Sauganash Dress Code for PE Days: Kdg-2nd grade: Shirt: PE Navy Shirt; Yellow Sauganash Shirt; Sauganash Wear (original PE Uniform); or Believe to Achieve clothing Pants: Solid Navy blue/black sweatpants, leggings. Shorts allowed in seasoned-dates only
3rd-8th grade: Shirt:: PE Navy Shirt; Sauganash Wear (original PE uniform); or Believe to Achieve clothing (polo shirts are not PE uniforms) Pants: Solid Navy blue/black sweatpants, leggings. Shorts allowed in seasoned-dates only
--------------- 6th - 8th Non-PE Day Uniform: Shirt: navy blue or white solid polo shirt (either no emblem or Sauganash polo only). You may wear a Sauganash or navy blue sweatshirt over your blue/white polo on cold weather days. Sauganash themed or solid navy Sweatshirts, hoodies, and quarter zips are allowed with their pants, but if removed students should have the required polo on. Pants: Khaki pants or capris/ skirt (3-5 inches above knee length) (Colors include: Khaki, Navy, Black, Blue) Shorts: (April 1st-Nov 1st ONLY):Khaki (3-5 inches above knee length) (Colors include: Khaki, Navy, Black, Blue)
K- 8th grade:Outdoor clothing such as jackets, coats and gloves are to be stored in lockers during the school day. Students should keep an extra sweater or sweatshirt in their lockers to use when they are cold. All hats should be removed upon entering the school building. Any type of distraction from the day-to-day instructional routine is unacceptable and will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis. When violations occur, school officials will take disciplinary action in accordance with the Chicago Public Schools’ Uniform Discipline Code. Administration reserves the right to restrict any clothing items or accessories that disrupt teaching and learning.
General Dress Code for K-5 students and all students on non-uniform days Dress Code for Non-PE days Kdg-5th grade: School appropriate – there is no set dress code, but keep this in mind: ·Clothes should be clean and in good repair. Ripped or slashed clothing, which exposes the skin, is unacceptable. ·The following clothes are not acceptable: ·Shorts after November 1st and before April 1st. ·Bandanas or any other type of hat ·Low cut tops, crop tops, or tops that show child’s stomach ·Clothes that advertise drugs or alcohol, contain profane language or include language, or pictures promoting violence or sex Flip-flop shoes, “Slides” sandals, Crocs, or any open toed ·Pajama pants (Unless on classroom pajama days) ·Pants with words on the backside ·Skirts and shorts must be no shorter than 5 inches above the knee.