Dress Code – Uniform Policy

(Applicable to Early Kindergarten – 8th grade)

4.2010.7 Dress Code

The Board has adopted the following reasonable dress code and grooming guidelines to promote discipline, maintain order, secure the safety of students, and provide a healthy environment conducive to academic purposes. Prohibited Student dress or grooming practices include those which (1) present a hazard to the health or safety of the Student himself/herself or to others in the School, or, (2) materially interfere with school work, create disorder, or disrupt the educational program. All students are expected to wear neat, clean clothing that is appropriate for an educational environment. The Principal may require students to change any attire deemed inappropriate. For this purpose, the Principal may ask the student’s parents to bring different clothing to the school, or to remove the child from the premises. Adherence to the dress code is expected from the first day of school to the last. The school dress code must be worn every day and failure to do so will result in disciplinary action.

The dress code consists of the following:

● White, light blue or navy blue button down shirts with collars or polos
● Black or navy blue dress pants
● Navy blue or black knee length skirts or jumpers
● Navy blue or black knee length uniform style dress shorts may be worn when temperatures exceed 80 degrees
● Navy blue, white, black, or light blue sweaters
● White or light blue turtlenecks may be worn under shirts or sweaters
● Navy blue, black or Constellation sweatshirts may be worn in cool weather. ABSOLUTELY NO HOODED SWEATSHIRTS/GARMENTS MAY BE WORN DURING SCHOOL.
● Navy blue or black ties (optional)
● Black, white or navy blue socks
● Black dress shoes are preferred. Clean tennis or basketball shoes in good condition may be worn. Boots may be worn to school in the winter, but must be removed during school.
● Plain belts – black or brown – no decorations

Violations to the uniform requirement include, but are not limited to:

● Any clothing not identified above
● Any clothing with pictures or wording
● Hooded sweatshirts
● Sweatpants
● Open toed shoes
● Tennis shoes that light up, are neon bright or glitter styles
● Visible tattoos
● Jeans
● Piercing – Students may wear no more than two small post earrings per ear; worn in the ear lobe
● T-shirts
● Jewelry
● Any shirts that expose the shoulders or have a V neck
● Any clothing, shoes, hair color or style deemed inappropriate by the Principal

NOTE: Failure to adhere to the dress code will require appropriate uniform from home before returning to regularly scheduled classes.

Adopted: January 20, 2022

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