DRESS CODE: ** The principal will make the final decision on what is/is not appropriate in regards to the uniform policy/dress code. THE UNIFORM SHIRT - The shirt shall consist of a white or navy polo knit shirt with no logo and with either short or long sleeves. Each school will have the option of another colored shirt. The optional top may have the school logo imprinted on the left chest over the heart. All shirts must be tucked in at the student's waist. All shirts must be long enough to remain tucked when seated. An undershirt may be worn under the uniform top. The undershirt must be white and the sleeve cannot
be longer than the sleeve length of the uniform top. Turtlenecks or mock turtlenecks are not allowed under/over the uniform shirt. * Option of another color for the shirt is kelly green. EXCEPTIONS – Eunice Elementary Spirit Shirts may be worn on Fridays. UNIFORM BOTTOMS - Bottoms shall consist of classic, traditional, straight leg dark khaki/navy cotton twill uniform pants or walking shorts with a finished hem (side slits on hems are not allowed). Uniform bottoms must fit at the waist and crotch and be within one (1) size of student's actual waist/inseam measurement. No cargo pockets or flaps on back pockets are allowed on uniform bottoms. Bell-bottoms, joggers, carpenter/cargo style pants, hip huggers or jeans of any color and/or type are not allowed. Brand name emblems on uniform bottoms may not exceed 1" to 2" in size. All uniform bottoms must have a waistband with belt loops. Walking shorts shall not be more than four inches (4") above the back crease of the knee. Sagging of the uniform bottoms will not be allowed. NOTE: Maternity wear will consist of uniform colored maternity pants. Should uniform bottoms be worn, they must remain zipped and buttoned. EXCEPTIONS – Students may wear blue jeans/shorts/skirts on Fridays for the price of $1. The jeans must be traditional “blue” jeans with no holes. This attire must also follow rules listed above and below for pants, shorts, and skirts.
UNIFORM BOTTOMS FOR GIRLS - In addition to the above uniform bottoms, traditional style uniform jumpers and skirts will be allowed and must have a finished hem and shall not be more than four (4) inches above the back crease of the knee. All items of clothing must be worn as intended by design. Allowable colors are dark khaki and navy. Overalls are not permitted. Stone, white or dark brown uniform bottoms are not allowed. Dark khaki/navy skorts are allowed for Pre-K-2nd grade. NOTE: No tight or revealing clothing worn by any student will be tolerated.
BELTS - A black, brown, khaki, white, navy or optional school color belt must be worn or a plain belt with a buckle no larger than 2" x 3". No studs will be allowed. The entire length of the belt must be worn inside the loops. Hanging of any part of the belt outside the belt loops is not allowed. However, Pre-K through 2nd grade students may wear uniform bottoms with an elastic waistband without having to wear a belt. Belt loops should not be removed; if present, a belt must be worn for Pre-K2nd grade.
SOCKS - Socks must be worn at all times. They must be solid navy, white, black, brown or the school optional color with no inappropriate emblem or logo.
SHOES - Students must wear a closed shoe (front and back). Sandals, clogs, flip-flops, slippers, or other similar types of shoes are not allowed. Shoes must be laced and tied; Velcro straps must be secured.
OUTERWEAR - In cold weather, students will be allowed to wear the following over their school uniform: SWEATSHIRT - A sweatshirt must be waist length with a tight, ribbed elastic bottom, must be plain, solid colored in black, white, heather gray, or navy with no emblem, logo, or marking. Students can wear a sweatshirt in the optional school color with school logo. SWEATER - Crew neck, v-neck, or cardigan style (those that button or zip from the bottom) sweaters must have sleeves, must be waist length, must be plain, solid-colored in black, white, heather gray or navy with no emblem, logo, or marking. Optional school color with school logo and school-issued sweaters are permitted. LIGHTWEIGHT JACKET/WINDBREAKER/COAT - All outerwear, except for sweatshirts, must zip, button, or snap from top to bottom and must not be longer than upper mid-thigh. Outerwear must be plain, solid-colored in black, white, khaki, heather gray or navy with no emblem, logo, or marking, however, jackets in the optional school color with school logo and school-issued jackets are permitted.
DRESS CODE GROOMING COMPONENT - The only body piercing jewelry girls will be allowed to wear is earrings. Body piercing jewelry and make-up is not allowed for males. Excessive jewelry worn by both males or females or excessively worn make-up that distracts from the learning environment or poses a safety problem will not be allowed. Pre K- 6 school males may not have a mustache or facial hair; 7 – 12 school males may have a well-groomed, neatly trimmed mustache; other facial hair is not allowed. Hairstyles for both males and female that are distracting in length, style, or color are prohibited. It is to be restrained as to be pulled back for health, safety, and identification of the student. The principal or his/her designee will determine this. Spiked hair including mohawks for both males and females is not allowed. Hair on males, no matter what style, that is longer than the bottom of the earlobes on the
side, below the eyebrows in the front, and longer than the top of the collar in the back is not allowed. Ornamentation such as ribbons, bows, beads, etc. are not allowed for males. Belts must be worn properly around the waist –sagging pants are not allowed. Students MAY NOT wear any of the following items: • NO backless, strapless or sleeveless shirts • NO halter tops, tank tops, or belly shirts • NO plain white T-shirts; shirts with inappropriate words, slogans or pictures • NO pajamas or see-through items of any kind • NO excessively tight or excessively loose items • NO slippers, sandals, backless shoes or high heels • NO skirts that are more than 3 inches above the knee, wind pants, sweat pants or warm-ups • NO head-gear of any kind, including hats, caps, skull caps, head-bands or bandannas VIOLATIONS - First offense: An infraction will be documented and the parent may be contacted to pick up the child until he/she is in compliance. Further disciplinary action may result from future