Dress Code

Dress Code Policies

Students who repeatedly violate the uniform policy will be denied participation in the next dress-down day and/or face disciplinary action.

 

Hair

Boys must have a traditional haircut and one natural color

Hair must be above the eyebrows, off the ears, and above the collar

Hair must be kept neat and clean

No facial hair is permitted

 

Girls must have a traditional haircut and one natural color

Bangs must be above the eyebrows

Hair must be kept neat and clean

Hair decorations should be small and coordinate with the uniform

 

Jewelry

Girls may wear one earring (post or small type) on lower lobe in each ear

No hoop earrings permitted

Boys may not wear earrings

One small ring permitted

One watch may be worn on the wrist

Only one bracelet or band may be worn

One religious medal, cross or crucifix, on a thin silver or gold chain may be worn

Fingernails should be kept neat and trimmed

Girls may not wear nail polish, artificial nails, or nail tips

Perfume/cologne, make-up, hats, or sunglasses are not permitted during the school day

 

Brownie/Scout Uniforms

Students may wear the scout uniforms on meeting days

 

Dress Down Days

Dress down day is a privilege. Children who violate or challenge the dress down policy will be asked to notify the parent and request a change of clothing be brought to school.

 

Dress Down Days (BOYS)

Top of pants MUST be around waist

Shirts must be plain shirts or t-shirts with positive messages only

Sneakers or shoes; no boots or opened back or opened toe shoes allowed

All other regulations apply

 

Dress Down Days (GIRLS)

Tops must have sleeves and be long enough to cover the torso

Shorts and skirts must be loose fitting and appropriate in length

Sneakers or shoes with heel no bigger than 1 inch may be worn

No boots or opened back or opened toe shoes allowed