DRESS AND APPEARANCE
Appropriate attire is to be used in order to keep the school environment purposeful, practical, and meaningful. Student dress and appearance shall not be hazardous to the health and safety of anyone in the school community, nor shall it have a negative effect or be disruptive to the educational process.
Students must be dressed appropriately for school activities and to meet the existing weather conditions. They should have winter boots, hats, gloves, or mittens to wear for outdoor play during the winter season. Also, encourage students to layer sweaters and sweatshirts because of the variation in room temperatures.
The following regulations apply to student dress:
Footwear must be worn at all times; all shoes must have back straps. Flip flops and heels over 1" are prohibited
No caps/hats may be worn in the building during the school day
Outer garments such as coats and jackets may not be worn in the classroom
No clothing may be worn that depicts any form of illegal activity, advertises a drug or tobacco product or contain obscene writing, profanity, suggestive phrases/pictures, or promotes violence
No spaghetti straps less than 1"
The office staff will call families if a student's dress or appearance disrupts the class or learning activities so that appropriate clothing can be brought to school for the child.
Children will be expected to go outside for recess. Please dress your child appropriately for daily weather conditions.