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Students are asked to dress neatly and wear school approved uniforms. Clothing should be clean, fit properly, and be free of tears or holes. Uniforms may be purchased from any store as long as they meet the following dress code guidelines:

Students in their ESA uniforms

BOTTOMS (skirts, skorts, pants, shorts, or capris) - black, khaki, or navy. Skirts/skorts/shorts must be no shorter than 2” above the knee. Skirts must be worn with similar-color modesty shorts underneath. Pants may be flat-front or pleated, but cargos, athletic shorts/pants, and jeans are not allowed. Undergarments should not be visible or show through clothing.

TOPS (long- or short-sleeve) - burgundy/maroon, grey, navy or white. Tops are polo-style shirts and logo-free. Although it is highly encouraged that tops are tucked in and belts are worn, we recognize that these actions may be difficult for some students, especially the younger ones. Therefore we will show some leniency in these areas. Outer garments worn in the school building during the day must conform to the uniform policy. This means the color, logo, and writing restrictions for items such as sweatshirts, sweaters, and similar garments. This does not apply to items such as winter coats or jackets that are worn only when students are outside. Additionally, long-sleeve white or grey t-shirts may be layered under short-sleeve polo-style shirts to prolong their usage during cooler months.

DRESSES (rompers, jumpers, or polo-style dresses) - burgundy/maroon, grey, khaki, or navy. Rompers/jumpers must be worn with a polo-style shirt underneath. All dresses are logo-free, must be no shorter than 2” above the knee, and worn with similar-color modesty shorts underneath.

FOOTWEAR Any closed-toe footwear may be worn, with the exception of flip flops or other open-backed shoes (clogs, Crocs, Rainbows, etc.) that do not have an ankle/heel strap and could pose a safety risk to the student. Socks must be white, grey, navy, or black, and the pair should match. Students should always wear sneakers and socks on their PE days.

ACCESSORIES Jewelry and makeup should be modest and appropriate. Body piercings and tattoos should not be visible. Hair must be combed/brushed daily and kept neat and clean. Hairstyles, jewelry, and other accessories that pose a distraction, as determined by the principal or his/her designee, are not permitted. Hats, bandanas, head scarves, etc. should not be worn in the building unless for documented religious reasons. Soft-sided backpacks or book bags are acceptable. Rolling or hard-shell backpacks or book bags are not permitted.

Styling for ESA uniforms.  A polo-style shirt and kahki bottoms