• School Uniform Policy

    Uniforms are mandatory for all 4-12 students. To provide an environment conducive to optimal and safe learning absent of unnecessary distraction, and in an effort toward the implementation, facilitation, and perpetuation of school unity, the following dress will be observed and enforced. No students will be allowed to enter the class without the proper uniform. It is expected that all students will be dressed in full uniform at all times, starting on the first day of school, until the last day of classes. Full uniform must be worn for all school events unless otherwise indicated.

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    General

    • Clothing may not have holes or rips
    • Undergarments should not be visible
    • Sunglasses: No sunglasses allowed in the building without a written doctor’s prescription.
    • Tattoos: Tattoos that distract from the learning environment must remain covered at all
      times.Hats, Caps, and Bandannas: Hats or caps may not be worn in the building. Bandannas of
      any color are not allowed on school grounds
    • Logos: Logos or brand names (with the exception of the GLA logo) should not exceed ½
      by 1 ½ inch. Inappropriate or offensive logos are not allowed on any items of clothing
    • Students participating in Mapleton clubs and/or sports may wear their team uniform or club
      shirt


    Shirts

    • Shirts may be solid white, solid dark green, solid navy blue, solid grey, or solid black
    • Shirts must be long enough to tuck in and must remain tucked in during school hours
    • Global, Mapleton, or Skyview gear may be worn

    Pants

    • Pants must be solid black, solid navy blue, or khaki dress slacks
    • Solid black jeans are permitted (faded black jeans are not permitted)
    • Pants may not sag. Pants 1” below the waistline are considered sagging
    • Pajamas, spandex-type or breakaway pants are not permitted
    • Blue denim (jeans) pants are not permitted

     

  • Dresses, Skirts, and Shorts

    • Solid navy, black, or khaki dresses, skirts and shorts with no logos or brand names on them are allowed
    • Dresses, skirts, jumpers and shorts may not be more than 4” above the middle of the kneecap and cannot be ragged, tight fitting, see-through, or spandex
    • Tights must be solid black, green, navy, grey, or white Sweaters, Vests, Hoodies and Blazers
    • Solid white, black, grey, navy, or dark green sweaters, vests, and blazers are allowed. These must be worn with a shirt underneath when appropriate
    • Global, Mapleton, or Skyview hooded sweatshirts may be worn. Hoods must be off the head when in the building

    Belts

    • Solid dark colored cloth, leather or vinyl belts are allowed
    • Belts may not hang excessively
    • Spikes and rings on belts are not permitted

    Accessories

    • Chokers, dog collar necklaces, spiked necklaces, bullet necklaces, ball-bearing necklaces or necklaces/jewelry that are considered offensive or advocating violence, drug use, or gang affiliation are not permitted
    • Suspenders must be fastened properly
    • Wearing excessive pins or buttons is not permitted
    • Wearing gloves in the classroom is not permitted (gloves may be worn to school)

    Shoes

    • Bedroom slippers are not permitted
    • “Heelies” wheel type shoes are not permitted
      **Any clothing this policy does not address is up to the discretion of the school Director and
      Assistant Director.


    School IDs & Lanyards

    All students who attend a Mapleton Public School in grades 7-12 MUST wear a school ID on a lanyard. The ID must be visible at all times and is required to be on any Mapleton school campus.


    Dress Code & ID Violations


    If a student violates the dress code or is missing his/her ID, he/she will be asked to comply and parents/guardians will be expected to bring a change of clothes or the ID if needed. Repeated violations will result in a conference with parents and potential disciplinary action. Appeals may be made to the Superintendent/Designee of Mapleton Public Schools.