PreK thru 8 Student Dress Expectations
Students come to school for the primary purpose of learning. Any fashion, dress, accessory or hairstyle that disrupts the educational process or presents a safety risk will not be permitted. Student dress expectations have been updated to support student comfort and provide flexibility for families.
Tops - Any solid color "polo" shirt (long or short-sleeved) or Francis Reh t-shirts. Students may also wear long-sleeved t-shirts under their short sleeved “polo” shirts depending on their individual comfort level.
Bottom - Any blue, black, tan, or gray colored bottoms, this includes uniform pants, jogging/sweatpants, and denim jeans without holes. Leggings by themselves and distressed jeans/jeans with holes, tears and/or shredding are not acceptable. Shorts and skirts must be no more than 2 inches above the knee, Shoes - Sneakers are preferred at all times and required for PE and other athletic activities. Crocs and sandals are acceptable. Flip-Flops are not acceptable at any time for safety reasons.
Indoor Jackets/Sweaters - Plain, solid color (no words, large logos and.or designs) hoodies, fleece, and knit sweaters based on their individual comfort level. Hoods may not be worn indoors. Students should come to school dressed for the weather. In the winter, boots, hats and gloves are a necessit
It is important for your son or daughter to be at school on time every day. If your child is 15 minutes late for school daily it is the same as missing 10.3 days of school. If they are 30 minutes late for school each day it is the same as missing 20.7 days of school. Please have your child at school on time every day so they do not miss out on valuable learning time.