Our School Dress Code
Silver Shores Elementary
Uniform Policy: Mandatory Unified Dress Code
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Tops: Hunter green, white, navy or light blue polo-style with emblem. Students may also wear non-collared shirts with emblem and the Silver Shores spirit T-shirt.
Bottom: Navy or Khaki slacks, plaid, khaki, or navy shorts, skorts, or jumpers. Regular blue jeans on Fridays only. (No baggy or oversized jeans).
Shoes: Athletic shoes are recommended, however, students must follow School Board Policy regarding footwear. Students may not wear backless shoes or heelies.
Belts: Required for pants or shorts with belt loops.
As per school board policy no backless shoes, no hats, bandanas, or other head coverings, no sunglasses. Please see the student code of conduct for clarification.
On Cold Days:
Dress code must be adhered to everyday including cold days. Students may not wear sweat pants, jogging pants or any other non-uniform pant. Uniform shirts still need to be worn. Sweatshirts and jackets need to be plain with no writing on them. During the cold weather season jeans may only be worn on Fridays and must be accompanied by a uniform or spirit shirt. Long sleeve shirts may be worn under a short-sleeved uniform shirt. In addition, sweatshirts and jackets may be utilized but must be plain with no writing or pictures on them.
Waivers may be requested the first 10 days of school.
Benefits of a Uniform Policy
Research suggests that school uniforms
- Improve discipline, self-esteem and self-respect.
- Focus the student towards learning.
- Eliminate the fear of whether their clothing choice will be acceptable by peers.
- Strengthens school pride.
- Identify student population from strangers on school grounds.
- Cost effective.
All children should start wearing their school uniform on the very first day of school this August. Please call us at school if you have any questions or concerns.
A Parent or Guardian may request by mail, or in person, an application for an exemption from the uniform program. Exemption waivers must be completed by the 10th day of the student's enrollment.