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Dress/Uniform Code

Uniforms are worn from the first day of school until the end of the year, except for special days.  It is strongly recommended that each scholar's name be on all parts of the uniform.  Uniform rules will be strictly enforced by the classroom teacher.

GIRLS:          

Grades TK– 4 wear plaid jumpers or navy blue uniform walking shorts or pants, short or long-sleeved white polo shirts with the school logo on the left side, and white, black, or navy blue socks that completely cover the ankle (no logos). Skorts are not available through Dennis uniform for younger students due to the difficulty of putting on/taking off independently. They are strongly discouraged.   

Grades 5-8 wear plaid "skorts" or navy blue uniform walking shorts or pants, short or long-sleeved white polo shirt with the school logo on the left side and white, black, or navy blue socks that completely cover the ankle (no logos).

All pants must be purchased from Dennis uniform company.  Pants must not be baggy, low-rise, or too tight, and they must be hemmed to the back of the heel.  The waist size of the pants must match that of the student.  A black, navy, white, or brown belt must be worn with slacks or walking shorts at all times.  White, black, or navy tights may be worn under the skort or jumper.  No slacks may be worn under skorts or jumpers.  Jumpers and skorts are to be hemmed to the top of the knee.

Jewelry is limited to a watch, a single pair of stud earrings worn on the lobe of the ear, one chain worn inside of clothing, and one ring on each hand. Any out of uniform jewelry confiscated during the school year can be picked up in the school office during regular school hours. No make-up, nail polish, fake nails, hoop earrings. No permanent or temporary tattoos are allowed.  No writing on hands, arms, or clothing is allowed.

BOYS:           

All boys wear short or long-sleeved light blue polo shirts with the school logo on the left side, navy blue uniform pants or shorts, and white, black, or navy socks that completely cover the ankle (no logos). All pants must be purchased from Dennis uniform company.  Pants and shorts must fit the waist.  No baggy pants or shorts.  A black, navy or brown belt must be worn at all times.  Pants must be hemmed to the back of the heel.

Jewelry is limited to a watch and one chain worn inside of clothing.  No earrings are allowed. No tattoos, permanent or temporary, are allowed.  No writing on hands, arms, or clothing is allowed.

ALL SCHOLARS

ONLY the navy blue school sweatshirt, the fleece jacket, or navy blue cardigan style sweater (open in the front) may be worn in the classroom.  Short-sleeved white T-shirts may be worn under the blouses or shirts if desired.

All scholars are required to have a uniform sweatshirt or sweater for classroom use.

Uniform jackets or solid navy blue jackets may be worn to school on cold days.

ONLY THE ABOVE UNIFORM WILL BE PERMITTED IN THE CLASSROOM.

 

Hairstyles may not include unusual haircuts or hair coloring.  NO BLEACHED OR DYED HAIR FOR BOYS OR GIRLS!  Boy's hair must be above the collar.  Boy's haircuts must be clean cut. No exaggerated hairstyles.

Shoes must be appropriate for school. Shoe color must be solid white, black or navy blue.  Any logo, insignia, or writing on the shoe may not be larger than the size of a quarter.  For safety reasons, sandals and open-toed shoes are never allowed.  Shoes must provide appropriate support and must stay on feet securely during play, in order to ensure safety on the playground.

Scholars MUST adhere to the Dress Code at all times.  Any non-compliance will result in the parent being notified by a note sent home.  Repetitive violations of the dress code may result in losing free dress privileges on the next time that it is offered or other consequences.

All scholars must wear only Dennis P.E. uniforms for Physical Education classes.  All scholars must wear the regulation P.E. shirt and shorts or pants for P.E.  Solid white, black, or navy blue sports shoes/tennis shoes MUST be worn for P.E. Grades 5-8 must wear the pants on days where the class attends weekly Mass but may wear the P.E. shorts under them. In order to be properly attired for Church, if the scholar does not have P.E. pants, they should wear Church Uniform and change following Mass.

CHURCH UNIFORM

All scholars must wear the appropriate dress shirt and tie when attending any prayer service or mass in the church.  This takes precedence over P.E. uniforms on Feast Days or All School Liturgical Celebrations, birthday free dress, or any other exceptions to the uniform policy. 

UNIFORM COMPANY ADDRESS:

DENNIS UNIFORM CO.                                                                                                           

2640 N. San Fernando Road                                                                                                        

 Los Angeles, CA 90065                                                                                                                 

(323) 441-0168                                                                                                                                         

(800) 854-6951                                                                                                          

http://www.dennisuniform.com  

School code: LA00DE  

Please order early; do not wait until August to order uniforms. 

Free Dress

Our uniform represents a dress code that is designed to teach our scholars to dress well and present a positive picture of themselves to the world.  Free dress day gives an opportunity to choose an outfit to wear that is in keeping with those standards.

RULES FOR FREE DRESS 

A.    Do not wear tight or low cut shirts, sweaters, skirts or pants. No ripped or torn clothing.

B.    Do not wear short skirts (no shorter than 2'' above the knee).

C.    Do not wear "muscle" shirts or blouses that show bare midriff, back or allow undergarments to show.

D.    Do not wear any clothing that denotes gang activity.

E.    Do not wear any shirts with inappropriate pictures or slogans, such as pictures or logos advocating drug and/or alcohol use

F.     Do not wear any baggy clothing.  Pants must fit the waist of the student at all times and be hemmed to an appropriate length.

Wear appropriate shoes for school.

A.    Shoes must be appropriate to ensure safety on the playground.

B.    No open-toed shoes.

C.    Socks, tights, or stockings must ALWAYS be worn.​

 FREE DRESS PRIVILEGES

Scholars may wear free dress on their birthdays.  When a birthday is on a weekend, scholars may have free dress on either Friday or Monday, as long as it is not a Church day.  Scholars with birthdays during June and July may have free dress on the second to last day of school.

Any student who abuses a free dress privilege will lose the privilege the next two times that it is offered to the scholars.

BIRTHDAY TREATS

​Due to the fact that there are students who may have food allergies and/or sensitivities, we ask that students do not bring edible treats (candy, doughnuts, pizza, etc.) on their birthdays. Students are encouraged to bring in items such as stickers, pencils and erasers for the class, or even donate a book to the classroom library. 


 

 

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