The uniform policy for Aguilar Elementary School:
The Aguilar School dress code policy was established in coordination with the Tempe Elementary School District Dress Standards to help create an environment where children come to school ready to learn. The Aguilar community strives to enable each student to reach his/her potential in an atmosphere that is safe and free from learning distractions.
Shirts - Light Blue, Red, White
Bottoms - Black, Navy, Khaki
Shirts shall be worn as follows:
-Polo/golf style shirts with short or long sleeves and a plain collar.
-Turtleneck or mock turtleneck.
-Shirts must be tucked in.
-Crewneck sweatshirts/button up sweaters/pullover sweaters or sweater vests may be worn
-Optional Aguilar School t-shirt on Fridays.
Bottoms shall be worn as follows:
-Slacks, capris, walking shorts, jumpers, skorts, skirts or skooters.
-Corduroy slacks may be worn in cold weather.
-Shorts, jumpers, skorts, skirts and skooters must measure no higher than 4 inches from bottom of knee.
-On P.E. days, navy or khaki shorts must be worn under a skirt or jumper.
-Shorts may not be longer than 4 inches below the knee.
-No denim, jeans, sweatpants, wind-pants, athletic pants, hip hugger, lowride, carpenter, cargo, sag, baggy, spandex or leggings may be worn.
-Belts, if worn, should be black or brown with no emblem, logo or decoration. Belts should be worn in the belt loops allowing pants to fit at the waist.
Socks/Shoes shall be worn as follows:
-Socks must be worn and be solid in color and matching. Styles may include ankle, mid-calf, knee socks or tights. Socks must be white, navy, khaki, brown or black in color.
-For safety reasons, students must wear closed toe shoes. Athletic sneakers must be worn on PE days. Closed-toe, flat-heeled dress shoes may be worn on non PE days.
Outerwear shall be worn as follows:
-Jackets and coats are exempt from the uniform color requirements when worn outside.
-Jackets and sweaters worn in the classroom must be solid black, white, red, or blue.
Other dress code regulations:
-Students and clothing must be clean and well-groomed.
-On announced special days the dress code may be modified by the administration
-In addition to the Aguilar Uniform Policy, any and all student dress requirements already outlined by Tempe Elementary District #3 must be observed.
-Make up is not allowed. Chapstick or clear lip-gloss may be used as needed for chapped lips.
Students newly enrolled, who don’t come in uniform, will be provided with a loaner uniform for the day. Student will have five days to comply with the uniform policy.
Enforcing the School Uniform Policy:
-Staff will notify the office if students are not in compliance with uniform policy.
-Parents of students in violation of the policy will be notified.
-Procedures to be taken if a student does not comply with the uniform policy:
First Incident: Extra clothing will be available from the nurse. The student will change into clothes from the nurse’s office. The student will change back to his or her own clothes at the end of the day. Notice sent home for parent signature with a copy of the dress code.
Second Incident: Extra clothing will be available from the nurse. The student will change into clothes from the nurses’s office. The student will change back to his or her own clothes at the end of the day. Notice sent home for parent signature with a copy of the dress code. Student will lose at-school privilege.
Third Incident: Same as first/second incident plus; a conference with the parent will be scheduled with teacher and if warranted, administrator.Aguilar Dress Code