School Uniform Dress Code
Colors: Red, White, and Navy Blue
1. Navy blue or Khaki pants, blue jeans, walking shorts, slacks, skirts, skorts, jumper, or similar clothing made of twill, jeans, or corduroy fabric.
2. Red, White, or Navy Blue shirts (based on school colors): plain collared polo, oxford, dress shirt, long or short sleeve. Absolutely NO logos, insignias, pictures, printing, or messages. (A Twin Lakes logo is acceptable).
3. Fridays are designated Spirit Days. Students are permitted to wear school-sponsored T-Shirts only on these days.
4. School sponsored T-shirts are also permitted for field trips if appropriate for the destination.
5. Students should be in uniform for Fall Photos and Group Photos. Students may wear other appropriate clothing for Holiday and Spring Photos.
The updated policy also includes the following:
- The size of the shirts and pants must be appropriate to the student’s body size; not oversized or undersized.
- Jeans must be properly fitting with no embellishments, rips, holes, or other printing on them.
- Pants or shorts with belt loops must be worn with a belt so that the waistband is worn at the waist and not below. Shorts must reach the length of fingertips when arms are down at the student’s side. (Grades 2-5)
- The hem of the girls’ skirts or dresses must be no shorter than mid-thigh.
- All sweaters, sweatshirts, hoodies, etc. must be plain red, white or navy blue.
- Students’ footwear must be closed toe and heeled shoes. Backless shoes, platforms and shoes with wheels may not be worn.
- Clothing may be purchased from any retailer or our approved vendors: Total Impact Embroidery & Screen Print or Lands’ End – Preferred School Number 900069030.
- School administrators have final authority to decide if clothing complies with the policy.
- No one will be allowed to “opt out” of wearing a uniform except for (1) religious reasons which will only permit adding item(s) to the uniform or (2) physical disability.
- No student will be denied attendance to school or be penalized for failing to wear a uniform due to financial hardship. The Principal, PTA and School Advisory Council will be developing procedures and criteria to offer assistance to these students. Parents are asked to notify the school principal if assistance is needed.