• Uniform Policy


    Uniform Dress Code Policy

    Sunbeam has a uniform dress code. The purpose of the school uniform is to:

    Ø Provide a means of identification and belonging to Sunbeam School and make it easy to identify intruders on campus.

    Ø Provide for the neat and orderly appearance appropriate for school, the learning atmosphere and various activities.

    Ø Reduce weapon violations and disciplinary infractions.

    Ø Avoid competition in dress and control clothing costs for families.

     

    Girls

    § Navy blue or black slacks (no jeans), skirt, skort or jumpers - no higher than 2 inches above the knee

    § White or light blue blouse or polo shirt (no t-shirts)

    § White, navy blue or black socks, tights or hosiery

    § Appropriate school shoes (no sandals, flip flops, high heels)

     

    Boys

    § Navy blue or black slacks (no jeans) and navy or black belts

    § White or light blue polo or dress shirt (no t-shirts)

    § White, navy blue or black socks

    § Appropriate school shoes

     

    Please note: No bagging or sagging clothing will be permitted. Violations to the policy will result in parents/guardians being contacted to bring appropriate uniform clothing.

    Shorts: Uniform navy or black, knee-length shorts (walking shorts – no more than 2 inches above the knee) may be worn with the white or light blue shirt/blouse weather dependent.

    Gym Uniform – Navy shorts, white t-shirt and tennis shoes

    Optional: Solid navy blue, black or white sweaters or sweatshirts. They must be worn over a white or light blue shirt. Solid navy blue or black blazers, sport coats, vests and ties. Solid navy blue or black belts.

    The following are inappropriate and should not be worn to school:

    § Halter tops, spaghetti straps, midriff tops, clothing with inappropriate or offensive pictures or words. Oversized, sagging or bagging clothing.

    § Headgear: hats, bandannas, hoods, sweatbands, scarves, goggles, or sunglasses.

    § Shoes wear: sandals, flip flops, high heels, footsies, house slippers, boots, tennis shoes should be brought on Physical Education days.

     

    We believe there is a direct relationship between being well groomed and properly dressed and having productive work habits for school. Clothing can have a bearing on students' external conduct as well as their internal attitude. The school and the parents support the dress code in a spirit of mutual cooperation. The administration, faculty and staff will monitor the dress code throughout school hours.

     

    For uniform assistance, please contact the school office at 216-838-9850.