• Uniform Guidelines
    Uniform Tops
    Shirts with a collar
    ● Navy ● Gray ● Black ● White
    Shirts with no collar
    ● Navy ● Gray ● Black ● Gold ● White ● Any school/district sponsored shirt (includes jerseys)
    ● No hood (not even tucked in) ● Logos should be limited to the right, or left chest area only
    Logos/Screen Print on Shirts (ALL)
    ● Logos should be limited to the right, or left chest area only ● Only appropriate logos are allowed
    Uniform Bottoms
    ● Navy ● Black ● Khaki ● Denim
    Joggers are allowed
    No rips/holes where skin can be seen on any bottoms
    No leggings (unless under skirt or jeans)
    ● No slides, no slippers ● Any color is fine
    ● Only allowed at lunchtime ● Not allowed in hallways ● Classroom cellphone/headphone use at teacher discretion
    Uniform Free Day 
    • Uniform Free Days are a day for students to dress in a way that is not as limited as a typical day. This means students can dress more fashionably, with different color combinations. It is not a casual dress down day or a day to dress in all one color. This is still our place of business and it is to reflect a level of professionalism and decorum. We still do not want sweat clothes/gym clothes such as gym shorts or pants, pants with holes, leggings or tights. Inappropriate images or slogans on shirts or clothing that have holes are also not allowed. Additionally, shirts should have sleeves and students should have a uniform back up in case they did not meet this expectation and so the family is not inconvenienced to accommodate their oversight.