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  • Uniform Policy Information

     

    ELEMENTARY SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY

    Uniform options may be mixed and matched in many different combinations. All polo shirts, turtle necks, oxford shirts, Peter Pan collar shirts (girls), and polo dresses must be monogrammed with the WCA emblem. All WCA monogrammed pieces must be purchased through Lands’ End or French Toast. Parents may not share WCA’s logo with any other printing company. Links to both websites are located under the Parent Support tab on the WCA website.

    All dresses, jumpers, shorts, skorts, skirts, and PE uniform shorts must be 4” or less above the knee. Girls should wear biker shorts/shorts/leggings under dresses and skirts for modesty. Girls should wear socks or leggings at all times in solid colors (white, black, brown, navy.) Patterned tights or leggings are not appropriate to wear with regulation uniforms. Boys and girls may wear long or short sleeve shirts depending on the season and weather.

    Students are to wear regulation uniform options unless a Spirit Day is announced, or it is PE day. On spirit days, students may wear a WCA t-shirt with either denim or khaki bottoms. Girls may also wear leggings under jumpers or skirts. On PE day, students are to wear approved athletic attire as outlined in the uniform policy.

    On the last Monday of every month, students are invited to participate in NUTS Day (No Uniforms to School.) Students may wear “everyday” clothing options provided their clothing is void of scary or inappropriate logos. NUTS Day also does not allow the wearing of pajama style sweatpants. Students who participate in NUTS Day should bring a $1.00 donation to school. All proceeds benefit the Home of the Good Shepherd Orphanage in Kenya.

    Note: All hoodies/sweatshirts worn to school must have the WCA logo on them and be appropriately sized. Oversized hoodies will not be permitted. On NUTS Day, hoodies with other logos and designs may be worn.

    REGULATION UNIFORM OPTIONS

     
    • WCA Polo Shirt: white, navy, light blue, or hunter green.
    • WCA turtleneck: white or navy.
    • Pants/shorts: Khaki or navy.
    • Jumper: Khaki, navy, or approved plaid.
    • Skirt/Kilt/Skort: Khaki, navy, or approved plaid.
    • WCA dresses: navy, light blue, or hunter green.

    • WCA oxford shirt: white

    CHAPEL ATTIRE (WEDNESDAYS)

     
    • Girls must wear the WCA Peter Pan collared, white blouse with a jumper, kilt, skirt or skort in navy, khaki or plaid.
    • Boys must wear the WCA white oxford shirt with either khaki or navy pants/shorts.
     

    P.E. UNIFORM

     
    • WCA gray, logo t-shirt from Lands’ End (Note: Shirt length should not exceed the length of the shorts.)
    • Shorts or pants—athletic fabric, navy, with or without white trim.
    • Jacket—Athletic, navy with white trim.
    • WCA logo or plain sweatshirt—navy or gray
    • WCA half-zip jacket—navy (purchased from Lands’ End.)
     

    HAIR

     

    Hair should be clean, neatly groomed, and not should not draw undue attention to oneself. Boys’ hair should be cut so that it is off of the collar.

    ACCESSORIES

     

    Hair accessories and jewelry should be tasteful and age appropriate. Please use discretion when choosing items. Socks and tights should be a solid color void of patterns. NUTS Day is a good day to express your unique style with accessories and clothing.

    ACCEPTABLE/UNACCEPTABLE FOOTWEAR

     

    Acceptable footwear: Mary Janes, soft soled shoes, tennis/athletic shoes, Keens, Ugg boots (black, brown, navy, tan), Vans sneakers, and loafers.

    Unacceptable footwear: Crocs, rubber boots, cowboy boots, wheelies, light up sneakers, clogs, high heels/wedges, open toed shoes, sandals, flip flops, or boots with animal print, fringe, or glitter.

    Students in JK or K should not wear loafers or ballet shoes without straps or buckles as these are unsafe options on the playground.

    MIDDLE SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY

    Uniform options may be mixed and matched in many different combinations. All polo shirts, turtle necks, oxford shirts, Peter Pan collar shirts (girls), and polo dresses must be monogrammed with the WCA emblem. All WCA monogrammed pieces must be purchased through Lands’ End or French Toast. Parents may not share WCA’s logo with any other printing company. Links to both websites are located under the Parent Support tab on the WCA website.

    Students are to wear regulation uniform options unless a Spirit Day is announced, or it is PE day. On Spirit Days, students may wear a WCA t-shirt with either denim or khaki bottoms. Girls may also wear leggings under jumpers or skirts. On PE day, students are to wear approved athletic attire as outlined in the uniform policy.

    On the last Monday of every month, students are invited to participate in NUTS Day (No Uniforms to School.) Students may wear “everyday” clothing options provided their clothing is void of scary or inappropriate logos. NUTS Day also does not allow the wearing of pajama style sweatpants. Students who participate in NUTS Day should bring a $1.00 donation to school. All proceeds benefit the Good Shepherd Orphanage in Kenya.

    Note: All hoodies/sweatshirts worn to school must have the WCA logo on them and be appropriately sized. Oversized hoodies will not be permitted. On NUTS Day, hoodies with other logos and designs may be worn.

    REGULATION UNIFORM OPTIONS

     
    • WCA polo shirt: white, navy, light blue, hunter green, yellow, and red.
    • WCA oxford shirt: white/button down.
    • Girls: white, Peter Pan collar shirt or Oxford button down.
    • Pants, shorts, skorts, and skirts: khaki or navy
    • Jeans: plain denim; no holes or rips; not tight or ultra-skinny, easily grabbed off of the leg.
     

    CHAPEL ATTIRE

     
    • Girls may wear a dress in navy, light blue, or hunter green. They may also wear pants or a skirt/skort in khaki or navy with a WCA white oxford shirt or a WCA Peter Pan collar shirt.
    • Boys may wear pants or shorts in khaki or navy with a WCA white, oxford shirt.
     

    P.E. ATTIRE

     
    • WCA T-Shirt
    • Shorts: sport length—4” or less above the knee (Note: Shirt length should not exceed the length of the shorts.)
    • Sweat or athletic pants: gray or navy
    • Athletic/tennis shoes/solid colored socks
     

    Students must wear PE clothing to school on PE days. If a student forgets his/her PE clothing, he/she has 1 grace day for the grading period. The 2nd offense will result in a 50% grade reduction for that PE class. A student who is not dressed out may not be allowed to participate in the class dependent on the activity for the day.

    HAIR

     

    Hair should be clean, neatly groomed, and not should not draw undue attention to oneself. Boys’ hair should be cut so that it is off of their collar.

    ACCESSORIES

     

    Hair accessories and jewelry should be tasteful and age appropriate. Please use discretion when choosing items. Socks and tights should be a solid color void of patterns. NUTS Day is a good day to express your unique style with accessories and clothing.

    UNACCEPTABLE ATTIRE

     

    Dresses and skirts should be loose and not form-fitting. Leggings and yoga pants are not permissible unless worn with a tunic style top. Tops should never be strapless or low cut even with a cover up. Use discretion when choosing footwear regarding color, design, and sparkles.

    DRESS CODE VIOLATIONS

     

    Dress code interpretation is at the discretion of WCA Staff. Any student who is not dressed according to the Dress Code is in violation. The student will be given a verbal warning on the first offense. If a second violation should occur, a student will receive a written citation that is sent home. Both the student AND parent must sign the citation and return it to school the next day. If a third violation occurs, a parent will be called and must bring a replacement for the clothing or shoes to school that are in violation of the Dress Code.

     

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