Standard Student Attire
Marion B. Earl Elementary School will be implementing a mandatory Standard Student Attire policy for the 2020-2021 school year.
Clothes can be purchased at any store. Standard Student Attire policy must be followed.
Colors: Navy Blue, Khaki, White, and Black
The basic colors of khaki, navy blue, and white will be required at all Standard Student Attire schools. All items of clothing must be in solid colors only with no pattern, no words, and no brand logos. Marion B. Earl Elementary School will have black as an optional color. No sequins, studs, sparkles, glitter, beads, rhinestones, embroidery, sparkle stitching, or other similar embellishments/accessories may be worn on clothing. All types of sweatshirts are allowed (including non-hooded, pullover hoodies, and zippered sweatshirts), but all types must be in Standard Student Attire basic/optional solid colors at all times.
Under CCSD Regulation 5131(V)(D), “The school logo may only include the school name and/or school mascot. No other names or symbols related to school athletic teams, school clubs/activities, charitable organizations, or similar groups/organizations should be on the clothing.” In addition, “Colors and styles of outerwear, such as jackets and coats, are not required to meet the color/style specifications of Standard Student Attire.”
Other questions you may have can be answered by Belinda Schauer, the Principal of Marion B. Earl Elementary School. We appreciate parents’ support of this mandatory Standard Student Attire policy.
Please remember to dress appropriately for the season. Any jacket, sweater, or cardigan that a student will wear inside of the building must be in dress code colors.