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Uniform Policy

The quality of work students produce at school as well as their attitude, is affected by their personal appearance. Appropriate dress and grooming contribute to a productive learning environment. Students are encouraged to wear clothes that are in good taste, that promote positive self-esteem, and that are appropriate for a school setting and represent scholarship. Teachers and all school staff exemplify and reinforce acceptable student dress and help students develop an understanding of appropriate appearance in a school setting. With these principles in mind we have voted to adopt a voluntary uniform dress code for the entire student body. Please follow these guidelines with regards to the school uniform, general dress code, and personal appearance:

• Always present an acceptable standard of cleanliness and neatness; demonstrate a standard of personal hygiene free from dirt and disorder

• Navy blue or black long pants, shorts, skirts, skorts, jumpers, dark blue or black jeans

• White, red, light blue or navy blue collared shirt or spirit shirt are acceptable

• No spandex, leggings or jeggings

• Skirts, dresses, and shorts need to be long enough to touch the end of the fingers when arms are down by the child’s thighs

• Pants should fit well (not overly baggy or tight or too low on hips)

• Shirts must cover the belly when arms are extended over the head

• Blouses/shirts should not be see-through

• No spaghetti straps

• Hats are allowed to be worn on campus when outside to keep the sun off their faces, but must be removed inside all buildings

• No inappropriate slogans on clothing. Printing should not include slogans or reference to drugs/alcohol, inappropriate, obscene, or profane words or symbols

• No wallet chains or chains hanging from clothing

• No dangling earrings (only posts or tiny hoops)

• No make-up is allowed

• No unnatural hair colors; extreme hairstyles are not permitted, this includes mohawks

• Closed-toe shoes must be worn at all times and they should be practical to allow for running, jumping, and kicking while participating in various school activities. Slippers or flip-flop type sandals, skate shoes, elevated heels or open-toed shoes are not permitted. Leather soled shoes are discouraged because of the danger of slipping.

When a student is not in uniform or wears unacceptable clothing to school, the parents will be contacted to bring the appropriate clothing to school or the student may be sent home.