It is our belief that children who are appropriately dressed and are well groomed exhibit a more wholesome attitude toward school, perform better, and greatly enhance the learning environment.  We ask for parental cooperation in ensuring that our children are appropriately dressed for school. 

Early Childhood: 

Children in Early Childhood may wear any clothing and color, except for tank tops. Girls may wear pants and shorts. Boys must wear tzizit and kipa or a baseball hat.


Lower Grades 1-4:

  • TOPS-Boys and girls may wear solid tops in blue, white or pink.
  • BOTTOMS-Boys and girls may wear blue, khaki or black.
  • Skirts must reach the knee and sleeves may not be cap sleeves.
  • Boys must wear collared shirts.
  • Boys must wear tzizit and kipa every day.
  • Any solid colored sweatshirts may be worn.
  • Please ensure that there are no patterns, big logos or writing on any of the shirts or sweatshirts.
  • Flip-flops, sandals and crocs may not be worn. Only closed toe shoes are acceptable.
  • Your children will be having gym twice a week. Please ensure that they wear sneakers on those days. A student who isn’t wearing sneakers will not be able to participate in gym.

 

Middle School, Grades 5-6:

  • TOPS-Boys and girls may wear ANY solid colored tops.
  • BOTTOMS-Boys and girls may wear blue, khaki or black.
  • Skirts must reach the knee and sleeves may not be cap sleeves.
  • Boys must wear collared shirts.
  • Boys must wear tzizit and kipa every day.
  • Any solid colored sweatshirts may be worn.
  • Please ensure that there are no patterns, big logos or writing on any of the shirts or sweatshirts.
  • Flip-flops, sandals and crocs may not be worn. Only closed toe shoes are acceptable.
  • Your children will be having gym four times a week. Please ensure that they wear sneakers on gym days. A student who isn’t wearing sneakers will not be able to participate in gym.

 

If we see a child is not adhering to the dress code, we will remind him/her about the school’s policy. If the child does not adhere to the policy a second time, a note will go home to the parents. If it occurs a third time, a parent will be asked to come to school that day with a change of clothing.

As we all know, the best way to teach a child is by example. We encourage our parents to respect these policies when coming to visit our school.

While we understand that sometimes mornings can be challenging, we want to instill a feeling of unity in our school and this is a positive and easy way to create that feeling each day. Please partner with us by reviewing your child's readiness for school on a daily basis and relaying to your children the importance of following this policy.