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Uniform Policy

 

Mandatory Student Uniform Policy

White or navy blue shirt with a collar

Navy blue pants, shorts, skirt or skort

 

Students will wear navy blue bottoms and white or navy blue tops.

Uniforms are to be worn everyday, without exception.

Noralto Spirit t-shirts may be worn on Fridays ONLY.

 

Girls may wear:

·       Long navy pants (may not be baggy or more than one waist size larger than waist measurement and may not touch the ground)

·       Jumpers, shorts, skirts, or skorts (no shorter than 3 inches above the knee)

 

Uniform material may not be denim, jeans or sheer material. 

Sweat pants, bike shorts and warm-ups are prohibited.

 

Boys may wear:

·       Long navy pants  or shorts (may not be baggy or more than one waist size larger than waist measurement and may not touch the ground)

 

Uniform material may not be denim or jeans. 

Sweat pants, bike shorts and warm-ups are prohibited.

 

Outerwear should be:

·       Blue or white jackets, sweaters and sweatshirts (permissible and encouraged in the classroom)

 

All other colors are allowed on the playground, but must be taken off in the classroom.

 

Footwear MUST be:

·       Tennis shoes or shoes covering the toes and with socks

·       Appropriate for recess and PE

·       If heels are worn, they cannot be more than two inches high

 

Make-up, fake fingernails and dangling or hoop earrings are not allowed.

 

PLEASE NOTEAlthough we cannot require our families to spend money to buy school uniforms, if we provide uniform shirts to our students then we can require that they wear those to school and come in uniform everyday.  If a student comes to school out of uniform, they will be given a reminder note to take home and will be sent to the office to get a uniform shirt to immediately change into.  Each time a student comes to school out of uniform, this is what will happen.  By the 3rd infraction, a phone call will be made home as a reminder of our uniform policy.  By the 5th such trip, students will not be given a brand new shirt, but instead will receive a loaner shirt to wear for the day.   This shirt must be returned before leaving school for the day.  This will continue until a student comes to school in the appropriate school uniform.

 

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