5-8 Girls: All Boys



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2015-2016 Uniform Dress Code

K-4

Girls

5-8

Girls:

All Boys:

**Only San Francisco de Asis School embroidered logos are acceptable. Embroidered logo shirts can be purchased at Dennis Uniform Co. (jumpers, skirts, shorts or skorts can be no shorter than 2" above the knees)

Parents are to purchase uniforms from Dennis Uniform Company. Slacks and shorts may be purchased from Kohl’s/Sears/Lands End School Uniform Selections. Clothing purchased from other stores or companies is not allowed.

  • Dennis Cardin plaid jumper (4th transitioning to skirts)

  • Navy blue twill dress pants

  • Navy blue walking shorts or skorts during designated months only.

  • Green logo polo shirt (long or short sleeved)

  • White plain under shirts may be worn with the polo shirt

  • Green logo turtleneck

  • Navy blue or grey logo sweatshirt, cardigan or pullover sweater

  • Navy blue or black leggings (must be worn with socks covering the bottom of the leggings.)

  • Navy blue or black tights

  • Navy blue, black or white ankle socks or knee highs (no lace or logos)

  • Socks must be pulled up & be clearly visible above shoes. Navy blue, black or brown belt (Kinder & First Grade optional)

  • Cardin plaid pleated skirt

  • Navy blue or khaki twill dress pants

  • Navy blue or khaki twill walking shorts or skorts during designated months only.

  • Green logo polo shirt (long or short sleeved)

  • White plain under shirt may be worn under the polo shirt

  • Green logo turtle neck

  • Navy blue or grey logo sweatshirt, cardigan or pullover sweater

  • Navy blue or black leggings (must be worn with socks covering the bottom of the leggings.)

  • Navy blue or black tights (no ribbing or chain stitch)

  • Navy blue, black or white ankle socks or knee highs (no lace or logos)

  • Navy blue, black or brown belt




  • (K-8) Navy blue twill dress pants

  • (5-8) Khaki twill dress pants (no patch pockets, dickies, pajama bottoms, or sagging pants).

  • (K-8) Navy blue walking shorts during designated months only.

  • (5-8) Khaki walking shorts during designated months only.

  • Green logo polo shirt (long or short sleeved)

  • White plain under shirt may be worn under the polo shirt

  • Green logo turtleneck

  • Navy blue or grey logo sweatshirt, cardigan or pullover sweater

  • Navy blue, black, or white ankle socks. Socks must be pulled up & be clearly visible above shoes. No tubesocks.

Navy blue, black, or brown belt (Kinder & First Grade optional)


Mass Day uniform for all students: (including Holy Days)

Girls: K - 7th grades: Dennis jumpers (K-4) or skirt (4-8) and green logo shirts

(Pants or shorts are not to be worn on Mass Days by girls.)



Boys: Navy blue (K-5) or Khaki (5-8) long pants and green logo shirt

8th grade Girls Dennis Uniform Company or Sears/Lands End School Uniform Selection for white oxford, short or long sleeved blouses. Blouses need to clean and pressed. Nylons with dress shoes (up to 1 ½ inch heel height maximum)

8th grade Boys Dennis Uniform Company or Sears/Lands End School Uniform Selection for white oxford shirt, short or long sleeves. Shirts must be clean and pressed with a solid Navy blue tie. Dress Shoes with socks.

Seasonal Wear: Walking shorts and skorts are allowed from the BEGINNING of the school year until

October 15th. Students may also wear shorts and skorts from April 15th until the end of the school year.



San Francisco de Asis School Scout Troops may wear their Scout uniform on designated days only. All students may wear other school and parish shirts on Fridays; ex. Pentecost shirts, retreat shirts, You are loved shirts.







What it looks like

What it doesn’t look like

Uniform:

  • Skirts, shorts and skorts no shorter than 2" from the top of the knee

  • Shirts must be tucked in

  • Pants, shorts, skorts and skirts must be worn at the natural waist

  • Uniform sweaters & sweatshirts




  • Non uniform outerwear cannot be worn in the building or during Mass

  • No hats of any kind

  • Faded, tight, stained, frayed, torn

  • Rolled waistbands

  • Oversized, or sagging pants

  • Dickies, pajama, patch pockets,

Footwear:

  • Athletic Shoes with rubber soles

  • Closed toes

  • Shoelaces tied in a traditional manner on top of the shoe.

  • Decorations/Glitter

  • Wheels

  • Flip-flops/Open toed shoes

  • Platform shoes or clogs

  • Hiking & Cowboy Boots (Snow Boots are allowed outside but must be changed once in the classroom)

Belts:

  • Leather: Navy, brown or black

  • Cloth: Navy Belt must be able to

fit in the belt loops

  • Visible

  • Frayed or torn

  • Large oversized buckles

Hair:

  • Neat and clean

  • Natural color

  • Hairspray may be applied at home and worn to school

  • Girls hair accessories:

scrunches, tie bands, headbands, small bows & barrettes to match uniform colors (Navy Blue, Black, White, Green)

  • Boy’s haircuts must be traditional style, cut above the top of the ears, eyes and collar.




  • Extreme, fad, unkempt, spiked or messy styles

  • Hair color or sun enhanced lightener

  • Hair spray at school

  • Boys: Long hair (past the eyes, ears or collar) including ponytails or bushy hair that looks messy and uncombed

  • No Mohawks or spiked hair

  • Haircuts that are buzzed with designs shaved or cut into them are not permitted.

  • Girl’s hair must be neat and not cover their faces.

  • Hair extensions/Corn Rows/Dread Locks

  • No Flowers

  • No Glitter on Headbands

Jewelry:

  • Religious medal or cross

  • Medical alert on a chain

  • Simple watch

  • Rings

  • Bracelets

Earring:

  • Multiple

  • Dangling

  • Hoop earrings (small or large)

  • Earrings worn by boys

Makeup:

  • Prescription blemish preparations

  • Clear (colorless) nail polish

  • Chapstick, carmex and blistex

  • Make-up

  • Artificial nails

  • French manicures

  • Colored Nail Polish






































Special Dress Day:




  • Appearance should always be in good taste and appropriate for an educational setting

  • Tank tops

  • Pajamas .

  • Non-uniform Jewelry

  • Baggy or Skin Tight Fitting Clothes

  • Non-uniform Shorts/Short-Shorts

  • Bare midriff

  • Tied T-shirts

  • Open toed shoes



What is not allowed on regular days also applies to special dress days. Responsibility for following the dress code lies with the students and parents.
Uniform Violations

Homeroom teachers have the responsibility to check and ensure that their students are in uniform compliance at the start of the school day. Students may be given a uniform warning by the homeroom teacher at this time. If a student is out of uniform for any other classes after the first check by the homeroom teacher, the student will receive a Uniform Disciplinary Referral Form and will be required to pay a $3.00 fine. This applies to all students in Grades 4-8. K-3 students will receive a note home. Please remember that for uniform violations that cannot be easily “fixed”, the student will remain in the classroom until the parent arrives with the correct uniform. All fines are placed in a special uniform fund to help families with the cost of uniforms.

Note: For serious and/or repeated violations of the dress code, immediate consequences may be warranted. Further, if a student comes to school improperly dressed, a call will be made to the parent/guardian to bring uniform clothes so the student can get into uniform. Also every effort will be made by the school staff to find used uniforms in our uniform supplies that could help a situation when the uniform had been ripped or damaged.


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