Dress Code

Students are expected to come to school wearing clothing that is appropriate and conducive to learning. Our dress code is based on safety and allowing a learner to fully participate in school. Parents will be contacted and asked to bring a change of clothing if a learner is wearing garments that may be unsafe or impede the learner's ability to fully engage in school activities. Please keep the following in mind when selecting school clothes for your child.

  • The sun is powerful, please select clothing that covers shoulders, bellies, and backs. (And apply sunscreen to uncovered areas like arms, faces, and necks.) Opt away from tank tops, spaghetti straps and midriff-baring clothing. These areas get a lot of sun during recess, lunch, and PE.
  • Avoid short-shorts and too tight clothing that makes it difficult for students to run, jump, stretch and climb.
  • Avoid clothes with dangly bits that might get caught in play equipment. Bib overalls may be worn as long as the straps are fastened.
  • Clothing with slogans that endorse tobacco, drugs, alcohol and demeaning statements are not allowed at school.
  • Clothing that is aligned with any "gang" affiliation is not permitted.
  • Close-toed shoes must be worn at all time. For safety, select supportive footwear that allows the learners to fully participate in their physical education classes.
  • Hats, caps, scarves, hoods and visors may be worn outside the school buildings.
  • Trousers must be worn around the waist and secured with a belt if they are loose.

A lost and found rack is kept in the hallway near the auditorium. Any items not claimed are donated to charity on the day before winter and spring break and on the last day of school.

Please write your child's name in all jackets, sweaters, backpacks, raincoats, lunch boxes, and other items that are used at school.

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