The school dress code at St. Francis de Sales is designed to promote an atmosphere on campus that is appropriate for a school setting. The type of clothing, hairstyle, and the way the students present themselves has a bearing on their conduct and attitude. These uniform regulations are intended to reduce distractions and to allow students to focus on their academic responsibilities in a manner demonstrating that we are all one community. To be just and fair to each individual, every student must follow the dress code exactly. For the good of the school and the uniform policy, students are expected to wear the school uniform and gym uniform correctly and parents are expected to support these regulations. The school administration will have the final say in the appropriateness of the uniform.
ALL UNIFORMS SHOULD BE MARKED CLEARLY WITH THE STUDENTS NAME.
If a student comes to school in violation of the uniform code, as determined by the school administration, his/her parents will be contact by telephone and asked to bring the proper clothing to school. The student will not be permitted into class until properly attired. Missed class work must be made up. The dress code will be strictly enforced. Adherence to the dress code is expected of all students every day. Any item not outlined here concerning what constitutes appropriate appearance will be determined by the school administration.
St. Francis gray gym shirt with navy blue or red shorts or sweatpants