Student Dress Code Expectations

Student Dress Code Expectations

Bottoms

  • Styles include pants, capris, dresses, jumpers, skirts or shorts.
  • Colors include solid navy blue or khaki.
  • No denim jeans, cargo pants, sweat pants, skinny pants or overalls.
  • Pants must be fitted at the waist and be no more than one size too large or one size too small.  All students must be able to button and zip their own pants.
  • Pants must be hemmed at least one inch off the ground.
  • Skirts, dresses and jumpers must be longer than fingertip length.
  • Shorts must have a minimum six-inch inseam and may not be longer than the knee.
  • Shorts may be worn only before October 15 and after Spring Break.
  • Leggings and tights are allowed under skirts but must be a solid color of red, white, navy blue, khaki beige or black.
  • Pants may not be tucked into shoes or boots.


Tops

  • Tops may be either long or short sleeve but must have a collar.
  • Styles include blouses/button downs, turtlenecks and polo shirts.
  • Colors are solid red, navy blue or white (no logos).
  • A shirt must be tucked in if it is long enough for the student to sit on.
  • Undershirts must be the proper color and shorter than the top shirt.


Sweaters/Sweatshirts

  • Styles include cardigans, crew necks, V-necks and vests. (No hoodies allowed.)
  • Colors are the same as for shirts.
  • Must have a collar on the sweater/sweatshirt or be worn underneath.


The first & second violation will result in a written warning. Third time violators will receive a before-school detention and a call home from the principal.

Students in violation of the dress code may be required to wear their gym shirt. If a child is given a top or bottom on loan from the office, they will have to leave their clothing as a “deposit” and pick it up the next day. The loaner clothing will need to be washed and returned to school the next school day.

A student should come to school dressed properly to go outside at all times of the year. He/she will be expected to go outside for lunch recess, and in some cases classroom recess, unless otherwise noted by a doctor. If the student’s attire is inappropriate, the parent will be contacted and expected to remedy the situation. 


Since student learning and safety are our top priority, the following guidelines are also in place:

  • Clothing, including outerwear and shoes, that displays inappropriate words or illustrations including, but not limited to tobacco, alcohol, weapons, violence, depiction of gang activity, (including graffiti, symbols, colors) etc., will not be allowed. Any inappropriate items will be confiscated and held in the office. They will be available for pickup at the end of the school year.
  • Shorts/skirts must reach at least to the fingertip of the student with arms extended at their side. No tops revealing the midriff or low cut shirts revealing cleavage will be permitted.
  • Hats and bandannas are not to be worn in the school.
  • Belts must be plain solid black, brown or uniform color.
  • Hair color must be a natural shade and hairstyles can not affect the learning environment.
  • Heavy chains, dog collars and large dangling earrings are not allowed.
  • Because of the number of stairs in the building, open toe and open back shoes will not be allowed.
  • A child’s skin should not be decorated with temporary tattoos, writing, glitter or excessive makeup
  • Expensive jewelry should be left at home, the school is not responsible for these items if lost or stolen.