All students are to wear the complete uniform daily unless parents receive notification of a change. Students who do not wear the appropriate uniform will be asked to call their parents to bring proper clothing or will be given something appropriate to wear for that day.
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1. BOYS will wear navy blue or khaki colored dress pants, joggers, or shorts. Their shirts will be light blue or red polos, oxfords or turtlenecks tucked in. No emblems or writing are allowed on shirts. They may also wear navy blue sweater vests or JPII fleece. Boys will wear navy blue, brown or black shoes and navy or khaki socks. Sneakers will only be allowed at recess.
2. K-4th grade GIRLS will wear the JPII jumpers knee length or longer with a white blouse or white turtleneck and navy blue knee socks or tights.
5th and up GIRLS will wear a pleated plain navy skirt or plaid to the knee or longer, blue knee socks or tights. They may wear white buttoned blouse or light blue or red polo’s or turtlenecks. Undershirts or tank tops should not be visible.
All GIRLS will have the option of wearing a plain navy blue or red cardigan or a JPII fleece. The girls may wear navy or khaki pants, long shorts, or skorts. We ask that girls wear shorts underneath their jumpers and skirts, but not to hang below the uniform. Girls may wear light/navy blue, red, or khaki polo dresses. All girls will wear dark blue, brown or black shoes. No hoodies or sweatshirts in school. No logos or writing on clothing other than JPII approved. JPII fleece only.
3. N.U.T (No Uniform Today)
Clothing that expresses or promotes symbolism inappropriate to Catholic Schools may not be worn. Shirts for boys and girls must cover a student completely from shoulder to waist, including when reaching up or bending over. Girls’ skirts, dresses, or shorts must meet at the knee. A shirt must be long enough so it doesn’t ride up. The decision of appropriate dress will be left to the Administration. Students are to wear neat and attractive clothing as befits a dignified student.
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