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Student Uniform Policy

Student Dress

All students in kindergarten through eighth grade who attend the District schools are expected to dress in the proper standard school attire.  It is the parents’ responsibility to ensure compliance with the dress code.

All students will wear the standard school clothing.  The clothing may not be altered in a manner that includes, but is not limited to, slits and shredded hems.  The standard school clothing shall be:

For Boys:

  • All solid white, solid light gray, solid hunter green, solid navy blue, or solid light pink shirts with lay-down collar.  No logos or labels showing on the shirt.  This may include, but is not limited to, a “polo” shirt and dress shirt.
  • Solid navy blue or tan shorts/slacks.  No logos, labels, or outer pockets showing on pants.   No blue jeans, blue-jean shorts, cargo pants, or sweat pants, or stretchy type material.

For Girls:

  • All solid white, solid light gray, solid hunter green, solid navy blue, or solid light pink shirts with lay-down collar.  No logos or labels showing on the top.  This may include, but not be limited to, a blouse or “polo.”
  • Solid navy blue or tan pants, shorts, skorts, skirts, jumpers, capri pants, and bib overalls.  No logos or labels showing.  No blue jeans, blue-jean shorts, cargo pants, sweat pants, or stretchy type material.

Additional items may be added to the standard school clothing during the school year as approved by the school board.

More Guidelines for Dress:

  • Outer wear is designed to be worn outside as the weather dictates.  It should be removed in the classroom. At the discretion of the teacher, if the classroom is cold, students may keep their outer wear on. Students may wear windbreakers, jackets, sweaters, or sweatshirts as outer wear.  Jackets of different colors, patterns, and emblems are acceptable as long as they are appropriate and not gang related. Expensive jackets are discouraged, as the school is not liable for damaged, lost, or stolen outer wear. Outer wear may not be more than one size too large for the student.  Students may not wear flannels or headware.
  • Baggy or oversized clothing is not acceptable and is prohibited.  Clothing may not be more than one size too large, to allow for one-year’s growth.  No sagging of clothing is allowed.  Pants must fit at the waist and not drag on the ground.  Shorts must not be shorter than the middle of the thigh nor longer than the bottom of the knee.  Skirts must not be shorter than the middle of the thigh. Leggings may not be worn as pants; however, they may be worn under a skirt or dress of the appropriate length. 

  • Belts (if worn) must be black, brown, or navy. and may not be more than one size larger than the waist.   Belts must be worn at the waist and cannot hang below the waist. Belts and buckles must be plain with no designs or logos.
  • Shirts and blouses must be worn tucked in at all times.

  • No short shorts or short skirts are allowed.  (see above for length guidelines)
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  • No undergarments may show. T-shirts or turtlenecks worn under polo or blouse must be uniform shirt colors (solid white, gray, hunter green, navy blue, or light pink).
  • For safety reasons, students are encouraged to wear closed toed shoes.  Students are encouraged to wear appropriate shoes for physical education classes, such as tennis shoes. Slippers are not allowed.
  • Any clothing, buttons, jewelry, or other accessories that are oversized, display vulgar, lewd, obscene, or plainly offensive messages or images, or display images of weapons, drugs, violence, alcohol, sprays cans, reference to or identify gang affiliation, racial or ethnically offensive are strictly prohibited.
  • Students may not display the following: facial piercings, tattoos, costume or unnatural hair color, chains, spikes, or any other type of sharp jewelry.
Students not dressed in accordance with the District dress code may be offered use of standard school clothing for the day, or their parents will be contacted to bring correct clothing.  Students who repeatedly fail to dress in accordance with this dress code may be subject to disciplinary actions as set forth in the District policy manual. Students who refuse to dress in accordance with the dress code may be assigned to another school outside the District, in accordance with the administrative placement procedures set forth in the District policy manual.

No student shall be subject to discipline for failure to comply with this dress code if the reason is economic hardship.  Under such extreme circumstances, the school will work with families to provide assistance for the student to be furnished with standard school clothing. 

New students who enter District schools will have one week to purchase standard school clothing.  During this time period, the school may donate the use of one uniform set per child (if the school has extra uniforms in the appropriate size for the student).

On occasion, the principal may allow a “dress up” day when students may wear clothing other than the standard school clothing.  This will be on special occasions only.  The students and parents will be notified prior to the “dress up” day. You will receive a "Purple Pass" from the principal noting the date of the "dress up" day and why it is being granted.

Special shirts that are given as incentives or that are for school groups, such as drama club, student council, etc. may be worn at the approval of the school principal.


Every Friday is "Spirit Day" at Wildflower School. On Fridays uniform bottoms must be worn; however, students may choose to purchase a school "spirit" shirt and wear that, instead of the standard uniform top. School group shirts, as defined in the previous paragraph, are also acceptable.

Donations: We gratefully accept new or gently used donations of uniforms. Please see our school nurse to make uniform donations.