|Uniform Policy Revised|
|Wednesday, 20 June 2012 00:06|
Uniform Policy Revised
At it's June meeting, the Governing Board of the Mohave Valley Elementary School District voted to amend the existing school uniform policy and dress code to allow the wearing of blue denim pants (blue jeans) in addition to the already required khaki colored bottoms. No other changes to the uniform policy/dress code were made, including the requirement for students to wear the school specific polo shirt.
"Basically, this new addition simply means students can add blue jeans to their school wardrobe" commented school board clerk Lisa Fulton. "We heard many complaints of parents not being able to find khaki-colored bottoms in the right sizes, and believe this dress code modification will ease that difficulty while maintaining a uniform dress code" added Fulton following the board meeting.
Superintendent Whitney Crow noted that only blue denim will be allowed. "All other general dress code requirements will remain in place" commented Crow, including the guidelines for length of shorts/skorts, as well as the fact that torn, ripped, shredded, and/or holey are not permitted.
These changes apply to all schools within the district. To view the full dress code, follow the links to visit the district-wide handbook for the elementary schools or the junior high.