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Top: Girls
SHIRTS: Polo style shirt: white, maroon or grey
Girls Bottom Image
Bottom: Girls
PANTS/SKIRTS/SHORTS Khaki or navy blue. Skirts must be no shorter than the top of the knees. No rubber or elastic bottoms. No skinny jeans or khakis, leggings, jeggings. No zippers or laces on the side or legs of pants.
Boys Top Image
Top: Boys
SHIRTS: Polo style shirt: White, maroon or grey
Boys Bottom Image
Bottom: Boys
PANTS/SHORTS: Khaki or navy blue. No oversized pants. No rubber or elastic bottoms. No skinny jeans or khakis, leggings, jeggings. No zippers or laces on the side or legs of pants.
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Belt
BELTS: Khaki, black or brown. No other color belts will be allowed. Belts and buckles must be plain. Large buckles or marquee buckles are not allowed.
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Girls Socks
SOCKS: White, black or brown
Boys Socks Image
Boys Socks
SOCKS: White, black or brown
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Shoes
SHOES: Any color shoes may be worn. Shoes are to be tied, buckled and/or secured. All shoes must be closed in the front and back. No lighted shoes are allowed. Pants should not be tucked into shoes. No handwritten words or symbols.
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Outerwear
OUTERWEAR: Jackets: black, maroon or grey. May have school logo on the front. Students may also wear letterman jackets or cheerleader jackets that they have purchased through the school. Scarves worn should be school colors.
Additional Notes
SHIRTS (no handwritten words or symbols) • Polo/Golf style with buttons, color must be maroon, white or gray; or APPROVED current year spirit shirt(To provide families with economical and approved spirit shirts, spirit shirts will be purchased through the school). The spirit shirt available for this year may be worn in subsequent years also. Spirit T-shirts may be worn any day of the week. All shirts will be tucked in. • Spirit T-shirts must be maroon, gray, or white • Undershirts must be white, maroon or gray (no visible writing) • All shirts with buttons must be buttoned with the exception of the top neck button. No revealing tank, halter, crop or other garments should be visible. Shirts should not be excessively tight. PANTS/SKIRTS (no handwritten words or symbols) Elementary (K-6) • Khaki long pants, capri pants, jumpers, or shorts (longer than the end of your hand) may be worn High School (7-12) • Boys and girls may wear khaki long or short pants that come to the top of the knee. Girls may wear khaki capri pants, jumpers or skirts that cover the knee. • Pants must be wide enough at the bottom to cover the tops of shoes(No rubber or elastic bottoms. Prohibited (K-12)—CANNOT BE WORN • Pants worn below the waist or oversized uniforms • Overalls • Pants with zippers or laces on the side or legs • Anything hanging out of pockets • Skinny jeans or khakis, leggings, jeggings, pants with elastic at the bottom • Excessively tight pants SHOES (no handwritten words or symbols) • Any color shoes may be worn • All shoes must be closed in the front and back. Shoes are to be tied, buckled and/or secured. No lighted shoes are allowed. Pants should not be tucked into shoes. BELTS • Brown, black, or khaki belts(No other color belts will be allowed) will be required on pants with belt loops. Belts and buckles must be plain. Large buckles or marquee buckles are prohibited. OUTERWEAR All outer wear will be purchased from the school to provide families with economical outerwear choices. Students may purchase the following from the school: • Gray or Maroon Fleece Pullover • Gray or Maroon Sweatshirts Students may also wear letterman jackets or cheerleader jackets that they have purchased through the school. • Scarves worn should be school colors. Students will be notified through announcements at school as well as by School Cast when the temperature is low enough to require heavy outer wear(Such as jackets or coats). JEWELRY • If necklaces are worn, they are to be inside of the shirt at all times. • Boys are allowed to wear only 1 earring in either ear of their choice. Boys who have both earholes pierced and put earrings in both ears will still have to remove one earring regardless of the required timeframe required for the earring holes to heal.(Parents it is suggested that you allow your sons to have only one ear pierced as an option). HEAD COVERING (no handwritten words or symbols) • Hats, caps, sunglasses, bandanas, and other head coverings are not part of the school uniform and are not allowed at school. Cold weather hats, earmuffs, or ear warmers must be removed before entering the buildings. This applies to both girls and boys. Headbands, bows, etc. should be school colors. HAIR • Hair should be clean, well groomed, and should not contain any foreign materials such as pencils, pens, combs, etc. OTHER DRESS CODE INFORMATION ***Student attire that is a distraction to learning is prohibited. ***Students who transfer from other school districts will be given a period of five school days to comply with the ALJHS dress code ***Jeans may be worn on Friday of each week, by students who are on the honor roll, beginning with the second nine weeks ***Written guidelines for formal wear at Homecoming and Prom will be sent home with all students in grades 9-12. ALJHS students and their dates are expected to comply with the guidelines.