• SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY

    Students are expected to wear a school uniform except for designated spirit days.  Uniforms should be worn in a neat, clean, and well-fitting manner while on school property and/or in attendance at school sponsored activities. The dress code is in effect at all school-related functions, with the exception of special school events that have been pre-approved by the building principal. If there is any uncertainty about dress and appearance, the building principal or designee will make the final decision. A student, whose dress or appearance is determined to be inappropriate, will be required to change into an appropriate substitute provided by the school.

    A parent/guardian will be informed if a student is repeatedly in violation of the code. If a problem persists, disciplinary action will be taken. 

    DRESS CODE POLICY

    All students in Kindergarten through 8th grade are required to wear uniforms beginning the first day of school unless designated as a school spirit day. 

    APPROVED UNIFORM FOR GRADES KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 8th 

    • Navy or khaki dress slacks, jumper, capris, skirt or shorts (bottom of skirt or shorts must reach mid-thigh). Pants must be worn at the waist.
    • White or blue shirt with collar.
    • Undershirts must be plain white or navy. (No colors or designs.)
    • Blue or white sweaters, vests or non-hooded sweatshirts can be worn over the collared shirt.
    • Closed-toed shoes. Gym/Athletic shoes are required for Physical Education classes (6-8).
    • Hair styles, dress, and accessories that pose a safety hazard are not permitted in the laboratories or during physical education.

    Not Permitted

    • Hoodies, hats, or head coverings
    • Blue jeans, slacks or shorts made of denim.
    • Baggy pants or rolled-up pant leg(s).
    • Razor cuts in eyebrow(s).
    • Accessories that increase a child’s risk for accidents or injury such as large chains, excessively large belt buckles, or studded accessories. No hoop earrings in Physical Education.
    • Body piercing in eyebrows, nose, lips, tongues, etc.
    • Snow boots in the classroom.

    School Dress Code/Student Appearance on Non-Uniform Days

    The following are guidelines for appropriate non-uniform dress during school and school-related functions:

    • Clothing must completely cover the student from shoulder to the mid-thigh; all clothing must conceal undergarments. Shirts that reveal undergarments, whether due to the transparency, length, or lack of coverage of the shirt, are not permitted. No holes are allowed in clothing from shoulder to the mid-thigh.
    • Clothing must be free of graphics or text that is provocative, vulgar, profane, and/or depict weapons, alcohol, or tobacco-related products.
    • Hats, coats, and sunglasses (unless theme appropriate) are prohibited and may not be worn in the building during the school day.
    • Closed-toed shoes. Gym/Athletic shoes are required for Physical Education classes (6-8).
    • Students must have appropriate outerwear in order to participate in outdoor activities, including recess and physical education. Closed-toed shoes. Gym/Athletic shoes are required for Physical Education classes (6-8).
    • Leggings and jeggings may be worn if the shirt completely covers the bottom.

    Students are expected to wear clothing that is neat and clean. The responsibility for appropriate grooming and hygiene rests with students and parents/guardians.