During special school programs, school picture days, and designated field trips, boys and girls are required to wear a white shirt or blouse with a school tie. On these days students may not wear polo shirts.
Boys and girls are expected to come to school neatly dressed with shirts tucked in. Sweatshirts or sweaters which are not red, white, or blue may not be worn in the building and should be reserved for outside wear only.
Each child’s coat, hat, sweater, etc. must be clearly labeled with his/her name. We also recommend the labeling of lunch boxes, notebooks, bookbags, etc. This will facilitate returning lost articles to the children. Teachers may label student items if articles are brought to school with no identification. Lost and found items may be found in the designated container in the lunchroom. Items not claimed by Christmas break or the end of the school year will be donated to the used uniform sale or a local charity.
Jewelry should be kept to a minimum. Students may not have tattoos or dyed hair. Girls may not wear long, dangling or hoop earrings. Earrings for boys are not acceptable.
Hair is expected to be well groomed for boys and girls. Boys’ hair length should not be below the top of the collar and should be short enough in the front so as not to obstruct vision. Likewise, girls’ hair should be worn in such a way as to not obstruct vision or be in their face.
Parents are expected to see that children conform to the uniform requirements. If children are not properly dressed, parents will be contacted to bring in appropriate uniform attire.
On designated days, play clothes may be worn to school; however, students are expected to be neat and appropriately dressed for school. Students may not wear short shorts, exercise or tight fitting pants, sleeveless shirts, midriff tops, or low riding pants. Athletic shoes should be worn. Sandals, crocs, and backless shoes may not be worn on play clothes days for safety reasons. Students are strongly encouraged to adhere to the stated play clothes theme on these days.