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At the elementary level, we acknowledge that student dress is primarily the responsibility of the parent; the school also believes that it has a responsibility to ensure that students are appropriately dressed. The following guidelines have been developed to ensure that student's clothing is in good taste and that it does not disrupt the learning environment.
Boots, mittens, and warm clothing are required items for outdoor play in chilly, wet, cold, and muddy conditions.
Finger-tip length shorts, flip-flops, and sandals may be worn before October 15th and after April 15th, weather permitting. Open toed shoes such as sandals and flip-flops may not be worn on the playground equipment or the soccer field.
Clothing not permitted includes: midriff tops, spaghetti straps, halters, tube tops, saggy jeans/pants, pajama pants (except on special "theme" days),
no head coverings in classroom: such as hats, caps, hoods (barring medical conditions), no writing on the seat of the pants/jeans/shorts.
Clothing or accessories may not:
-be revealing in any way
- have writing which is offensive/obscene/illegal
-have unrepaired holes in jeans/pants
-be shorter than finger-tip length (skirts, dresses, shorts, etc.)
This dress code pertains to all school sponsored activities/field trips, and after school activities.
This is not an all inclusive list; administration reserves the right to evaluate what is acceptable school attire. If your child comes to school wearing inappropriate clothing, parent will be called and the student will be sent to the office where they will remain until parents bring a change of clothing.