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Dress Code

Dress Code

2018-2019

Uniform: Polo style white or burgundy with 2-3 buttons and a collar must be worn. Dark khaki pants, shorts, skirts or jumpers may be worn. Sweatshirts that are burgundy or white may be worn over the uniform shirt and undershirts or turtlenecks are allowed under uniform shirts during cold weather. Approved Spirit T-shirts and five star family shirts may be worn on Fridays only. Official spirit T-shirts are sold in the office.

 

Belts: First and second grade students MUST wear belts with shirts tucked inside pants, shorts, and skirts.  Pre-k and Kn. students may wear elastic waist paints.

 

Jackets: Jackets with school colors and logos are recommended.

 

Shoes: Tennis shoes and socks are preferred. Slides, slippers, sandals without back straps, and flip-flops are unacceptable.

 

Boys Hair: Hair must be clean and well groomed.  Prohibited items include bandannas, hair wraps/scarfs, large headbands, extremes in hairstyles (discretion of administration), unnatural human hair colors, lines, letters, or designs shaved in head. Hair arranged in a manner detrimental to the performance of normal educational activities will be prohibited.  Hair must be kept out of eyes.

 

Girls Hair: Hair must be clean and well groomed. Prohibited items include bandannas, hair rollers, hair wraps/scarfs, large headbands, extremes in hairstyles (discretion of administration), unnatural human hair colors, lines, letters, or designs, shaved in the head.  Hair arranged in a manner detrimental to the performance of normal educational activities will be prohibited.

 

Not Allowed: Purses, tattoos, false or long nails, sunglasses, over-sized clothing, hats, large or hazardous jewelry

 

The Washington Parish School Board Code of Conduct rules and regulations will be strictly enforced. Students will receive a dress code violation notice if they are not in compliance. After 3 violations, students will be assigned to Saturday Detention.

 

Please see the monthly calendar for designated free dress day.

 

The principal maintains the right to determine what is appropriate.