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    Challenger Middle School Dress Code

    General:  The School is not responsible for items confiscated from students. 

    • No labels, logos, or colored stripes on any part of the shirt-outerwear, pants, belt or socks of the uniform.
    • No basketball shorts, other shorts may be worn underneath the uniform clothing.
    • Uniform Clothing must be worn at all times including PE and Recess. 
    • No sweatbands, hats, scarves, bandanas, sunglasses, or other body wear/headwear.Small bows, ribbons are o.k.
    • No hats or caps may be worn or brought to school. All winter wear must be kept in the classroom or locker.

    BOYS’ Pants

    •  Solid navy blue or Khaki pants or shorts.  No sweat pants or jeans.
    •  Pants must be worn at the waist; the waist is defined as the top of the hipbones. 
    •  Pants may be one size larger to allow for growth.
    •  Pants must not be frayed or have unfinished edge at the bottom, and  must hang naturally without roll-ups or any support.

     BOYS' Shirts

    • Royal blue, navy blue, light blue, white, maroon or red two to three button short sleeve polo shirts.
    • Full button down shirts are not allowed.
    • Royal blue, navy blue, light blue, white, maroon or red long-sleeved polo or turtleneck shirts.
    • Undergarments may not be visible either outside of or through clothing.
    • Shirts must fit. One size larger may be worn for growth. 
    • All Undershirts (T-shirt) worn must be white and without any writing or logo. 

    GIRLS' Pants/Shorts/Skirts/Skorts

    • Solid navy blue or khaki pants, shorts, Capri pants, jumpers, skorts or skirts.
    • No jeans, sweatpants, jean shorts or jean skirts.
    • Pants, Capri pants, shorts, skorts and skirts, must be worn at the waist; the waist is defined as the top of the hipbones.
    • Pants, shorts, etc., may be one size larger to allow for growth.
    • Skirts, jumpers, shorts and skorts must be no shorter than four inches above the back of the knee.

     GIRLS'  Shirts

    • Royal blue, navy blue, light blue, white, maroon or red two to five button polo shirts.
    • Royal blue, navy blue, light blue, white, maroon or red long-sleeved polo or turtleneck shirts. 
    • Shirts must fit, must not be skintight or show any cleavage or bare midriffs, or made of fabrics that can be seen through.
    • Undergarments may not be visible either outside of or through clothing.
    • All Undershirts (T-shirt) worn must be white and without any writing or logo. 

     Belts

    • Loose fitting pants must be worn at the waist with a belt, no chains may be worn attached or as part of the belt.
    • Belts may not hang.  Belts may be black, brown, khaki, gray, navy blue or white.
    • Belt may not have adornment, lettering, logos or colored stripes on either the strap or buckle.

    Shoes

    • All shoes must have a flat heel, must completely cover the toe and  heel.  Boots may be worn.
    • Athletic shoes may be worn.  Athletic shoes must be worn for P.E.
    • Shoes must have tread and be secured to the foot. 
    • If shoes have laces, they must be laced and tied at the top.
    • Flip-flops, heels, slippers, house shoes, sandals, or open-toed shoes may not be worn.

    Socks

    • Socks must match and must be a solid, neutral color.  (white, black, tan,  navy).
    • Girls may wear white, navy, black, khaki or natural colored pantyhose or tights.

    Jewelry

    • The only piercing allowed is pierced ears.  No facial piercings
    • Earrings must be studs or small hoops
    • Bracelets, chokers, collars or cuffs may not be worn.
    • Watches and rings may be worn
    • Small-chained necklaces with one small appropriate charm may be worn inside of clothing.

    Sweatshirts/Sweaters/Jackets

    • Sweaters, jackets should be solid color, with limited/small writing/pictures on it.    No jackets that suggest gang affiliation, such as plaid/flannel.  Jackets may not be worn instead of a uniform shirt.  Jackets may be worn in the classroom, however, to ensure dress code compliance, students must take off their jacket when they enter the classroom.  Once teachers have verified dress code compliance, the jacket may be worn.  Pull-over sweatshirts are not considered jackets and may not be worn in the classroom.  No hoods may be worn during class.

    Hair

    • Hair must not distract from the learning environment.
    • No extreme hair color/dye, i.e., purple, blue, pink, red, green, etc.