Student Dress Code
Slacks and Pants
Color: All slacks and pants must be a solid color: Khaki, navy blue, or black
Style: Slacks and pants can be pleated or flat front, full length, appropriately fastened at the waist. Pants with loops require belts.
Material: Cotton, canvas, corduroy, linen, polyester, or twill. No sweatpants!!
Shirts and blouses must have button down collars or have straight collars. Turtlenecks and polo styles are permitted. All tops must be worn tucked inside pants, slacks or skirts.
Color: All students PK-5 shall wear white or red shirts.
Style: Long or short sleeves with a collar required. Turtlenecks and polo styles are permitted.
Logos: Manufacture trademarks, if any, must be one inch or less. DISD school logo’s are permitted and are not limited in size.
Undershirts: Must be white.
Skirts and Jumpers
Color: Khaki, navy blue and black, in a solid, single color.
Style: Skirts must be at least knee length and shorts must be worn under the skirts or dresses.
Shorts and Capri’s
Color: Khaki, navy blue, or black, in a solid, single color
Style: Must be at least knee length
Jackets, Cardigans, and Sweaters
Color: Must match an accepted uniform color
Style: All must be worn over a collared shirt, turtleneck or polo style top. Jackets or sweaters cannot have hoods. No hoodies!!
Logo: DISD school logos are permitted and are not limited in size. (All DISD issued school jackets are permitted.)
Style: Athletic shoes, loafers, dress shoes, or other closed toed/closed heel shoes. Mules described as closed toed and open heel are appropriate.
Inappropriate attire and grooming
Blue jeans (with exception to casual days and college attire days), low cut pants, low rise pants, sagging slacks or pants, sweat pants, sweat shirts, hats, caps, bandanas, hair rollers, hair curlers, plastic hair bags, hair nets, sweat bands, skull caps, and other similar clothing or grooming items shall not be worn at school. Inappropriate insignia on outerwear is prohibited. Students may not wear clothing that is either revealing or provocative. Students are prohibited from wearing attire that may be considered weapons, such as chain belts, wallet chains, or other similar attire. Whether or not a student is dressed appropriately or properly groomed shall be left to the discretion of the principal or their designee. Student complaints regarding appropriate attire and grooming for religious and/or philosophical reasons shall follow the complaint procedures outlined in FNCA(REGULATION). For enforcement purposes, headwear worn as legitimate religious attire (as determined by the Board of Trustees) may be considered as an exception.
Dress Code Violations:
There are two types of dress code violations.
Level I offenses include inappropriate shirt or pants. Level I offenses require an automatic referral to the office.
Level II offenses include shirts un-tucked, belts, shoes untied, or other grooming restrictions. These offenses must be handled by the classroom teacher by following classroom management procedures.