It is important for our students to be dressed for success each and every day that they are in school. By following the dress code, students will be prepared and will not miss class time to correct dress code problems. Below is the dress code for Alturas Elementary. If you have any questions or need uniform assistance please let us know. Bottoms: Navy, black, khaki/tan. Shorts, pants, skorts, skirted jumpers must be plain, solid color twill, corduroy or denim fabric. Traditional blue jeans color is OK for denim. Bottoms may NOT have stripes, colored trim, large logos, embroidery, sequins, or any other decorations. Bottoms may not be overalls, sweat pants, or knit pants/skirts or leggings. Skirts and skorts must be mid-thigh or longer in length.

**Belts: MUST be worn if garment has belt loops.

Tops: White, navy, or burgundy are the only approved colors. Polo type shirts with a collar are acceptable. All T-shirts must be Alturas T-shirts with the school logo (these are available in the front office). Shirts must have long or short sleeves (no sleeveless). Knit polo-type, woven dress shirts, blouses, turtlenecks, as well as school t-shirts are all acceptable. No decorations, sequins, embroidery, or other decorations may be on shirts. All shirts must be tucked in.

 Must be safe and appropriate. Tennis shoes are preferred for safety reasons. No flipflops, sandals, slides, open toed shoes, or shoes/boots with heels. Socks must be white, navy, black or khaki.

Jackets, sweaters and sweatshirts: are acceptable. Jackets, sweaters, and sweatshirts must be the appropriate size. Any logos, pictures, embroidery, etc. must be appropriate for school.

All clothes must be appropriate size, with the waist of the garment worn at the student’s waist. Clothes that are too loose or tight may not be worn.

Thanks for your attention to this important matter.

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The mission of Alturas Elementary School is for all of our students to demonstrate academic achievement at or above the expected level of performance as defined by the Florida Department of Education.

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