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Uniform Policy

Uniform Bottom Wear

  • Color Choices: Plain Navy Blue or Tan Khaki (must be plain with no decoration or labels/logos)
  • Boys may wear long pants or shorts.
  • Girls may wear long pants, shorts, Capri pants, jumpers, skirts, or skorts.
  • Bottom wear should be appropriately sized and worn at the waistline. A belt is optional if the pants fit appropriately; any color belt is acceptable.
  • No warm-up, sweat pants, denim or knit pants.
  • All bottom wear must be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee.

Uniform Shirts

  • Color Choices: Classic Red, Navy Blue, or Oxford Gray
  • Shirts must have a collar (polo style or button up shirts) and should not contain logos. • Shirts should be appropriately sized for neat appearance and neatly tucked.
  • Knollwood T-shirts may be worn on Fridays.

Undershirts

  • Undershirts worn must be either uniform color or white t-shirt or turtleneck with no logos.

Sweatshirts, Cardigans, and Sweaters

  • Color Choices: Classic Red, Navy Blue, or Oxford Gray
  • No Logos
  • Uniform collar must be worn outside the top shirt.
  • Knollwood sweatshirts may be worn anytime.

Jackets

  • Jackets worn inside must be one solid uniform color with no logos/decorations.
  • Jackets that are not uniform color may not be worn in the building.

Shoes

  • Closed-toed and closed heeled tennis shoes must be worn (heelies and platform shoes present a safety hazard during physical activity).
  • Boots cannot be worn.

Socks/Leggings

  • Socks may be any color; leggings must be a solid color (White, Navy Blue, Red or Black).

Jewelry

  • Necklaces should be worn under uniform shirts.

Compliance Measures:

The following measures may be taken if a student comes to school without the appropriate uniform.

  1. On the first offense, the student will be reminded of the uniform policy and a copy of the policy will be stapled in the student’s agenda informing the parents that their child was out of uniform. (A request for future compliance will also be made.)
  2. On the second offense, the student will be sent to the office and asked to contact a parent/guardian for a change of clothing. If a parent/guardian cannot be contacted the student will be provided with the necessary uniform component(s) to be worn for the remainder of the school day. A record of this second offense will be documented and an attempt to contact the parents will be made again regarding this issue.
  3. After two violations, a conference will be scheduled with parent/guardian to again explain the uniform policy so that the expectations, and rationale are fully understood.
  4. Further violations will result in other disciplinary measures. A positive approach to achieve compliance with the uniform policy will be used throughout the year.

Approved by the Rowan-Salisbury Schools Board of Education on Monday, April 19, 2004 * Modified June 9, 2014

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