Uniform Policy

Uniform Policy

Anna L. Klein School Student Uniform Policy

 

The purpose of these regulations is to provide:

  1.  Pupils, parents and staff members with a clear description of the district’s expectations with regard to student uniforms.

Elementary School requirements:

  • Navy blue cotton-blended polo shirts bearing the Guttenberg School District insignia. (short and long sleeve styles)
  • Navy blue fleece jacket bearing the school district insignia for cold weather.
  • Navy, black or white long sleeve shirts may be worn underneath the school polo shirt in place of the fleece for cold weather.
  • Khaki slacks for boys.  Sneakers and shoes must not be brightly colored.
  • Khaki slacks/skirts for girls. Sneakers and shoes should not be brightly colored.
  • Opaque black or white colored tights may be worn underneath the skirts in cold weather, but not IN LIEU Of pants.
  • Skirts must be no higher than 2 inches above the knee.
  • Neutral colored boots may be worn in cold weather but must not be higher than mid-calf.
  • Khaki shorts may be worn during the month of September and after Memorial Day and must be an appropriate fit and length.
  • Solid navy blue sweat pants and a gold t-shirt, both with the school insignia, must be worn for physical education classes. Uniform shorts are also required. (navy with insignia)
  • Jeans are NOT to be considered part of the uniform AT ANY TIME.
  • Any type of distracting apparel may NOT be worn in the school building.
  • All TRANSFER students will have TWO WEEKS from date of enrollment to purchase and begin wearing school uniforms.
  1. A program of sequential consequences with regard to non-compliance.

  • First Offense: Parent/guardian notification by phone by school secretarial staff.  Parent/guardian to bring appropriate uniform to school or student will have to wear uniform shirt provided by the school to be returned at the end of the school day.

  • Second Offense: Parent/guardian notification by school secretarial staff.  Parent/guardian must bring appropriate uniform to school.  If parent/guardian brings uniform, student will have an afterschool detention; if parent cannot be reached or will not bring the school uniform, student will receive an immediate in-school suspension.

  • Third Offense:  Student will receive an automatic in-school suspension and will not be permitted to return to school the following day without a parent/guardian who must meet with an administrator before the student can be admitted to class.  If parent/guardian does not come to school with the student, a phone call will be made by an administrator to the parent/guardian and the student will receive an immediate in-school suspension.  Failure to comply will result in an out-of-school suspension.