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LVAES Dress Code

Linda Vista Adventist Elementary School has contracted with Land's End to provide our school uniform.  You can shop LandsEnd.com with the school code 900163353

LVAES Dress Code Policy - School Handbook

The LVAES student image and dress policy emphasizes professionalism, simplicity, and modesty and seeks to instill in each student a sense of order and respect for him or herself, other students, and faculty. "No education can be complete that does not teach right principles in regard to dress." Education p. 246

 

Students must wear the appropriate uniform attire from Lands End with the LVAES logo.  Hats and accessories should not be worn.

 

Students’ hair should be clean and well groomed; hairstyles should not be extreme in length or style.  Boys’ hair length should be above the collar & ear. Nail polish should be clear or neutral color. Bright nail polish of any color is not permitted.

 

Makeup and hair color should provide for a natural look. Nail polish should be clear or a neutral color. In order for this dress code to be effective, it is mandatory that every student be dressed in the prescribed school attire every school day. An effective, enforced, dress code minimizes the amount of time spent on monitoring dress.

 

Linda Vista t-shirt should be worn for all field trips and may be worn on Fridays.

 

Jewelry should not be worn to school or to school events. This includes bracelets, wristbands, necklaces, rings, studs, expensive or elaborate hair accessories, etc.

 

When a free dress day is declared, students must wear appropriate and modest clothing that follow the standards list above.  Additional guidelines:

                 

  • No hats

  • All shirts must have sleeves

  • No skinny jeans or leggings

  • Shorts and dresses should be near the knee.

  • No open-toed shoes

  • Graphics, logos, and text should support LVAES’ values