Admin

Dress Code/Uniform

Students at Rayma C. Page Elementary are to abide by the school’s dress code policy.  The personal appearance of the student is the primary responsibility of the parent/guardian.  When students are dressed appropriately for school, they realize it is time to work and learn.  It is the intent of the dress code to provide our students with a feeling of school pride.

 

The uniforms for students are as follows:

  • Polo shirts in solid colors, long or short sleeve or button-down Oxford shirts in solid colors,  long or short sleeve.
  • All shirts MUST be tucked in.
  • Pants, shorts, skirts, skorts, jumpers and capri pants must be navy blue (no denim) or tan/khaki only. Jeggings and tight-fitting skinny pants are not allowed. SHOULD BE OF STANDARD UNIFORM MATERIAL, i.e. lace, toile, chiffon skirts, and dresses are not uniform material.
  • Shorts, skirts, jumpers, and skorts are to be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee.
  • Solid color sweaters may be worn in class or in the cafeteria, but heavy sweatshirts and coats are to be worn only outdoors.
  • A long sleeve plain white, gray or navy shirt (no other color) may be worn under the polo style shirt as needed for warmth.
  • Leggings are allowed under skirts or jumpers but must be a solid color.
  • Sweaters must be a solid color; sweaters with small logos or details are acceptable. 
  • Camouflage clothing of any color is not allowed.
  • Hooded sweaters and sweatshirts are not allowed.
  • Per District policy, adornments that are attached (pierced) to exposed body parts, other than the ear, are prohibited.  Examples of prohibited adornments to exposed body parts include but are not limited to, objects attached or pierced to the tongue, nose, eyebrow, cheeks, lips, and teeth (grills).
  • No boots or sneaker boots are allowed.

Rayma C. Page t-shirts or school related t-shirts may be worn as determined by the administration.  Special days for students to be “out of uniform” such as field trips, spirit days, Field Day, etc. will be announced throughout the year.