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St. Justin Martyr School Uniform Policy

Girls

No exterior name brand labels or logos should be visible on any uniform item other than socks and shoes.

Scouts may wear Scout uniforms on meeting days.

Jumper/Skirt/Skort

  • Grades PK-5 may wear the blue and green plaid jumper or skort
  • (PreK may also wear a solid navy skort)
  • Grades 6-8 may wear the blue and green plaid skirt, or kilt
  • Skirts may not be rolled.
  • Jumpers, skirts, and skorts may not be worn more than 4 inches above the knee
  • Jumpers, skirts, and skorts should be neatly hemmed.

Slacks

  • Grades PK-5 may wear plaid or solid navy slacks.
  • Preschool may wear pull-on type navy pants.
  • Grades 6-8 may wear solid navy slacks.
  • K-8 Belts must be worn if pants have belt loops.
  • Belts may be black, brown, or navy blue and contain a simple buckle.
  • Girls are not allowed to wear slacks or other pants under uniforms. In inclement weather appropriate slacks may be worn under uniforms to school but they must be taken off before 7:50 a.m.; can be worn during outdoor recess and then removed; and may be worn again to go home after 3:10 p.m.

Shorts

  • Shorts may be worn under uniforms any time, but must not be visible.
  • PK-5 Plaid or solid navy uniform walking shorts may be worn from the first day of school until October 31 and from April 1 until the last day of school.
  • 6-8 solid navy uniform walking shorts may be worn by Middle School students at any time during the school year.
  • Solid navy uniform shorts should “fit the student” (no oversized or skin tight shorts).
  • Short length must be no shorter than 4 inches above the knee and no longer than the knee.
  • Belts must be worn if shorts have belt loops.
  • Belts may be black, brown, or navy blue with a simple buckle.

Shirts/Tops

  • PK-8 white blouse with any type of collar
  • PK-8 White or hunter green knit polo-style shirt
  • PK-8 white or hunter green turtleneck
  • Solid white T-shirts may be worn under blouses or uniform shirts
  • PK-8 Navy cardigan, crew neck, or V-neck uniform sweater
  • PK-8 Uniform navy crewneck, quarter-zip or hoodie sweatshirt
  • 8th grade – class polo shirt and sweatshirt
  • School shirts and blouses are to be worn tucked into pants or skirts at all times.

Socks/tights/leggings

  • Solid navy, black, hunter green, or white matching socks must be worn with school uniforms
  • Solid navy, black, hunter green, or white ankle-length leggings or tights may be worn in cold weather. Leggings should not be more than two inches above the ankle.

Shoes

  • Shoes should be safe and non-distracting, with little or no pattern.
  • Shoes and laces should be the same color or simple white laces should be used.
  • Athletic shoes must be in good condition with laces tied
  • Athletic shoes are required for participation in PE classes
  • No high tops, outdoor hiking boots, moccasins, or Ugg-type boots
  • If the weather is inclement and your child is wearing boots, send regular shoes into which your child can change.
  • Flip flops, high heeled shoes, and those that fall off easily are not allowed for safety reasons
  • If your child wears dress shoes to school for a special event, please send an appropriate change of shoes for them to play safely in at recess.
  • Soles of shoes should not make black marks on the tile floor.

Nails/Make-up

  • If polish is worn, it must be neatly applied. If nail polish becomes a distraction to the student or teacher, the student will be asked to remove it.
  • NO MAKE-UP IS ALLOWED AT ANY GRADE LEVEL. If medicated facial cream is needed, a doctor’s note should be on file in the school office.

Hair

  • Student’s hair should look natural and well groomed; not extreme or distracting. Color should look natural – one that God can give a person.
  • It should be kept clean, neat, and appropriately styled.
  • Hair should not obstruct vision or it must be pulled back out of the eyes.

Accessories:

  • A watch may be worn but no alarm may be set.
  • One small ring, bracelet, and/or simple necklace may be worn. All jewelry must contain appropriate symbols/writing.
  • One or two pair of matching post earrings may be worn in the ear lobe. Dangling or hoop earrings are not allowed.
  • If jewelry or accessories of any kind become a distraction the student will be asked to remove it.
  • Visible body enhancements such as tatoos (permanent or temporary) or body piercings are not allowed.
  • Electronic devices such as virtual pets, pagers, I-pods or MP3 players are not allowed – see cell phone and electronic device policy.
  • Toys should not be brought to school unless specifically requested by the teacher.


Boys

No exterior name brand labels or logos should be visible on any uniform item other than socks and shoes.

Scouts may wear Scout uniforms on meeting days.

Slacks

  • Grades PK-8 may wear solid navy slacks.
  • Preschool may wear pull-on type navy pants.
  • K-8 Belts must be worn if pants have belt loops.
  • Belts may be black, brown, or navy blue and contain a simple buckle.
  • Slacks should be neat and clean, free of holes or tears.

Shorts

  • PK-5 solid navy uniform walking shorts may be worn from the first day of school until October 31 and from April 1 until the last day of school. Preschoolers may wear pull on navy shorts.
  • 6-8 solid navy uniform walking shorts may be worn by Middle School students at any time during the school year.
  • Solid navy uniform shorts should “fit the student” (no oversized or skin tight shorts).
  • Short length must be no shorter than 4 inches above the knee and no longer than the knee.
  • Belts must be worn if shorts have belt loops.
  • Belts may be black, brown, or navy blue and contain a simple buckle.

Shirts/Tops

  • PK-8 White or hunter green knit short or long-sleeved polo-style shirt
  • PK-8 white or hunter green turtleneck
  • Solid white T-shirts may be worn under uniform shirts
  • PK-8 Navy cardigan, crew neck, or V-neck uniform sweater
  • PK-8 Uniform navy crewneck, quarter-zip or hoodie sweatshirt
  • 8th grade – class polo shirt and sweatshirt
  • School shirts are to be worn tucked into pants or skirts at all times.

Socks

  • Solid navy, black, green, or white matching socks must be worn with school uniforms

Shoes

  • Shoes should be safe and non-distracting, with little or no pattern.
  • Shoes and laces should be the same color or simple white laces should be used.
  • Athletic shoes must be in good condition with laces tied
  • Athletic shoes are required for participation in PE classes
  • No high tops, outdoor hiking boots, moccasins, or Ugg-type boots
  • If the weather is inclement and your child is wearing boots, send regular shoes into which your child can change.
  • Flip flops, high heeled shoes, and those that fall off easily are not allowed for safety reasons
  • If your child wears dress shoes to school for a special event, please send an appropriate change of shoes for them to play safely in at recess.
  • Soles of shoes should not make black marks on the tile floor.

Hair

  • Student’s hair should look natural and well groomed; not extreme or distracting. Color should be natural looking – one that God can give you.
  • It should be kept clean, neat, and appropriately styled.
  • Hair should be no longer than touching the shirt collar
  • Hair should not obstruct vision or it must be pulled back out of the eyes.

Accessories:

  • A watch may be worn but no alarm may be set.
  • One small ring, bracelet, and/or simple necklace may be worn. All jewelry must contain appropriate symbols/writing.
  • Earrings are not allowed.
  • If jewelry or accessories of any kind become a distraction the student will be asked to remove it.
  • Visible body enhancements such as tatoos (permanent or temporary) or body piercings are not allowed.
  • Electronic devices such as virtual pets, pagers, I-pods or MP3 players are not allowed – see cell phone and electronic device policy.
  • Toys should not be brought to school unless specifically requested by the teacher.



Casual Dress Days: Respect, Modesty and the Dignity of the Human Person are Catholic traits that we must model. They are reminders of what to focus on when choosing clothing for dress down days. The letter of the law is not as important as keeping modesty, respect and dignity in mind. If you do not want to risk a call home for appropriate clothing, have your child bring their uniform in their back pack just in case.

  • Out of uniform passes (NUT passes) should NOT be used on days when the student will attend Mass.

  • Uniform guidelines regarding shoe safety, jewelry and make-up apply.
  • Gym shoes must be worn for gym class.
  • Jeans must be neat and clean, not frayed, torn, cut, ragged, or holey. If they are “skinny” jeans, a long shirt or sweater should cover the child’s bottom.
  • Leggings may only be worn under a skirt, dress, or pants, not AS pants. Yoga or tight fitting pants should not be worn unless a skirt, long shirt, or sweater covers the child’s bottom.
  • Students may not wear low cut pants, short t-shirts, tank tops, spaghetti straps, strapless shirts or any clothing that bares shoulders, stomachs, or midriffs. If tanks or strapless items are worn, another shirt or sweater should be worn over the top. Shirts must be long enough to tuck and stay tucked when the student bends over.
  • Shorts may only be worn for casual dress from the first day of school until October 31 and April 1 to the end of the year. Uniform shorts may be worn by middle school students any time of the year.
  • Shorts must not be shorter than three inches above the knee or longer than the knee.
  • Shorts or pants cannot be tight fitting or spandex-type.
  • Hats/head coverings may be worn inside only with the teacher’s permission.
  • Shirts, blouses, sweatshirts, sweaters, and jackets must be neat and clean.
  • Clothes and accessories may not promote alcohol, tobacco, drugs, violence, or disrespect of others; nor may they carry messages of an inappropriate nature.
  • Clothes are to be worn as designed.
  • If a theme or specific guidelines are given, the student must wear clothes that follow the theme or guidelines OR must wear the regular school uniform. If you’re not sure, put the uniform in your back pack just in case.
  • Faculty may address the appropriateness of any attire or accessory.
  • Failure to follow guidelines will prohibit participation in the next dress-down day. A second offense will result in the loss of dress down days for the remainder of the year.

Decisions regarding the wearing or appropriateness of the clothing or items of dress shall be left up to the discretion of the Principal.