To order uniform items:
Tommy Hilfiger: https://www.globalschoolwear.com/school/SACR15
Flynn O’Hara: https://flynnohara.com/
DRESS CODE – Unless otherwise indicated in writing from the school office, it is expected that students wear their complete uniforms on a daily basis.
The formal girls’ uniform in Grades PK-4 consists of a plaid school jumper, a white dress blouse, and knee socks, or tights (white, black, or navy blue). The girls’ uniform in Grades 5-8 consists of a plaid school skirt (2 different styles), a white dress blouse, a uniform navy-blue vest, and knee socks or tights (white, black, or navy blue). A white turtleneck and khaki dress pants may be worn from NOVEMBER 1st through MARCH 31st. The dark green polo shirt with the embroidered school name and logo is now acceptable all year long, EXCEPT on days we attend Mass. All students will wear the formal uniform to Mass. The dark green polo shirts should be worn with the uniform pants and skirts/jumpers from October 1 through April 30. Khaki shorts and/or skorts may be warn as a warm weather option prior to October 1 and after May 1. The green polo shirt is only obtainable from a uniform supplier determined by the school. There are no substitutions. All students must wear sold white, black, or navy crew socks.
The formal boys’ uniform in all grades consists of a plaid school necktie, light blue or white dress shirt, and navy blue or khaki dress trousers. Denim jeans of any kind or sweatpants are not acceptable. The dark green polo shirt with the embroidered school name or logo is now acceptable all year long, EXCEPT on days we attend Mass. All students will wear the formal uniform to Mass. The dark green polo shirts should be worn with the uniform pants from October 1 through April 30. Khaki shorts may be worn as a warm weather option prior to October 1 and after May 1. The green polo shirt is only obtainable from a uniform supplier determined by the school. There are no substitutions. All students must wear sold white, black, or navy crew socks.
Threaded braids, unnaturally dyed hair, tails, shaved heads with messages, body painting, and body piercing undermine our school’s commitment to simplicity and lack of competition in the area of dress. They are not consistent with the school dress code, and therefore, are not acceptable. No gaudy or extreme cuts, designs, or colors are allowed for girls or boys. Hair must be clean and groomed appropriately so the child’s face can be clearly seen.
Jewelry should be simple and of a conservative nature.
No student will have a tattoo, permanent or temporary, that is exposed while wearing school uniforms (including athletic uniforms). Hats are not to be worn in the school building at any time.
Shirts are to be fully tucked in at all times.
If the children wear sweaters during the school day, they must be uniform sweaters purchased from the uniform company. Sleeveless fleece vests/jackets with the school’s emblem embroidered may be worn on cooler days. Sweatshirts of any kind are not allowed during the school day. All school uniforms, ties, and sweaters can be ordered through the Flynn and O’Hara Uniform Company or Tommy Hilfiger at any time during the school year.
Sneakers and dress shoes are both acceptable for the classroom but on days of Physical Education, students must wear sneakers. Shoes must have backs. High heels, flip-flops, crocs, sandals, or other backless shoes are not allowed for daily wear or for dress down days.
Shoes that have built in wheels also pose a safety hazard. The wheels on these shoes should never be used in school.
Socks are required for all students as a part of their daily uniform.
The Principal will have the discretion to determine if a student’s attire is appropriate on no-uniform days and will also have the authority to set the mode of attire for these special occasion days. On no-uniform days, students should choose attire appropriate for the school environment. Inappropriate attire includes: tank tops, short shorts, tights worn without a skirt or pants, beach or hiking attire, bare midriff tops, t-straps, halter tops, T-shirts with inappropriate slogans, logos or designs, and mini-skirts, etc. Shoes must be appropriate for steep stairs, recess, physical education, etc. (for example: no shoes without ankle support, no flip-flops, sandals, slippers, crocs, etc.). If your child wears clothing that does not meet the no-uniform code, parents will be contacted and asked to bring a change of clothing for them.
OUT OF UNIFORM NOTICE
An out of uniform notice will be sent home when a student is not following the dress code. This notice will bring the non-compliance to your attention and ask for an immediate correction. The notice should be signed by a parent and returned to school the next school day. Parents will be called, if necessary, to come and take the student home to remedy the situation when the violation is considered grave and repetitive.
Consequences for multiple violations will be at the discretion of the Principal.