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School Uniform Policy

Elementary Grades K - 6

Compliance Code

 

1st infraction: Warning and parent notified

 

2nd infraction: Referral to office and parent notified

 

3rd infraction: Detention

 

4th infraction & subsequent: One day suspension and parent notified

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White or Navy

Collared shirt with sleeves or turtleneck. School color polo as approved by the principal. Small unobtrusive logo is permitted

BOYS

Khaki or navy blue pants or shorts (corduroy fabric permitted) Or pants or shorts – made of denim material that is blue in color

GIRLS

Khaki or navy blue Pants, skirts, capri’s, shorts, skorts, jumpers or dresses (corduroy fabric permitted) pants, skirts, capri’s, shorts, skorts, jumpers or dresses – made of denim material that is blue in color

 

Undergarments

Footwear

Undergarments, excluding the neckline of an undershirt, must not be visible at any time. Pajamas are prohibited.

 

Footwear must be worn at all times and be closed toe in nature.

  

SWEATSHIRTS AND SWEATERS

Must be solid: Black, Brown, Navy, Tan, Gray, White or school colors as published by the principal

 

COATS and JACKETS

 

Outerwear items must not have lettering, or logo of alcohol, tobacco,   and/or controlled substance, nor pictures, symbols, art work that might be offensive in nature and cause a disruption to the educational process.

ITEMS NOT ALLOWED   Wind Pants/Sweatpants, velour pants, tights, yoga pants, jeggings, over-sized clothing, overalls, bellbottoms, un-hemmed clothing, clothing with cuts, slits, holes or slashes in inappropriate places, sleeveless shirts, overcoats, or trench coats.

Pupils are expected to be clean and appropriately dressed for school. Dress and appearance must not present health or safety problems or cause disruption and should encourage a serious approach to school. The local school principal will be the final authority for determining appropriate dress within the framework of the policy.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • 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. Excessively baggy or excessively tight-fitting clothing is prohibited.
  • Shirts must completely cover the midriff area when sitting and standing and expose no cleavage.
  • Adornments that could reasonably be perceived as weapons or used to inflict harm (i.e. chains, spikes, etc.) are prohibited.
  • Gang related apparel is prohibited at all times at any school function or school sponsored activity. Items deemed inappropriate under this category are at the discretion of the principal.
  • Heads must remain un-covered in the building.
  •  Students who transfer from other school districts will be given five (5) days to come into compliance with the dress code.
  • Schools may use t-shirts on field trips or spirit day as approved by the principal.

*** Revised June2018

School purchased t-shirts may be worn Monday-Thursday.  There is no restriction as to the year the shirt was purchased but it must be a Fairhope Intermediate shirt.  Friday is still Fairhope Pride so any shirt that reflects Fairhope pride is acceptable.