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School Uniform and District Dress Policy
Montvue Elementary School implements a School Uniform Policy that consists of light blue polo shirts and navy blue pants/shorts/skirts. However, every Wednesday is a School Pride Day and is designated “Montvue Blue Day”; students are encouraged to wear a Montvue shirt (see office for purchasing details). In addition, every Friday is a College and Career Day and is designated “College Friday”; students are encouraged to wear shirts from their favorite college, university, or trade school. Parents, students, and staff support a School Uniform Policy for a variety of reasons:
The success of our School Uniform Policy depends heavily on you—the parent/guardian. We hope that you will encourage your child to comply with our School Uniform Policy and that you will support our efforts and assist us in making a School Uniform Policy at Montvue a great success!
Parents/guardians have the opportunity to “opt out” of the School Uniform Policy should they so desire. Applications for Exemption from the Student Uniform Requirement are available in the front office upon request. Parents/guardians who choose not to have their child comply with our School Uniform Policy must still adhere to our District-wide Dress Code Policy (BP and AR 5132: Student Dress, Grooming and Appearance):