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American Education Week November 18-22
Published by Shannon Rose on November 14, 2019
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American Education Week

        
Dress Code
Published by Shannon Rose on September 26, 2019
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DRESS FOR SUCCESS and a SUCCESSFUL MINDSET

 

Shirts:

  • Students are required to wear white, light blue, black, or navy shirts.  All shirts must have a collar. T-Shirts, of any kind, are not permitted.  Students may wear an approved color turtle neck or long sleeve shirt under a collared uniform shirt.  

Bottoms: 

  • Students are required to wear navy, black or khaki pants.  Students may also wear navy, black, or khaki joggers or cargo pants.   Students may wear knee-length shorts, knee-length skirts or skorts, and knee-length jumpers. Students may not wear jeans or sweatpants to school.  Students must wear belts if their pants/shorts/skirts have belt loops.  Students may only wear navy, black, or white leggings with knee-length skirts, skorts, or shorts.  Leggings may not be worn without knee-length skirts, skorts, or shorts.  

Shoes/Socks

  • Students are required to wear tennis shoes. Sandals and open-toe shoes are not allowed on campus.  Students may NOT wear shoes with wheels.  All students are required to wear socks to school each day. 

Coats/Outerwear

 

  • Students may wear any solid color sweaters, sweatshirts, and over-shirts while in the building.  Sweaters, sweatshirts, and over-shirts must be free of print and emblems. Students may not wear their hoodie hat on their heads while in the building.  Students may wear any type of outdoors coat to and from school, as well as at recess. Large coats may not be worn inside.

 

 

        
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Published by Shannon Rose on August 26, 2019
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Every Minute Counts
Published by Shannon Rose on August 26, 2019
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Every minute counts