• Click here for uniform assistance application

     

    Click here to view Dr. Monell's Zoom meeting on the '21-'22 school year uniform expectations

     

    *Uniform donation program- this year we are accepting uniform donations from families. If your child has a gently used uniform they have outgrown, you are able to donate these clothing items to the school. A bin will be placed in the front entrance for donations to be dropped off.

    If you trade in a gently used Harper polo your scholar has outgrown, you can get a new Harper polo for half price! Please do not place these in the donation bin, make sure you turn them in to either Mrs. Hanlon or Mrs. Grech-Scott

     

    See below for the expectations:

     

    Polo/Collared Shirts: Colors – Royal Blue and Navy Blue. New scholars will be provided one free Harper Logo Uniform shirt - additional shirts are available for purchase at the price of $10 per shirt. 

                                      *No longer will white shirts be a part of our dress code

                                      *Harper Logo Uniform shirts are to be worn EVERY Monday

     

    Pants/Skirts/Shorts: Colors – Navy Blue, Black, Grey, Khaki

     All skirts, pants, and shorts must be knee length.

     

    Sweaters (Crew Neck and Button Down): Color – Navy Blue, Black, Grey

     

    Hoodies: Cannot be worn in class or hallways

     

    Harper T-shirts: Only worn on Fridays or on school approved dress down or field trip days.

     

    P.E. Shirt: Worn only on days scholars have P.E. class and are to be worn under their uniform shirt. After PE scholars are required to change back into their school shirt.

    *A limited amount of PE shirts can be purchased for $10 per shirt. Please return the PE order form and money in with your child.*

     

    Dress code violation policy

    First Violation: Administrator or designee will make a parent/guardian call. Student will be offered the opportunity to remedy the situation, which could include an exchange of clothing if available or other potential remedy. Verbal warning given.

    Second Violation: Administrator or designee will make a parent/guardian call. Student will be offered the opportunity to remedy the situation, which could include an exchange of clothing if available, or other potential remedy. Written warning given. Families will be made aware of uniform assistance application and other supports available.

    Subsequent violation(s): Administrator or designee will make a parent/guardian call. Student will be offered the opportunity to remedy the situation, which could include an exchange of clothing if available, or other potential remedy. Parent conference will be scheduled. Student will spend the school day in the Zen Den.

     

     

    Educationally yours,

    Dr. Ajayi Monell

    Principal

    William Rainey Harper

    IB Candidacy School

     

    *One of our additional areas of support that we will be adding to Harper is our “Lending a Paw” application. This application will be a way for families to apply for support with uniforms.