Students are expected to wear clothing that is fitting for a character education program. We are a character-based program and questionable slogans on shirts or inappropriate fashion statements are not acceptable.

  • Skirts and Shorts at an appropriate length—fingertip
  • No ‘spaghetti’ strips- ‘Lasagna’ straps are acceptable
  • To keep our school clean, all students are required to have indoor and outdoor shoes. For safety reasons, flip-flops are not recommended, as students regularly have Phys. Ed. outdoors when the weather is nice.
  • All hats are to be removed when entering the building.

Students are required to go outside at recess unless abnormal weather conditions prevail.
Please dress children appropriately for cold or rainy weather.
Remember to clearly label all clothing and footwear with your child’s name in case these
items become lost or misplaced.

Dress Code

Students are expected to wear clothing that is fitting for a character education program. We are a character-based program and questionable slogans on shirts or inappropriate fashion statements are not acceptable.

  • Skirts and Shorts at an appropriate length—fingertip
  • No ‘spaghetti’ strips- ‘Lasagna’ straps are acceptable
  • To keep our school clean, all students are required to have indoor and outdoor shoes. For safety reasons, flip-flops are not recommended, as students regularly have Phys. Ed. outdoors when the weather is nice.
  • All hats are to be removed when entering the building.

Students are required to go outside at recess unless abnormal weather conditions prevail.
Please dress children appropriately for cold or rainy weather.
Remember to clearly label all clothing and footwear with your child’s name in case these
items become lost or misplaced.

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