Dress Code Uniforms
What can I wear on Free Dress Days?
District Annual Information Handbook states the following about rules for school attire:
- Shoes must be worn at all times
- Clothing must be free from tears, rips, holes, etc. Clothes shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times. See-through or fish-net fabrics, halter tops, off-the-shoulder or low-cut tops, bare midriffs and skirts or shorts shorter than mid-thigh are prohibited.
- Shirts and blouses should have sleeves.
- No hats, baseball caps, beanies, or their head gear is to be worn on campus or at school activities, unless such head gear is approved sun-protective head gear, religious reasons or medically required and approved by school principal.
If students are dressed inappropriately on Free Dress days they will lose the privilege to participate in the remaining Free Dress days.
Dress Code / Uniforms
What does our uniform look like?
District Handbook states that district colors are navy blue and white, with navy bottoms and white tops. Shirts and blouses must have sleeves and must be tucked in.
* Collared shirt with solid color: white, navy, teal, purple, light blue
*Navy or khaki uniform bottoms (skirt, shorts, skorts, pants)
*Leggings or jeggings can only be worn under appropriate length shorts or skirts
*No hats, beanies, etc.
*The length of shorts and skirts must touch the bottom of middle finger.
**If your child is out of uniform they will be sent to the office to change or call home to get a change of clothes. They will also receive lunch detention. Students will be responsible for making up the work they miss in class. Students will receive additional consequences if continuously out of dress code.