• Dress Code


    Wilbur Wright School is a dress code enforced school.

    All K-8th grade students are expected to be in dress code each and every day beginning the first day of school. Dress code is monitored and recorded daily. Parents will be notified if their child is inappropriately dressed. Students who come to school out of dress code will receive consequences for "Failing to adhere to school culture." Repeated dress code violations will result in disciplinary action including, but not limited to, exclusion from class or school activities/field trips, detentions, and suspensions from school.

     

    Boys:

    Solid white or Solid blue dress shirt with a collar. Shirts SHOULD NOT have visible logos. SHIRTS SHOULD BE TUCKED INTO PANTS AT ALL TIMES. Bottoms must be solid navy, solid black or solid khaki pants or knee-length shorts. Sagging pants are not allowed and belts must be worn at all times. No denim or skinny jeans, sweat suits or hoodies. Socks must be worn. Open toe shoes and flip-flops are NOT allowed.

     

    Girls:

    Solid white or Solid blue dress shirt with a collar. Shirts SHOULD NOT have visible logos. SHIRTS SHOULD BE TUCKED INTO PANTS AND SKIRTS AT ALL TIMES. Bottoms must be solid navy, solid black or solid khaki pants, knee-length shorts or jumper.  No denim or skinny jeans, sweat suits or hoodies. Socks must be worn. Fishnet stockings are NOT allowed. Open toe shoes and flip-flops are NOT allowed. 

     

    Boys and Girls:

    NO HEADGEAR including, but not limited to, scarves, hats, rags, or wraps. Belts are required for all bottoms with belt loops. Belts must be solid black, solid navy, or solid brown. No other colors or logos are allowed on belts. Sweaters are allowed in solid black, solid navy, or solid white.

     

    Physical Education:

    All students should wear solid black OR navy/dark blue knee-length athletic shorts (uniform shorts are not to be worn in gym). Also all students should wear plain white t-shirts. Tennis shoes are required for physical education. They cannot take gym in boots. They will not be allowed to participate if they do not wear tennis shoes. In order to maximize instructional time, we ask that you have your child wear his/her gym clothes underneath their dress code clothes on days they have physical education.