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Dress Code

To enable students to reach high academic standards, the school has put in place a dress code designed to reduce distractions and competitions. Implementing a simple, flexible, cost effective dress code promotes student learning and increased academic instruction time. Interpretation of the Dress Code is at the principal and staff’s discretion, and their decision is final.
 

Personal Hygiene

The personal grooming of students should be in accord with the standards set by the uniform dress code. Students should be clean and neat when at school.
 

All Students

  • Students in Kindergarten–5th grade must wear solid white-colored shirts that have collars (includes mock turtlenecks, long- or short-sleeved, cotton or knit).
  • Middle school students must wear solid white or navy shirts that have collars (include mock turtlenecks, long- or short-sleeved, cotton or knit).
  • All shirts worn under uniform shirt must be white.
  • Students may wear shoes of their choice.  Shoes must be closed-toed; Croc style shoes, sandals, flip flops and wheelies are not permitted; winter boots and rain boots are not permitted to be worn during the school day.
  • Snow boots and rain boots are permitted to be worn outside and must be removed when entering the classroom.
  • Shoes with wheels are not permitted.
  • Solid-colored sweaters, sweater vests, and sweatshirts that are navy, light blue, or white are acceptable. No hoods, stripes, logos, patterns, or fur are permitted. All collars of underneath shirts must be visible.
  • Hats of any kind are not permitted.
  • Extreme hairstyles are not permitted. Hair color must be of natural tones and may not be colored, dyed, or streaked.
  • No neck jewelry (including key lanyards) or wrist jewelry is permitted other than a watch.
  • Belts must be solid black, brown, or navy (no ornamental belt buckles).
  • Wearing, carrying, and displaying gang paraphernalia, names, signs, or symbols of gang membership is prohibited.
  • Visible markings, tattoos, or writings on students are not permitted. 
 

Boys

  • Uniform-style pants or shorts that are navy blue for young 5s kindergarten–5th grade, khaki for Middle School must be worn.
  • Belts must be worn with trousers that have belt loops. No sagging pants are permitted.
  • Shirts must be tucked into pants or shorts at all times.
  • White or navy socks must be worn.
  • Hairstyles must be conservative.
  • Body piercing ornaments are not permitted, including earrings. Any boys coming to school with piercings will be asked to remove them immediately. Band-aids may not be used to cover piercings.
 

Girls

  • Uniform-style pants, Capri pants, skirts, skorts, or jumpers that are navy blue for young 5s kindergarten–5th grade, and khaki for Middle School must be worn. All bottoms must be either longer than the fingers when the student’s arms hang at her sides or no more than three inches above the knees. No ties on bottoms are permitted.
  • White or navy blue socks or tights must be worn. No leggings or footless tights may be worn under skirts or skorts.
  • One pair of earrings is permitted. Only ears may be pierced. All earrings must be no larger than one inch in diameter.
  • Makeup is not permitted.
  • Body piercing ornaments are not permitted.
  • No purses are permitted in the classrooms.
  

Dress Code for Jean Days

  • Blue jeans may be worn; jeans of other colors are not permitted.
  • Clothing must be school appropriate (no holes in jeans, no tight or clingy, no low cut tops).
  • Sagging pants are not permitted.
  • Skulls on clothing are not permitted.
  • Jewelry is not permitted.
  • Hoods are not permitted.

     

Clothing not addressed in this sub-section must adhere to the above dress requirements.
  

Special Events

  • For field trips, the dress code is set by the classroom teacher.
  • For Fall Yearbook Picture Day, students must follow the standard dress code.
  • For Spring Personal Picture Day, students may follow the standard dress code or wear more formal clothing (e.g., suits or dresses), per parental judgment.
 

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