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Uniform Policy Is Outlined for Juanita Gardine Students

In conjunction with the pledge to keep Juanita Gardine Elementary School “a great place to learn,” Principal Chermaine Hobson-Johnson is reminding parents and guardians of the school’s uniform policy in preparation for the 2012-2013 School Year.

The following uniform is to be worn by boys and girls according to their grade level:
Kindergarten to 2nd grade girls should be dressed in maroon skirts or long maroon pants with bib/straps only. No half skirts will be allowed. The blouse or shirt must be pink buttoned- down or pink polo. 3rd to 6th grade girls should be attired with maroon skirts or long pants without straps or bibs, matched with pink buttoned-down shirts or polos.
Girls are not allowed to wear culottes, skorts or capris. Skirts must be at or no more than one inch above the knee. Footwear should be black, brown or white shoes/sneakers worn with white or maroon socks. Girls are allowed to wear small jewelry, not including rings.
Kindergartn to 2nd grade boys should attend school in long or short maroon pants with pink buttoned down shirts or polos. 3rd to 6th grade boys should be uniformly dressed in long maroon pants and pink buttoned down shirts or polos. Black, brown or white shoes/sneakers in step with white, maroon or black socks complete the uniform for all boys. One chain with a small pendant is the only jewelry accepted for boys.
Belts for all students must be plain black or brown. Students are expected to be in full uniform at all times except for special occasions or when allowed to wear the PE uniform.
For more details on Gardine’s uniform policy, contact Principal Hobson-Johnson at 773-0050.

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