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Top: Girls
•Shirts should be proper fitting, and long enough to cover undergarments and stomachs. •Muscle shirts, tank tops and spaghetti straps are not permitted. •Items with inappropriate language or logos and/or items with tobacco, alcohol or drug advertisements are not allowed.
Bottom: Girls
Pants and Jeans •Pants and jeans should be neat and size appropriate. They should not have holes, be frayed, or excessively worn. •Pants and jeans should not be baggy, oversized, tight, or expose undergarments. Shorts and skirts: •Shorts & skirts should be neat, loose fitting, and length must be 1” below index finger when hands are by the side. •Mini-skirts and short-shorts are not allowed. •It is suggested that girls wearing dresses or skirts wear shorts underneath for modesty during recess.
Top: Boys
•Shirts should be proper fitting, and long enough to cover undergarments and stomachs. •Muscle shirts, tank tops are not permitted. •Items with inappropriate language or logos and/or items with tobacco, alcohol or drug advertisements are not allowed.
Bottom: Boys
Pants and Jeans •Pants and jeans should be neat and size appropriate. They should not have holes, be frayed, or excessively worn. •Pants and jeans should not be baggy, oversized, tight, or expose undergarments. Shorts and skirts: •Shorts should be neat, loose fitting, and length must be 1” below index finger when hands are by the side. •Short-shorts are not allowed.
Shoes
Shoes: •Only tennis shoes are to be worn.
Outerwear
Rain Ponchos: •Parents are asked to purchase inexpensive rain ponchos for students to wear on rainy days. Unless there is thunder and lightening, we walk students to their vehicles on rainy days. Inexpensive packages of ponchos may be purchased at your local Dollar General, Dollar Tree, etc.
Additional Notes
Our dress code is designed to encourage modesty, while still allowing for individuality, comfort, and practicality. This freedom still allows for personal expression, while promoting an environment that is conducive to work and academic achievement. In order to achieve this level of excellence, all children must be neat and well groomed in appearance. Please encourage your child to dress appropriately for school as well as weather conditions. If a student’s dress becomes a distraction to the educational environment, it will be dealt with on an individual basis. Any clothing/accessory/etc. that is not identified below, and creates a distraction in the educational environment, will be handled at the discretion of the administration. The following guidelines for dress and appearance are to be observed by all students. Accessories: •No earrings are allowed on boys. •For safety reasons, girls should not wear hoop or dangling earrings. •Make-up is not appropriate for elementary school girls. •No visible body art or drawings (tattoos) permitted. •Hats/head coverings (except for medical reasons)/bandanas may not be worn in the building at any time. •Winter hats may only be worn outside or on the playground. Hair: •Hair should be clean and neat in appearance. Hair must be of natural colors. Hairstyles should not be unusual or distracting. It is recommended that all backpacks, coats, sweaters, sweatshirts, etc. be labeled with the child’s name. Rolling backpacks are allowed for 3rd – 5th grades only. Upon a violation of the dress code, the parent will be notified and expected to come to the school and either bring suitable dress for the child to change into, or take the child home to change clothing. Continued violation may necessitate a conference with the child and the parents, which could lead to an out-of-school suspension. Clothing and grooming which are questionable in regard to modesty or appropriateness should be avoided. The administration serves as the final authority in these matters.