SCHOOL DRESS/UNIFORM CODE



Please refer to the St. Tammany Parish District Handbook for Students and Parents. Extremes in style will be defined and determined by the school administration.


Polo Shirts – forest green, white, or heather gray, long or short sleeve, school logo optional.

 

Pants – Cotton twill pants, shorts, or skirts of an appropriate length in regular khaki or the lighter color, commonly known as sand, are allowed.  No other colors, fabrics, or cut-offs are allowed.   Pants may not be decorated in any manner.

     

All pants for males must be secured at the waist, according to STPSB policy.


Pants that have holes or rips may not be worn.

 

Baseball caps, bandanas, and athletic headbands may not be worn.

 

Students are not allowed to have any type of body piercing or body markings.

 

Extreme styles of ear piercings are not allowed.

 

Students are required to follow district policy regarding hair styles, length and color.

 

Oversized belt buckles are not permitted.

 

Students should not bring glass perfume/cologne bottles to school.

 

A school uniform shirt must be worn under all outwear.  Hoods may be worn outside on cold days.

 

Shoes – Closed toe shoes or sandals with a back.  No flip flops or slippers of any kind, (including slipper boots) are allowed.

 

School administration will follow the school disciplinary process in addressing students out of uniform.

 

Students are required to wear the school-issued ID badge to school each day. The cost of a replacement ID is five dollars. Students who forget to wear their ID will be required to purchase a temporary ID for one dollar as soon as they arrive on campus. Students not wearing an ID will be subject to disciplinary consequences. If the ID is defaced in any way, the student will be required to purchase a replacement ID.

 

Uniform Specifications

 

Polo shirts that are excessive in length will have to be tucked in.

Wind pants, sweat pants, jeggings or pajama pants are not permitted.

Uniforms may not be altered or accessorized in an attempt to circumvent the mandatory uniform policy (long sleeved button down shirt worn over the uniform, etc.)

T-shirts under uniforms should be tucked in.