DRESS CODE POLICY for 2021-2022 

    Boys 

    TOPS Current spirit shirts(purchased through the school store or in the front office);navy, red,or white polo style shirts(dry fit or cotton)maybe worn any day of the week. 

    *This year’sclub, team,and theme shirts can only be worn on Fridays. 

    *House shirts can only be worn on Mondays unless a special day is called for them.
    BOTTOMS Navy blue or khaki slacks or walking shorts (no cargo pockets or jean material)


    Girls 

    TOPS Current spirit shirts(purchased through the school store or in the front office);navy, red,or white polo style shirts(dry fit or cotton)maybe worn any day of the week. 

    *This year’s club, team,andt heme shirts can only be worn on Fridays. 

    *House shirts can only be worn on Mondays unless a special day is called for them. 

    BOTTOMS Navy blue or khaki slacks, walking shorts,skorts,capris, jumpers, or skirts(close to knee length) (no cargo pockets or jean material) 

    Accessories 

    MONOGRAMS 

    Monograms are allowed on school uniform shirts and jackets. Monograms must be no larger than 3” tall, pocket area only, white,only first and/or last names or initials.

    BACKPACKS 
    Rolling backpacks are not allowed.

    BELTS 
    Belts should be the appropriate size,not distract from the uniform,and worn DAILY.

    SHOES 
    No open toed shoes,no open back shoes,no gaming shoes,no croc type shoes,or high heels are allowed. Yourchildmusthaveappropriate shoesforP.E.

    SOCKS 
    Girls’ knee socks and boys’  tall socks should be solid red, white,or navy only.

    LEGGINGS 
    Girls may wear leggings under skirts,skorts,or jumpers. Leggings should be solid red, white,or navy only.

    HAIR 

    JEWELRY/MAKEUP UNDERSHIRTS 

    No distracting hairstyles (mohawks, faux-hawks,orcarvings) are allowed. No hair colors(pink,blue, green,purple,etc…)other than natural tones are allowed. Hair accessories should be school colors-red, white,or navy only. 

    No large flashy jewelry will be allowed. Earrings and nails should not violate rules of safety ; nomake-up is allowed. 

    T-shirts or turtlenecks worn under uniform shirts and visible at the neck line must be solid white,navy,or red with no writing.

    JACKETS 

    Uniform jackets and sweatshirts sold by the school will be allowed. All other jackets, sweatshirts,and sweaters must be solid navy, red, white,gray,or black plain uniform  style. No hoodies will be allowed. No denim jackets allowed. No other jacket or coat maybe worn in the school. If a student must wear a non-uniform coat, they will be required to take it off as they enter the school building. Monograms are allowed on the front,chest area of jackets. Monograms must be 3” tall or less, white,only first and/or last names or initials. Please label eachj acket with your child’sname.

    GENERAL UNIFORM GUIDELINES 

    ● ALL shirts must be tucked into bottoms at all times. 

    ● No uniform mutilations are allowed. Ex: tearing, ripping, cutting of hems, cuffs or sleeves. 

    ● Shorts, skorts, skirts, dresses, and jumpers must be close to knee length. ● Bloomers or shorts should be worn under skirts/dresses because of P.E. activities. ● No name brand labels on clothing, including jackets. Socks are the only exception. 

    JEANS and Non-Uniform DAYS 

    Jean days and non-uniform dress days will be used as fundraising opportunities and/or as student rewards throughout the year. These opportunities will be announced in advance by the school administration. 

    Jean Days: 

    ● Students who participate may wear blue denim shorts, skorts, skirts, capris, or pant length jeans. Shorts, skorts, and skirts must be close to knee length. 

    ● Uniform shirts should be worn with jeans unless otherwise instructed. ● Violations on these days will result in a phone call home for a change of clothes or a change of clothes will be given to the student from the uniform closet. 

    Non-Uniform Dress: 

    ● Bottoms and dresses should be close to knee length. 

    ● No bare shoulders (sleeveless tops, halter tops, spaghetti straps, visible undergarments, etc.). 

    ● Any graphics on t-shirts must be appropriate for elementary school. ● Shoes need to be appropriate for P.E. class. 

    ● Pajamas are not allowed. 

    ***The school administration makes the final decision on what is considered properor improper appearance.The administration also reserves the right to amend the dress code policy as needed or as new fashion fads occur.***