BEING OUT OF UNIFORM KEEPS THE TEAM FROM THE GOAL
A positive self-image is an important key to success.Students are expected to come to school everyday dressed neatly in clean uniforms.
Black pants, black belt, white or black shirt (polo or dress), black/white socks, black cardigan sweater. Black shorts may be worn in the spring or summer. Suggested shoes: Black Sneakers.
Black pants, jumpers, shirts (Kick pleat or full pleat). White or black blouse (Peter Pan, pointed collar, or polo). Black, white, tights or socks (NO JEANS ARE TO BE WORN UNDER THE SKIRT OR DRESS). Black or White cardigan sweater. Black skorts or shorts maybe worn in the spring and summer. Suggested shoes: Closed Toe Black Rubber Shoes are the safest. Black sneakers may also be worn.
SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY
The MANDATORY UNIFORM POLICY includes steps to follow when students are not in compliance. Efforts will remain positive and include incentives to ensure compliance and may occasionally include free days which will be designated by the school; parents will be informed well in advance regarding special dress days, i.e. Spirit Week, Dress Down days, etc. New students to the school will have seven school days in which to purchase and begin wearing the uniform.
Non-compliance: After all positive efforts and incentives have proven to be ineffective in bringing the non-compliant student(s) into compliance, corrective action will be taken and will include parent notification, conference and finally, an option for the student to be reassigned to a school that does not have a mandatory school uniform policy. Please note, in the event your child is reassigned to another school, no transportation will be provided. After three compliance violations, the reassignment process will occur. Further details will be addressed under separate notification.