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Uniform Information
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Girls Top Image
Top: Girls
Collared polo shirts (short or long sleeve) or button dress shirts. Shirts may not be red, blue or black.
Girls Bottom Image
Bottom: Girls
Only tailored shorts and skirts that are hemmed may be worn. Pants, shorts, skirts, capris, skorts, A-line jumpers, et cetera, must be solid khaki or navy blue.
Boys Top Image
Top: Boys
Collared polo shirts (short or long sleeve) or button dress shirts. Shirts may not be red, blue or black.
Boys Bottom Image
Bottom: Boys
Only tailored shorts that are hemmed may be worn. Pants, shorts, et cetera, must be solid khaki or navy blue.
Belt
Belts must fit around the waist, be secured in belt loops and not extend more than 6 inches beyond the buckle.
Shoes
Bare feet are never acceptable. In the interests of student safety, shoes must be worn at all times.
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Outerwear
Plain, solid crewneck sweatshirts. Plain, solid hoodie pullover or zipper style. SUSD or school logo only. No red, blue or black colors.
Additional Notes
The Governing Board recognizes that students' dress affects the educational program of the schools.The school principal shall determine whether the dress of pupils adheres to Policy JICA and this regulation. The school dress policy will be in effect on the first day of the school year. All students are required to arrive at school each day well groomed and neatly dressed in uniform that meets the requirements set forth in the Student/Parent Handbook 2014-2015. Uniforms are required during school and when participating in school sponsored events and activities. School approved athletic teams and other club uniforms may be worn when applicable and appropriate. New students transferring into the district will have up to 5 days to become acquainted with and adhere to the district's uniform policy. Students may not wear clothing or engage in grooming practices that present a health or safety hazard to the individual student or to others; materially interfere with school work, create disorder, or disrupt the educational program; cause excessive wear or damage to school property; or prevent the student from achieving his or her own educational objectives because of blocked vision or restricted movement.
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