Each year, Dallas ISD’s Uniform Assistance Program, administered by the Office of Family and Community Engagement, provides free uniforms to students in prekindergarten through eighth grade whose families meet the district’s economically disadvantaged guidelines, according to board policy. An average of 13,000 students benefit each year from the Uniform Assistance Program.
Parents and legal guardians must request one free uniform at their children’s schools by filling out the Uniform Assistance Program Application as well as the district’s Socioeconomic Information Form if needed. Each child who meets the guidelines can receive one free uniform per school year. The free uniform consists of a top (white) and bottom (khaki, navy blue, or black).
The program runs from August to March every school year; during that time the application can be turned in to the uniform coordinator at each campus. This designated staff member places the orders and distributes the uniforms once they are received at the school.
For any questions about the Uniform Assistance Program, contact your campus or send an e-mail to email@example.com.