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Dress Code Policy

All students are required to wear uniforms and a mask that covers nose and mouth. Students who do not will have the following consequences:

1.         A warning note will be sent home with the student

2.         Regular clothes will be exchanged for a uniform

3.         Parent will be contacted to bring the student a uniform

  • Masks- Must be a double layered mask. No bandanas or gator coverings will be allowed.
  • Pants – Pants are to be straight-legged, pleated or plain front and fitted at the waist.  Pants can be black, khaki, navy blue, or denim.  The pants must not be too tight or too baggy.  No extra wide legs or pockets, excessively baggy, dropped crotch, saggy or “skaters” pants.  No leggings allowed, unless underneath a skirt or shorts.      

  • Shorts/Skorts – Same guidelines as the pants except that they can be no longer than the knee and no shorter than two inches above the knees. 

  • Skirts/Jumpers – Skirts/Jumpers will be pleated or straight in black, khaki, navy color or denim; Wrap-around skirts are not acceptable.  Skirts/Jumpers will be no shorter than two inches above the knee.  Please do not wear skirts or jumpers on days that PE is scheduled.

  • Shoes – Students may wear shoes of their choice on most days.  On days that students have PE, they must wear tennis shoes. Sandals, flip-flops, or dress shoes on PE days are unsafe, and your child may be asked to sit out.  Shoes with wheels on the bottom, sometimes called “Heelies”, are not allowed at Armijo unless the wheels are removed and left at home.

  • Shirts/Blouses – Must have collar, polo-style, solid colors, stripes or patterns.  May be long sleeved or short sleeved, must be tucked in at all times.  Shirts/Blouses will not be sheer or transparent materials.

  • Fridays – Fridays are “Spirit Days” in which students may wear jeans that follow the guidelines above (no saggy or baggy jeans) and an “Armijo” shirt.  If a student does not wish to wear jeans and an Armijo shirt, he/she will be expected to follow the uniform policy