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Uniform Dress Code

School uniforms are to be purchased through Zoghby’s Uniforms at www.zoghbyuniforms.com or calling 1-866-342-0039.  Students in grades K-8 are required to wear P.E. uniforms to school on their scheduled P.E. days.  Pre-K3 & K4 students wear P.E. uniforms daily.  P.E. uniforms are to be purchased through David Bowen Sporting Goods, 850.494.2244.

 

BOYS:

Pre-K3 & K4:     ~ P.E. uniform worn daily

 

Grades K – 8:    ~ Uniform navy blue shorts or pants worn with a solid black, brown or navy belt.  (Kindergarteners may wear all around elastic waist shorts without a belt.)

~ SPCS logo polo shirt, short or long sleeved.

~ Solid white T-shirts may be worn under the school shirt.                             

~ Hair may not fall below the neckline nor touch the ears or eyebrows; must be clean-shaven.    

~ Earrings and body piercings are not permitted.                                          

 

GIRLS:

Pre-K3 & K4:     ~ P.E. uniform worn daily

Grades K-4:      

~ Uniform plaid A-line knee-length jumper.

~ White blouse with Peter Pan collar.

~ Uniform navy blue knee-length skort worn with SPCS logo polo shirt, short or long-sleeved.

Grades 5-8:      

~ Uniform plaid knee-length skirt.

~ SPCS logo polo shirt, short or long-sleeved, or white oxford shirt.

 Grade K-8        

~ Uniform navy blue walking shorts or pants worn with a solid black, brown or navy belt and SPCS logo polo shirt, short or long-sleeved.  (Kindergarteners may wear all around elastic waist shorts without a belt.)

 Other:              

~ Undergarments must be white or beige.

~ In cold weather, girls in PreK-8 may wear ankle-length white or navy leggings under their skirts.

~ One ring and one religious bracelet is permitted.

~ Simple post, pencil-eraser size earrings are permitted, one per lobe. (No other body piercings are  
   permitted.) 

~ Eye and face makeup, including lipstick or colored lip gloss, are not permitted

~ Nail polish and/or artificial nails are not permitted.

~ All jewelry MUST BE REMOVED during P.E. class, except for religious medal which may   

                             be worn inside the shirt.

 

ALL STUDENTS:

Shoes:             

~ Leather shoes: mostly black, dark brown or navy; closed-toe, closed-back, low heel

~ Athletic shoes with P.E. uniform (may also be worn with regular school uniform).  Grades PreK-5 are encouraged to wear them every day.                                  

~ Not permitted:  Sandals, Heelies, crocs, platform shoes, skater shoes, shoes with a heel over 

                           2 inches, boots, or mid or high-top sneakers.

 

Socks:              

~ White, black, navy, or grey socks that are easily visible above the shoes.

~“No show” socks are not allowed.

~ Girls may wear white, black, navy, or grey knee high socks. 

~ Girls in the primary grades wearing the uniform jumper may wear white tights.

 

Hair:                

~ Conservative and of reasonable length and style. 

~ May NOT be tinted, highlighted or dyed. 

 

Other:              

~ One religious necklace may be worn inside the shirt.                                             

~ 1 religious wrist bracelet and a watch are permitted; however ankle bracelets are not  

~ Tattoos, temporary or permanent, are not permitted

~ Writing or drawing on hands, arms and/or legs is not permitted.

 

Outerwear:    

~ Navy cardigan or pullover sweater with SPCS logo from Zoghby’s Uniforms.

~ Navy fleece jacket with SPCS logo from Zoghby’s Uniforms.

~ Crew neck sweatshirt with SPCS logo can be purchased from David Bowen Sporting Goods.

~ Hooded and lined jacket from Zoghby’s Uniforms. 

~ Hooded pullover sweatshirt with SPCS logo permitted only through Fall 2019.

 

PE Uniforms:  

~ Colombian blue dri fit shirt; cotton t-shirt with or without a name on the back permitted only

                          through Fall 2019

~ Mesh nylon athletic shorts with logo.  Shorts must be an appropriate length (may not be shorter

                           than 4 ½” from the middle of the knee.)

~ Navy athletic pants with logo. 

~ White, black, navy or grey socks that are easily visible above the shoes. “No show” socks are not allowed.

~ Athletic shoes that are appropriate and secure for running (skater shoes, “Vans” are not permitted)

 

Scout Uniform may be worn on designated days.  Scout clothing should follow all school rules.

 

Student Council Uniform may be worn on designated days:

~ Student council navy polo shirt and khaki pants

~ Khaki uniform shorts or khaki uniform skorts for girls. 

~ Socks, shoes and belts apply as in the regular uniform rules.

 

NJHS uniform may be worn on designated days:

~ NJHS navy t-shirt

~ Jeans or Khaki pants or Capri’s below the knee

~Socks, shoes and belts apply as in the regular uniform rules.

 

DRESS DOWN DAYS AND BIRTHDAYS

Students may participate in “Dress Down Days” by wearing appropriate casual clothing to school on the assigned day.  Students may also dress casually on their birthdays unless it is a Mass Day, in which case the students may choose another day or bring casual clothes to change into after Mass. Note: Uniform shoes or low-heel boots MUST be worn on Dress Down Days and birthdays. If it is a P.E. day, then P.E. shoes MUST be worn.

 

Appropriate casual clothing includes:

The following are not permitted: 

This list is a sample and not to be considered all-inclusive.

DRESS UP DAYS

Jeans are not allowed on dress up days which includes “Picture Day”. Skirts or dresses are to be no shorter than 3 inches above the knee cap. Dresses and blouses must have sleeves and may not be backless, low-cut, or be immodest in any way.  Capri’s must be below the knee.  Note:  If a dress-up day falls on a student’s P.E. day, the student must bring athletic shoes to change into for P.E. class.

 

 

APPEARANCE AND GROOMING

All students are expected to be well-groomed, neat and presentable at all times. Clothing should be clean, properly fitting and modest.   

Parents are responsible for ensuring that students are PROPERLY attired.  Since it is impossible to identify in advance all possible deviations from acceptable dress and grooming, the Administration reserves the right to determine what is acceptable.  In all cases, the decision of the principal will be final. 

Parents will be contacted if a student is dressing inappropriately for school.  

 

Through Christ We Learn All

St. Paul Catholic School is one of the primary missions of St. Paul Parish.