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Student Dress Code

Dress Code for Students:                    

Students’ dress contributes to the school atmosphere.  Students are earnestly advised to dress with good taste and in so, they will be contributing to the general pride of the school. The administration has the discretion in making judgments relating to the appropriateness of dress to include jewelry.  Students are expected to adhere to the dress code to support a positive learning environment.

Parents are asked to use good judgment as they allow their children to dress for school.  The following is a dress code that we feel will maintain an atmosphere of comfort and learning.

If students fail to follow the dress code policy, a dress code violation form will be sent home to be sign. After three violations, a write-up will be completed for administration intervention. 

GENERAL GUIDELINES

* Solid black or brown belt must be worn if there are belt loops in the clothing. Elastic is suggested for PK-K (no belts needed for PreK-K).

* Winter jackets/coats/hats/gloves may be worn to and from school. They may not be worn inside the building because they are not part of the dress code. 

* Attire must be neat, clean, and in good repair. “Sagging” or “bagging” of clothes is not permitted.

* Overalls (long or short) may not be worn.

* Headgear to include hats, caps, bandanas, sweatbands, wristbands, wraps, rags, wristbands, etc. may not be worn inside the building. A plain, elastic headband may be worn. 

* Blue jeans and clothing made of denim fabric may not be worn unless a dress down pass or notice has been given by the school.

* Sunglasses may not be worn inside the building.

* Shorts/skirts/skorts/jumpers must pass the fingertip test in length.

* Distracting jewelry is prohibited.

* We are asking that PK, K, and 1st grade students bring an extra set of clothing (for accidents/mishaps).

MALES

Shirts – White, blue (light or navy), or red polo style, oxford style dress shirt, or turtleneck: Shirttails must be tucked in at all times.

Slacks/Shorts – Khaki, navy, or black 

Shoes-Shoes must be dress, casual, or tennis shoes; toes, heels, and sides must be completely enclosed. No Sandals. Lights and wheels are not permitted on shoes. Pants must cover boots.

Socks – Must be solid white, navy, brown, or black and must be over the ankle.

Sweaters – White or navy pullover crewneck, v-neck, cardigan or sweatshirts may be worn but no hooded sweatshirts.

Blazers – Navy or tan.

FEMALES

Shirts – White, blue (light or navy) or red polo style, oxford style dress shirt, or turtleneck: Shirttails must be tucked in at all times.

Slacks/Shorts/Skorts/Skirts/Capris/Jumpers – Khaki, navy, or black – Must be straight legged and fingertip length.

Shoes-Shoes must be dress, casual, or tennis; toes, heels, and sides must be completely enclosed. No Sandals, high heels, platform, light-up and wheelie shoes.  Pants must cover boots.

Socks and Tights – Must be solid (no patterns) white, navy, red, brown, or black.

Sweaters – White or navy pullover crew neck, v-neck, cardigan, or sweatshirts.  Hooded sweatshirts are not permitted.

Blazers – Navy or tan.

Parents will be contacted if there is a concern with a student’s attire.

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Published by Jalosa James on October 21, 2019