ELEMENTARY UNIFORM DRESS CODE POLICY (K-5th)
All elementary students (K -5th) are expected to arrive dressed in their school uniform on the first day of school and each school day thereafter; unless prior notice has been given by school administration. Shirts are to be purchased at the elementary office.
Dress code will be strictly enforced
• Short-sleeved maroon polo shirt with official school emblem.
• Khaki pants from the retailer of your choice. OR • Khaki shorts (no shorter than 2 inches above the knees). OR
• Khaki skorts (girls only), shorts that look like a skirt. (no more than 2 inches above the knees)
• NO SKIRTS!/ NO JUMPERS!
• Brown or black belt (any style)
• Plain socks (no colorful socks visible when shoes are on}
• Maroon, Grey, Black, White, Tan or
Brown shoes ONLY (no color)
Dress Code Policy
• Uniforms should be worn to school daily; clean and pressed.
• Shirts should remain tucked into pants, skorts or shorts.
• Relaxed fit required (no baggy or tight-fitting attire}
– Boys-wrist watches only (no earrings for boys}
– Girls-modest jewelry (no hanging earrings for girls}
• No visible tattoos • Natural hair color
All school staff will be involved in the dress code enforcement. Students who may be considered in violation of the dress code will be referred to the principal or his/her designee for final decisions. A student found to be in violation of the dress code will not be permitted to return to class until the dress code issue is corrected. Students refusing to comply with the dress code policy may have increasing levels of accountability under the Discipline Guidelines. Students may be required to wear some school provided clothing to complete a school day.
The intent of this policy is not to prevent any student who is not in uniform from attending school. This is a progressive disciplinary plan for students who are considered non-compliant with the Dress Cade Policy and who have not been granted an exemption.
Parent(s} or guardian(s} may request an exemption from the School Uniform Policy by submitting a “Uniform Exemption Request Form” to the school principal. Exemptions will only be granted for religious reasons, medical reasons, financial reasons or other justifiable reasons.
- 1st Offense -Office Referral/Phone call to parent or guardian
- 2nd Offense -Principal or designee, parents, and student conference
- 3rd Offense/Subsequent & Chronic Offense -The student will be assigned a period of suspension