Outer garments worn in the building (such as vests, sweaters, light jackets, or sweat shirts) must be a solid color of white, black, purple, yellow/gold, or khaki. Note that this does not pertain to heavy coats worn to school during cold weather. Heavy coats of any color, weight, or style may be worn to school, but they must be stored during the day.
The outer garments shown below are examples of those appropriate for school wear during the school day. As with shirts, small logos are allowed, but large logos that extend across the garment are not allowed. The only exception to this is school spirit wear such as hoodies. These may have larger Hanes logos as long as they are in the appropriate colors.
Outer garments may have small logos Outer garments may not have large
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Ordinarily, hoodies and shirts may have small logos only. The hoodies shown below are in the allowed colors and have the pre-approved Hanes logo. Therefore, they do meet the dress code.
Outer garments must be solid and in one of the approved colors. The colors/patterns of the outerwear below are not appropriate.
Layered garments visible underneath shirts (such as T-shirts, turtle neck shirts, or camis) or visible under shorts/skirts (such as tights or leggings) must be a solid color of white, black, khaki, purple, or yellow/gold. Note that these items should only be worn underneath a collared shirt.
The Standard Mode of Dress does not address shoes. Any type of shoes are allowed.