Happy Birthday Non-Uniform

DATE: 9/13/21

All students who have their birthday in August or September receive a non-uniform day. 

It is the parents’ responsibility to send their children in appropriate attire for school. Dress on these days must be neat, modest, and appropriate for school. Students may not wear cut-offs, tank tops/spaghetti straps, mini-skirts, spandex-type fashions, sweat clothes or yoga pants, or T-shirts with sayings or designs which advertise drugs, alcohol, or any other inappropriate subject matter or have sexual innuendos. Shirts, sweatshirts, and dresses must cover the shoulders. No exposure of the mid-drift is allowed. Shorts must always be of walking length, not athletic type or oversized, below the knee style. Shorts may only be worn from the start of school through October 31st and from April 1st to the last day of school. No leggings, jeggings, skinny, or tight jeans are allowed on non-uniform days. Jeans must be in good repair and may not be ripped, have holes, or any adornments on them. Sweatpants, this includes yoga pants, or any other types of sweatpants are not allowed. Uggs and low-healed boots are only allowed on non-uniform days. Tutus are not allowed at any time, even on spirit days. 

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