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Student Dress

All students in pre-Kindergarten through eighth grade who attend the District schools are expected to dress in the proper standard school attire. It is the parents’ responsibility to ensure compliance with the dress code. All students who attend the District schools must dress in accordance with the dress code.

All students will wear the standard school clothing. The clothing may not be altered in a manner that includes, but is not limited to, slits and shredded hems. The standard school clothing shall be:

For boys:

All solid white, solid light gray, solid hunter green, solid navy blue, solid light pink, solid maroon, and light blue shirts with lay-down collar. No logos or labels showing on the shirt. This may include, but is not limited to, a “polo”shirt and dress shirt.

Solid navy blue or tan shorts/slacks. No logos, labels, or outer pockets showing on pants. No blue jeans, blue-jean shorts, cargo pants, or sweat pants, or stretchy type material.

For girls:

All solid white, solid light gray, solid hunter green, solid navy blue, solid light pink, solid maroon, and light blue top with lay- down collar. No logos or labels showing on the top. This may include, but not be limited to, a blouse or “polo.”

Solid navy blue or tan pants, shorts, skorts, skirts, jumpers, capri pants, and bib overalls. No logos or labels showing. No blue jeans, blue-jean shorts, cargo pants, sweat pants, or stretchy type material.

Additional items may be added to the standard school clothing during the school year as approved by the Governing Board.

Outer wear is designed to be worn outside as weather dictates. It should be removed in the classroom. At the discretion of the teacher, if the classroom is cold, students may keep their outerwear on. Students may wear windbreakers, jackets, sweater, or sweatshirts as outerwear. Jackets of different colors, patterns, and emblems are acceptable as long as they are appropriate and not gang related. Expensive jackets are discouraged, as the school is not liable for damaged, lost, or stolen outerwear. Outer wear may not be more than one size too large for the student. Students may not wear flannels or headwear.

Baggy or oversized clothing is not acceptable and is prohibited. Clothing may not be more than one (1) size too large, to allow for one (1) year’s growth. No sagging of clothing is allowed. Pants must fit at the waist and not drag on the ground. Shorts must not be shorter than the middle of the thigh or longer than the bottom of the knee. Skirts must not be shorter than the middle of the thigh.

Belts (if worn) must be plain black, brown, or navy and may not be more than one (1) size larger than the waist. Belts must be worn at the waist and cannot hang below the waist. Belts and buckles must be plain with no designs or logos.

Shirts and blouses must be worn tucked in at all times.

No short shorts or short skirts, or short skirts with slits are allowed.

No undergarments must show. T-shirts or turtlenecks worn under the polo or blouse must be uniform shirt colors (solid white, gray, hunter green, navy blue).



Dress Code 17-18.pdf