Elementary Dress Code

All students with the exception of the preschool and kindergarten students, will wear uniforms beginning the first day of school.

Boys Grades 1-5

Mass Day – Formal Dress Code

 

Bottoms: Navy dress slacks – corduroy is permitted
-no jeans or denim
-no oversized or baggy slacks

Shorts – navy – walking style
-no shorter than 2 inches above the knee
– no oversized or baggy shorts
– worn August, September, October, April, May and June (weather permitting)
-shorts are not permitted to be worn at Mass

Regular Dress Code

Shirts – red – golf style shirt (short/long sleeve)
-shirts must be tucked in at all times

Sweater – school approved uniform sweater *or sweater vest*
-school sweatrs must be worn all day on Mass days (During extreme heat Administration may permit students to remove sweaters.)
-sweaters may be purchased at Standard Penant
-no hoodie sweaters or sweatshirts are permitted

Hair – must be neat, collar length
-no longer than the top of the shirt collar
-no outlandish styles or unnatural colors permitted

Girls Grades 1-5

Bottoms: Navy dress slacks – corduroy is permitted

Mass Day – Formal Dress Code

-no jeans or denim
-no oversized or baggy slacks
-slacks can be worn all year
-slacks are not permitted to be worn to Mass
-capri pants are not permitted

Shorts / Skorts – navy – walking style
-no shorter than 2 inches above the knee
– no oversized or baggy shorts
– worn August, September, October, April, May and June (weather permitting)
-shorts/skorts are not permitted to be worn at Mass

Regular Dress Code

Jumper – plaid jumper grades 1-5
Skirt – plaid skirt grades 4 & 5 only
-no shorter than 2 inches above the knee

Shirts – red – golf style shirt (short/long sleeve) worn with slacks, shorts, skorts
-shirts must be tucked in at all times

Blouse – white round or oxford blouse (long or short sleeve) worn with jumper or plaid skirt

Sweater – school approved uniform sweater *or sweater vest*
-school sweaters must be worn all day on Mass days (During extreme heat Administration may permit students to remove sweaters.)
-sweaters may be purchased at Standard Penant
-no hoodie sweaters or sweatshirts are permitted

Socks – navy knee socks with jumper
-navy or white ankle socks with slacks or shorts
– navy tights with jumper/skirt in winter

Hair – must be neat
-no outlandish styles or unnatural colors permitted
-no head scarfs/bandanas permitted

Boys & Girls – Grades 1-5

Shoes – clean sneakers are permitted with shorts and gym clothes
-no sneakers are to be worn on Mass day
-dress shoes must be worn with pants, skirts, and jumpers
-dress shoes to be worn with socks or tights
-clogs, sandals, platform shoes or boots are not permitted

Mass Day – girls – Jumper/skirt
-boys – slacks-navy
-school sweater to be worn to all school Masses
-no sneakers are permitted on Mass day
-no hoodie sweaters or sweatshirts are permitted

Gym Day Dress Code

Gym Clothes – sweatshirt (school-imprinted or plain) – navy
-sweatpants or shorts (shorts in warm weather) – navy – available only at Standard Penant
-school T-shirt (school imprinted)
– No other sweats or shorts allowed for gym unless purchased at Standard Penant. If sweats or shorts are too tight or too short, students will have to call home for a change.

Dress Up Day – Boys will be permitted to wear dress slacks, dress shirts, suits, jackets or sweaters of their choice

Gym Day Dress Code

-Girls will be permitted to wear dresses, skirts, dress slacks, jackets, or sweaters of their choice
-Sneakers and jeans are not permitted

Dress Down Day – There will be days when more casual clothes such as jeans and sneakers may be worn. No crop tops (short tops) or inappropriate logos on T-shirts are permitted. No flip flops are permitted.

Caution – Avoid These

School imprinted sweatshirt with jumpers, slacks, dress slacks, or shorts
White socks with jumper or skirt
Too tight or too loose clothing
Clothing that is stained or dirty
Sweatshirts with logos from other schools
Over-sized sweaters or sweatshirts
No earrings – boys, No dangly earrings – girls
No make-up

The Administration maintains the right to make the final determination concerning the appropriateness of students’ attire.