TOPS: - White, navy, black, or orange collared or turtleneck shirts with sleeves are always acceptable. Small logos are permitted if school-appropriate.
- Additionally, students may wear ANY school shirt ANY day of the week. A "school shirt" is defined as any shirt purchased from the school (such as annual t-shirts which are sold each Fall) as well as any shirt provided free of charge to students by the school for any reason (such as for AR, band, DARE, Peer Helpers, Bluegrass Festival, etc.).
- Fridays only: school-appropriate team shirts / jerseys may be worn for a $1 donation.
BOTTOMS: boys – blue denim, khaki, or navy blue pants or shorts (corduroy fabric permitted)
girls – blue denim, khaki, or navy blue pants, skirts, Capri’s, shorts, skorts, jumpers, or dresses (corduroy fabric permitted). Jeggings can only be worn under clothing.
FOOTWEAR: must be worn at all times and must be closed-toe in nature
UNDERGARMENTS: must not be visible at any time except for the neckline or sleeves of an undershirt or the lower portion of leggings. Visible portion of undergarments must not be considered offensive in nature or potentially cause an academic disruption (per administrator judgement).
SWEATERS / SWEATSHIRTS: must be solid black, brown, grey, navy, tan, orange, or white
-- note: For the purposes of uniform policy enforcement, all outer garments with a zipper and/or a hood will be considered coats / jackets and the requirements listed below will apply.
COATS / JACKETS: can be any color or design but items must not have lettering or logo of alcohol, tobacco, and/or controlled substances, nor pictures, symbols, or artwork that might be considered offensive in nature or potentially cause an academic disruption (per administrator judgement).
BCBE Uniform Policy Infraction Consequences:
1st - warning and parent notified
2nd - office referral and parent notified
3rd – alternative placement and / or loss of privilege at administrator discretion (parent notified)
4th and subsequent - one day suspension (parent notified)
Additional BCBE Uniform Policy Guidelines:
- Clothing and general appearance may not cause a disturbance or interfere with the instructional program and must not constitute a health hazard.
- Clothing must be of appropriate length and fit. To be acceptable, short pants and skirts must extend beyond either the finger tips when the student extends arms downward along the sides or reach the mid-thigh, whichever is longer. Pants must completely cover underwear. Low cut pants, sagging pants, etc. are prohibited. Cuts, slits, holes, and slashes are not allowed at all.
- Excessively baggy or excessively tight fitting clothing is prohibited.
Note: This is a summary. See the official BCBE Elementary Uniform Policy for additional guidance.