SCHOOL ATTIRE through May 31, 2021

LEAD Public Schools is committed to providing a safe and secure environment.  In addition, a proper learning atmosphere is essential for the education of each student.  For the balance of the current school year, LEAD is modifying its acceptable school attire policy for students.

All shirts must have short or long sleeves and must have a collar (polo, dress-style, peter pan or turtleneck).

Students are able to wear ANY solid color polo collared shirt.

All pants, shorts, capri pants, skirts, skorts or jumpers must be navy blue, black or khaki. Cargo pants and denim jeans are permissible but be must be white, blue, black, brown or khaki color.

All shirts must be properly buttoned and tucked inside pants, shorts or skirts.

All clothing must be appropriately sized. Tight, baggy or sagging shirts or pants are not allowed. Jogging pants are not allowed.

Logos or manufacturer trademarks, if any, must be no larger than three inches. School and college or university clothing is acceptable. School logos are permitted and are not limited in size.

T-shirts with or without sleeves may be worn as undergarments. They must be solid white, navy blue or one of the additional solid colors approved by the school and may not display any writing, pictures or images.

A single blazer, suit jacket, vest, sweater, or cardigan is permitted as an item that may be worn over the Standard Attire top. These garments must be in one of the network- or school-approved solid colors. Hooded sweatshirts are not allowed.

Outerwear such as raincoats, windbreakers and cold-weather jackets and coats may not be worn in the school, unless cold temperatures require them.

Appropriate footwear must be worn at all times. Laces on shoes or sneakers must be tied. No house shoes are allowed.

See-through clothing is prohibited.

Spiked accessories, oversized jewelry or belt buckles and inappropriate head coverings such as bandanas, caps or do-rags cannot be worn or seen during school time or school functions.

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