Dress Code 2016-2017

Required Dress Uniform (must be worn on Thursday, but may be worn any day):

Grades K5-4: Plaid jumper and white Peter Pan blouse with a blue tie

Grades 5-8: Plaid or khaki skirt/white Peter Pan blouse/plaid or navy tie

The required dress uniform must be worn with a monogrammed sweater or monogrammed sweater vest on Mass day between November 1st and April 1st.

Modesty shorts must be worn under all jumpers/skirts. Jumper/skirts must be knee length and touch the floor when kneeling. Pant length should not be excessively long.

Traditional Uniform (may be worn any day except Thursday). All knit shirts must be monogrammed.

Grades K-4:

  • Navy blue pants or walking shorts and white Peter Pan blouse with blue tie
  • Navy blue pants or walking shorts and gold knit shirt
  • Navy blue culottes and white Peter Pan blouse with blue tie
  • Navy blue culottes and gold knit shirt

Grades 5-8:

  • Plaid skirt and white Peter Pan blouse with blue tie
  • Plaid skirt and black knit shirt
  • Khaki pants or walking shorts and white Peter Pan blouse/with tie Khaki pants or walking shorts and black knit shirt
  • Khaki skirt or culottes and white Peter Pan blouse/with tie
  • Khaki skirt or culottes and black knit shirt

*Pants should fit on the waist. PK, K & 1st may have an elasticized waistband.
The monogrammed sweater or sweater vest is the only sweater that can be worn in the classroom. No jackets are allowed to be worn in the classroom.

Girls Shoes – All Grades

Grades K5-8:

Velcro shoes are acceptable. Tie shoes must be tied at all times. Shoelaces must be white or black. No boots of any type may be worn with the daily school uniform. Shoes must have non-marking soles to prevent marks on the tile or gym floor. Tennis shoes/sneakers with non-marking soles are required for PK-8. No other type of shoe may be worn. Shoes must have a closed toe and heel (including on Free Dress Day). Slip-ons, zipper shoes, light-up shoes, or shoes with wheels are not permitted.

Girls Socks – All Grades

Grades K5 – 8: Plain white anklets – tights or knee socks can be worn also. Socks must be visible above the shoe.

Accessories and other guidelines

  • Make-up, lip gloss, colored chap stick, nail polish, or artificial nails or nail tips may not be worn (all grades).
  • Jewelry must not be a distraction to the learning process and must be appropriate for a Catholic school environment. Jewelry is limited to one watch, one ring, one small pendant on a narrow chain, and one small bracelet. Watches with a beeping device should be silenced during the school day.
  • Rosaries may not be worn as jewelry.
  • Hologram contact lenses are not permitted.
  • Girls only: Earrings must be no larger than a dime, no dangling earrings and one earring per lobe. Boys only: Earrings are not an approved item for boys.
  • No permanent tattoos or body piercing.
  • No temporary tattoos
  • Girls only: Hair bows must be white, gold, navy blue, or uniform plaid – no hair beads, no hair feathers, no headbands embellished with large flowers, jewels, or other decorative items may be worn.
  • Blouses and shirts must be worn tucked in at all times.
  • Outerwear such as coats, jackets, hats, etc. may not be worn in the classroom with the exception of the SPN sweatshirt. If a sweater is worn in the classroom, only the regulation blue sweater or sweater vest is acceptable.
  • No turtlenecks are allowed to be worn with jumpers, pants, or skirts. Any long sleeve shirts that are worn must be the Peter Pan collar shirt or appropriate knit shirt. The sweatshirt cannot be worn to Mass.
  • Belts need to be brown, black, or navy blue and worn with pants and shorts with belt loops. They should fit the waist and not extend beyond the buckle more than three inches. Ornamental buckles are not allowed.
  • Hair must be neat, clean, and styled in a non-distractive way. Bangs should not cover the eyes. Hair length for boys should be no longer than the top of the shirt collar and the middle of the ear. Rat-tailed, shaved or sculptured styles, two-tone hair, or spray painted hair are unacceptable. Extreme hair coloring, highlighting, and bleaching are not permitted (including on out of uniform day). Extremes in hairstyles are not permitted. The principal will determine what is or is not extreme.
  • Make-up, nail polish, or artificial nails may not be worn to school or on field trips. Students coming to school wearing make-up or nail polish will be sent to the office, asked to remove it, and the violation will recorded against the monthly out-of-uniform reward.
  • No perfume or cologne should be worn. Many students are allergic to strong scents. Deodorants are acceptable.
  • Students who choose to wear a t-shirt under the uniform shirt or blouse must wear a white one. Any design or printing may not show through the uniform shirt.
  • Slacks may not be worn under jumpers or skirts.
  • Oversized, ripped clothing or uniforms with holes may not be worn.Names should be put on all uniform clothing. If it becomes lost, it can be returned to the owner.

Official Uniform Supplier

Parker Uniforms Collonade Center 9606 N. May Ave. OKC, OK 73120

(405) 748-6066
FAX: (405) 748-8624

www.parkersu.com

School ID# OK724073

All uniforms ordered from Parker come with a guarantee.

Their uniforms wear the best of any company our parents have used. However, you may buy your pants and shorts from another store as long as they are of the Parker style. That means comparable khaki color, no stonewashed khaki, same style, number, and location of pockets. The waist must rest around the waist rather than on the hips.

Mass (Dress) Uniform

All students are required to wear the dress uniform for Mass or competitions (unless otherwise indicated).

Out of Uniform

Out of uniform days may be declared at the discretion of the principal. The following guidelines should be followed:

  • Clothes should be appropriate, clean, modest, and in good taste for a Catholic school.
  • Shorts, pants, jeans and shirts must be without holes. Shorts and jeans must be worn on the waist.
  • Blouses and shirts must have sleeves.
  • Shorts and skirts are to be no shorter than the knee.
  • T-shirts with sleeves may be worn, however the logo and graphics must be appropriate for a Catholic school. For example, skull and crossbones are not appropriate.Good rule: If you think that it should not be worn, it shouldn’t be.

Required Dress Uniform (must be worn on Thursday, but may be worn any day):

Grades K5-4: Navy blue pants and white oxford shirt with blue clip-on tie

Grades 5-8: Khaki pants and white oxford shirt with blue/red striped tie

The required dress uniform must be worn with a monogrammed sweater or monogrammed sweater vest on Mass day between November 1 and April 1.

Traditional Uniform (may be worn any day except Thursday). All knit shirts must be monogrammed.

Grades K-4:

  • Navy blue pants or walking shorts with white Oxford shirt and blue clip-on tie

  • Navy blue pants or walking shorts with gold knit shirt

Grades 5-8:

  • Khaki pants or walking shorts with white Oxford shirt and blue/red striped tie

  • Khaki pants or walking shorts with black knit shirt

*Pants should fit on the waist. PK, K & 1st may have an elasticized waistband.
The monogrammed sweater or sweater vest is the only sweater that can be worn in the classroom. No jackets are allowed to be worn in the classroom.

Boys Shoes – All Grades

Grades K5-8:

Velcro shoes are acceptable. Tie shoes must be tied at all times. Shoelaces must be white or black. No boots of any type may be worn with the daily school uniform. Shoes must have non-marking soles to prevent marks on the tile or gym floor. Tennis shoes/sneakers with non-marking soles are required for PK-8. No other type of shoe may be worn. Shoes must have a closed toe and heel (including on Free Dress Day). Slip-ons, zipper shoes, light-up shoes, or shoes with wheels are not permitted.

Boys Socks – All Grades

Grades K5 – 8: Plain white crew socks– no socks with a logo. Socks must be visible above the shoe.

Accessories and other guidelines

  • Make-up, lip gloss, colored chap stick, nail polish, or artificial nails or nail tips may not be worn (all grades).
  • Jewelry must not be a distraction to the learning process and must be appropriate for a Catholic school environment. Jewelry is limited to one watch, one ring, one small pendant on a narrow chain, and one small bracelet. Watches with a beeping device should be silenced during the school day.
  • Rosaries may not be worn as jewelry.
  • Hologram contact lenses are not permitted.
  • Girls only: Earrings must be no larger than a dime, no dangling earrings and one earring per lobe. Boys only: Earrings are not an approved item for boys.
  • No permanent tattoos or body piercing.
  • No temporary tattoos
  • Girls only: Hair bows must be white, gold, navy blue, or uniform plaid – no hair beads, no hair feathers, no headbands embellished with large flowers, jewels, or other decorative items may be worn.
  • Blouses and shirts must be worn tucked in at all times.
  • Outerwear such as coats, jackets, hats, etc. may not be worn in the classroom with the exception of the SPN sweatshirt. If a sweater is worn in the classroom, only the regulation blue sweater or sweater vest is acceptable.
  • No turtlenecks are allowed to be worn with jumpers, pants, or skirts. Any long sleeve shirts that are worn must be the Peter Pan collar shirt or appropriate knit shirt. The sweatshirt cannot be worn to Mass.
  • Belts need to be brown, black, or navy blue and worn with pants and shorts with belt loops. They should fit the waist and not extend beyond the buckle more than three inches. Ornamental buckles are not allowed.
  • Hair must be neat, clean, and styled in a non-distractive way. Bangs should not cover the eyes. Hair length for boys should be no longer than the top of the shirt collar and the middle of the ear. Rat-tailed, shaved or sculptured styles, two-tone hair, or spray painted hair are unacceptable. Extreme hair coloring, highlighting, and bleaching are not permitted (including on out of uniform day). Extremes in hairstyles are not permitted. The principal will determine what is or is not extreme.
  • Make-up, nail polish, or artificial nails may not be worn to school or on field trips. Students coming to school wearing make-up or nail polish will be sent to the office, asked to remove it, and the violation will recorded against the monthly out-of-uniform reward.
  • No perfume or cologne should be worn. Many students are allergic to strong scents. Deodorants are acceptable.
  • Students who choose to wear a t-shirt under the uniform shirt or blouse must wear a white one. Any design or printing may not show through the uniform shirt.
  • Slacks may not be worn under jumpers or skirts.
  • Oversized, ripped clothing or uniforms with holes may not be worn.Names should be put on all uniform clothing. If it becomes lost, it can be returned to the owner.

Official Uniform Supplier

Parker Uniforms Collonade Center 9606 N. May Ave. OKC, OK 73120

(405) 748-6066
FAX: (405) 748-8624

www.parkersu.com

School ID# OK724073

All uniforms ordered from Parker come with a guarantee.

Their uniforms wear the best of any company our parents have used. However, you may buy your pants and shorts from another store as long as they are of the Parker style. That means comparable khaki color, no stonewashed khaki, same style, number, and location of pockets. The waist must rest around the waist rather than on the hips.

Mass (Dress) Uniform

All students are required to wear the dress uniform for Mass or competitions (unless otherwise indicated).

Out of Uniform

Out of uniform days may be declared at the discretion of the principal. The following guidelines should be followed:

  • Clothes should be appropriate, clean, modest, and in good taste for a Catholic school.
  • Shorts, pants, jeans and shirts must be without holes. Shorts and jeans must be worn on the waist.
  • Blouses and shirts must have sleeves.
  • Shorts and skirts are to be no shorter than the knee.
  • T-shirts with sleeves may be worn, however the logo and graphics must be appropriate for a Catholic school. For example, skull and crossbones are not appropriate.Good rule: If you think that it should not be worn, it shouldn’t be.

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