Uniforms

2016-17 Dress Code

Polo Shirts – Short sleeve red, black or white are the only colors that will be accepted, and must be embroidered with the official Risley logo or be free of all other logos.  The shirts cannot be oversized or undersized and may not be longer than the top of the legs.  Undershirts must be solid in color – no designs, no writing, and they must not show below the polo.  Shirts may not be tied in back or altered in any way.  No pajama tops.

Hoodies – Red, black, or white are the only colors that will be accepted and only with the official Risley logo.  Plain, solid hoodies may be worn but cannot have any other logo (Nike, Adidas, American Eagle, etc), nor may they have any stripes.  The hoodie may be a pullover or front zipper.  The hoodies cannot be oversized and may not be longer that the top of the legs. 

Pants/Shorts/Skirts/Capris – Khaki and black pants/capris are the only bottom garments that are accepted. Pants must be solid colored and free from decals, rhinestones, holes/tears, chains, writing or any other decorations.  Shorts cannot be shorter than the top of the knee when standing.  NO RED or WHITE pants allowed.  No denim jeans or athletic shorts will be accepted.  No pajama bottoms allowed.  No sagging or dragging on the floor.

Accessories – Belts, if worn, can be solid color and logo/picture free.  Initial buckles, logo/picture buckles, belt tails longer than 4 inches from belt loop, chains from loop/pockets or spiked are not acceptable.  Shoes may not be solid blue or have blue shoelaces.  Slippers are NOT acceptable.

 

Keep in mind the following expectations in addition to the above:

  •  FRIDAYS ONLY – Students may wear t-shirts with designated Risley Logos.
  • Student Athletes and Risley competitive academic teams may wear their uniform top on Game Days only.  An undershirt must be worn under the uniform if sleeveless.   If there is a game or competition on Saturday, the athlete may wear the uniform on Friday.
  • No blue: (to include, but not limited to- shirts, undershirts, shoes, shoelaces, etc.)
  • Bands worn on wrists, bracelets, or necklaces may not have inappropriate sayings, symbols, etc.
  • Hats may NOT be worn in the building; they must be placed in your locker and left there until school dismisses if worn to school.

 

Students who fail to follow the school uniform policy are subject to the following consequences:

1st infraction:  Warning and a copy of Uniform Policy will be sent home to be signed AGAIN by               parent/guardian and returned to the Assistant Principal.  If not returned, student will have detention or after school community service until it is returned signed.

2nd infraction:  Call to parent to discuss the Uniform Policy to determine the problem in meeting the standard.  Parent/guardian will be asked to deliver the student’s uniform to school.  Detention, Community Service or other consequence as determined by administration.  Student will write the dress code policy during detention.

3rd infraction:  Parent conference with Asst. Principal.  Parent will be asked to deliver the student’s uniform.  If parent cannot be reached or cannot bring in uniform, student will have one day suspension.  Paper work will be sent home with student.  Parent REQUIRED to conference with Asst. Principal upon return. 

4th infraction:  One day suspension or other consequence as determined by administration.  If parent cannot be reached or cannot bring in uniform,   paperwork will be sent home with student.  Parent REQUIRED to conference with Asst. Principal upon return. 

For further district wide policy, please see Board Policy JICA or the student Code of Conduct handbook.