HOW TO DRESS LIKE AN EAGER EAGLE
So what can your kids wear (and not wear) at North Hi Mount? Let's check out the FWISD guidelines and see what out of uniform days are schedule for the 2018-2019 school year.
PRE-K - 5TH GRADE GUIDELINES
- Color: Navy, white, yellow (light and bright) and royal blue. YES, we have added colors for the 2018-2019 school year
- Style: Collared (polo or Oxford) shirts or blouses, mock turtlenecks or turtlenecks; all must have sleeves and should be tucked in. T-shirts shall not be worn as outer clothing.
- Outerwear: Sweatshirts or sweaters in navy or white are acceptable as outerwear if worn over standard dress; coats and jackets of any color shall be worn in accordance with weather conditions and are not to be worn in the classroom.
- Color: Navy, khaki, black or blue denim
- Style: Pants, shorts, skirts, skorts, capris or jumpers are acceptable; all must be hemmed or cuffed and can be no shorter than three inches above the knee. Jeans must be free of embellishments. Sagging pants are not permissible.
- Style: Athletic shoes, loafers, dress shoes or other closed-toe shoes as well as open-toe / open-heel shoes are acceptable. Shoelaces should be white or should match the color of the shoe.
- Clothing shall be the correct size for students, with no sagging pants.
- Tops (shirts or blouses) shall be tucked into clothing.
- T-shirts worn as undergarments must be solid white.
- T-shirts shall not be worn as outer clothing.
- Denim blue jeans must be free of embellishments.
- Bottoms should be hemmed or cuffed.
- Shorts, skirts and skorts shall be no shorter than three inches above the knee.
- Shoelaces must be white or match the color of the shoe.
- Acceptable accessories include belts of a solid color fabric or leather with a buckle no larger than two inches.
- Tights, socks and hosiery should be a solid color.
- Manufacturer logos on apparel must be less than one and one-half inch square with the exception of school logos.
- Sagging pants.
- T-shirts worn as outer clothing or visible undergarments.
- Clothing considered too revealing (bare midriffs, tube tops, tank tops, cut-off shirts, low-cut tops, crop tops, see-through shirts, fishnet clothing).
- Clothing with holes, tears or cuts.
- Clothing with lewd, offensive, vulgar, or obscene pictures, emblems or language.
- Clothing with advertising that depicts tobacco products, alcoholic beverages, drugs or any substance prohibited under FNCF(LEGAL).
- Gang-related clothing, accessories or jewelry bearing signs, insignias, colors or symbols.
- Active-wear such as wind shorts, warm-ups, soccer shorts, boxer shorts, sweat suits or spandex gym wear.
- Sleepwear, visible drawstrings, house shoes.
- Except for verified religious clothing, head gear such as hats, scarves, bandannas, do-rags or shower caps.
- Combs, sunglasses or grillz.
- Accessories or body piercings that could be classified as dangerous or as a potential weapon, i.e., chains, spiked necklaces or bracelets, and the like.
DRESS DOWN DAYS
- Clothes must be no shorter than 3” above the knee
- No spaghetti straps
- Must have tennis shoes if your student has PE that day
- No house shoes on pajama dress up days
SCHEDULED OUT OF UNIFORM DAYS
- House Shirt Days (First day of each week, if Monday is a holiday then House shirt day will be on Tuesday)
- College or NHM Shirt Days (Fridays)
- Red Ribbon Week (limited to 1 day, stay tuned for details on the date and dress requirements)
- College Week (limited to 1 day for Career Dress up, stay tuned for date and dress requirements)
- NO “Week of the Young Child” dress down days
- Picture days: Fall pics designated for yearbook= standardized dress; Spring pics= student choice
- Walk-a-thon & Field Day (Athletic Wear)
- Holiday Parties (Dec.)/ Polar Express
- Dr. SEUSS week (limited to 1 day, stay tuned for date and dress requirements)