Traditional Dress Code
The Uniform Dress Code does not allow for clothing with colored trim, stripes, embroidery, decoration, etc. It also does not provide for overalls (overalls with pants or shorts), sweat pants, knit pants/skirts, leggings, etc.
Bottoms: Navy, khaki/tan, black or jeans: shorts, pants, skorts, skirts, skirted jumpers must be plain, solid-color twill, corduroy or denim fabric; No holes or cutoffs allowed.
Tops: White, red, or navy with collar: must have long or short sleeves knit polo-type or woven dress shirts, blouses, turtlenecks, school t-shirts are OK (available thru the school office).
Other Dress Code Rules
- a belt is required if the garment has belt loops
- Shirts (including t-shirts) must be tucked in
- hooded sweatshirts are allowed but must comply with school top policy solid red, white, or navy
- shorts/skirts must be mid-thigh or longer
- clothing or footwear that is construed by the principal or designee as hazardous or dangerous to the health of the student or others can be prohibited
- clothes must be the appropriate size, with a waist of garment worn at student’s waist; clothing that is too tight or too loose is not appropriate for school
- a small logo is acceptable
- school administrators will determine if clothing is appropriate for school and complies with district rules
- tennis shoes are mandatory on PE days
School administrators have final authority to decide if clothing complies with district rules.