• Uniform Policy

    All students are expected to comply with Lake Arbor’s Uniform/Dress code Policy.  In an effort to be certain that all students and parents are aware of this policy, it is listed below.  Please review the Uniform Policy with your student(s) to ensure that they too are aware of the school’s expectations. The uniform policy will be strictly enforced during the 2014-2015 school year.

    Boys & Girls

    • Navy blue traditional uniform pants (no cargo pockets)
    • Navy blue knee-length shorts, skirt, skort, or jumper
    • White or burgundy polo style or Peter Pan/dress collared uniform shirt (shirts must be tucked in)
    • White or navy blue socks, tights, or stockings (one solid color)
    • (***NEW***) Any flat closed-toe shoes (No heels, wedges, or Heelys)
    • Black or brown belt
    • Navy blue sweater/jacket (free of any logos or insignia; Lake Arbor Spirit Wear jacket is acceptable)


    No additional accessories should be worn (ex. ties, suspenders, scarfs, vest) etc.

    Purses should be no larger than 8 X 11 (hint: measure it against notebook paper).

    Jewelry should be worn inside of clothing. Earrings should be about the size of a quarter.

    Any item/article of clothing that is a distraction to the learning process or deemed unsafe must be removed.


     Consequences for Violation of Uniform/Dress Code Policy:

    1. For a first violation, the child’s teacher contacts the parent(s) or guardian(s) and notifies the principal that a violation has occurred. The student will be given a warning and asked to comply by removing the item or by changing into the proper uniform.  The item will be taken home at the end of the day.
    2. For a second violation, the teacher refers the student to the principal who contacts the parent(s) or guardian(s) by telephone and in writing that a second violation has occurred.
    3. Repeated violations will be deemed as persistent disobedience or insubordination and will be dealt with in accordance with the Code of Student Conduct.

    *PGCPS assumes no liability for theft, loss, or damage of items by students on school property or held by school officials during the confiscation period.