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Uniforms:

There are some new items for the 2015-16 school year that can be purchased through SchoolBelles......use link below.
http://www.schoolbelles.com/myschool/M37/S0743 --Button to link to Schoolbells is below also.
 
 
Beginning with the kindergarten class of 1988-89, uniforms became mandatory at St. Michael School. Every child in kindergarten through Grade 8 must wear the uniform. Uniforms promote school pride and identify the child as a Saint Michael student. Uniforms are economical and well made, and can be traded  when outgrown by your child. Uniforms eliminate clothing competition and comparison and promote student harmony. The uniform is as follows and must be purchased at Schoolbelles from Cleveland or PIttsburgh. Some items may be purchased from the J.C. Penney uniform catalog, provided they match all criteria for our school uniform. The white, navy blue and green knit uniform shirt, short or long sleeved, with no monograms or brand names on front, may be purchased wherever the parent can find the best price.
 
We currently are only housing our uniform jumpers and skirts for resale through the school. All other items can be purchased either through the SchoolBells Catalog or website, or anywhere uniforms are sold. That includes khaki  and navy pants and shorts for boys and girls, the shirts listed above and gym clothes.
 
BOYS MUST WEAR:
  • Navy blue or khaki slacks made. (Bugle-Boy, Levi’s are not permitted)
  • White dress shirt with a collar, long or short sleeve; or
  • White, forest green, or navy blue long sleeve turtleneck; or
  • White, forest green, or navy blue knit polo shirt, long or short sleeve
  • Solid color coordinated belt
  • Socks (white or color to match uniform) must be worn and must be visible. 
  • Tennis shoes or dress shoes. No footwear may be worn that presents a safety hazard for the child, such as strapless sandals and shoes with wheels.
  • No visible shirt-tails in grades 3-8. All shirts must be tucked in.
  • A belt must be worn if the shorts or slacks have belt loops.
OPTIONAL FOR BOYS:
  • If the boy chooses to wear a sweater, it must be the navy blue sweater vest, navy blue cardigan sweater, or the navy blue pullover sweater. No other sweater colors may be worn.
  • Navy blue or khaki walking shorts, that go to the knee, can be purchased from Schoolbelles, or the J.C. Penney uniform catalog in the months of August, September, October, April, May or June. Shorts may not be worn on the days students attend Church. (Usually, we attend Mass on Fridays, holy days of obligation, Ash Wednesday, and the first and last days of school.)
  • White dress shirt and necktie on special occasions (like class Mass, etc.) as directed by the teacher/school.
  • A St. Michael school sweatshirt from Schoolbelles, or a sweatshirt with Saint Michael emblem may be worn in place of a sweater. Color is hunter green. These are to be worn over the uniform shirt so that student may remove it if it gets too warm.
  • A navy blue blazer may be worn in Grades 6-8.
GIRLS MUST WEAR:
  • Plaid, navy blue or khaki jumper in K-3. Must at least touch the knee in length. Can be longer but no shorter.
  • Plaid kilt or pleated skirt, or plaid skort in Grade 4-8. Must at least touch the knee in length. Can be longer but no shorter.
  • White cotton blouse with collar, long or short sleeve: or
  • White, forest green, or navy blue long sleeve turtleneck; or
  • White, forest green, or navy blue knit polo shirt, long or short sleeve
  • Socks or hosiery must be worn. (White or solid color to match the uniform for intermediate/middle school.) Knee socks look very nice with the uniform skirt.
  • Dress shoes or tennis shoes. No stacked heels, platform style, clogs, or strapless sandals may be worn in the classroom. No footwear may be worn that presents a safety hazard for the child.
  • No visible shirt-tails in Grades 3-8. All shirts must be tucked in.
  • Belts must be worn with shorts or slacks if they have belt loops. Note: Jumpers and skirts are only available from Schoolbelles or JC Penny. Length must be to the knee or longer.
OPTIONAL FOR GIRLS:
  • Uniform navy blue or khaki slacks will be permitted during the entire school year.
  • Uniform plaid  or khaki culotte or skort from SchoolBelles. Must be to the knee in length.
  • If the girl chooses to wear a sweater, it must be the navy blue sweater vest, navy blue cardigan sweater, or the navy blue pullover sweater. No other sweater colors may be worn.
  • Navy blue or khaki walking shorts, that go to the knee, from Schoolbelles, or J.C. Penney uniform catalog in the months of August, September, October, April, May or June. Shorts may not be worn on the days students attend Church. (Usually, we attend Mass on Fridays, holy days of obligation, Ash Wednesday and the first and last day  of school.)
  • Special dresses and skirts may be worn on special occasions (like class Masses, music programs, etc.) as directed by the teacher/school. They must be modest and to the knee in length just as the uniform. If not the proper length, they should not be worn. Clothing worn must cover the entire torso. Students dressed inappropriately will not be permitted to participate in the special activity. Denim dress skirts may be worn provided they meet restrictions for length.
  • A St. Michael school sweatshirt from Schoolbelles or a sweatshirt with Saint Michael emblem may be worn in place of a sweater. Color is hunter green.
  • Students serving as lectors or cantors for regular school Masses other than their Class Mass must wear their school uniform.
  • A navy blue blazer may be worn in Grades 6-8.
SPECIAL ATTIRE
For students attending the 7th and 8th Grade Banquet and Graduation, special dress-up attire must be worn. Boys must wear dress slacks, dress shirt and tie, and dress shoes. Suits or sport coats may be worn. Girls should wear skirts or dresses (knee length) that are modest and appropriate. Strapless, backless dresses or dresses that expose the bosom or midriff may not be worn. Students are encouraged to follow standards of good taste and decency when selecting attire for these special occasions.
 
NOT PERMITTED:
  • Shoes with wheels
  • Bandanas for head/hair
  • Any nail polish other than light pink or clear
  • No make-up of any type in Grades K-6; Natural shades are permitted in Grades 7 & 8
  • Shoelaces that are untied
  • Earrings worn by male students
  • No dangling earrings for girls (small studs, hoops 1-inch in diameter or less may be worn)
  • No more than two necklaces at any one time
  • Extreme hair styles for boys or girls (Tails, mohawks, shaving of the head, shaving above the ears, tinting or bleaching hair in colors other than the natural shades of blonde, brunette or red)
  • Any shirt exposing the bosom or midriff
  • No tee shirts of any kind or any shirt with “writing” or advertising on the pocket or other areas
  • Colored tee shirts may not be worn under uniform shirts
  • No sweatpants, leggings, nylon windsuit slacks, etc. may be worn during the school day, or for special occasions, under skirts or jumpers. If worn to school in the winter for warmth, they must be removed upon arrival at school.
  • Piercing of body parts other than ears; tattoos or writing on body parts are not permitted
  • Boys: hair may not touch collar of shirt or go beyond the eyebrow line.
  • Boots worn to school in winter must be removed and may not be worn in the classroom.
When a dress code violation occurs, the teacher will issue the violation form, send it to the principal to be signed, the signed form will be mailed home to the parents. Parents are to sign it and return it to school. At the second offense, the child will receive a lunch detention. Third offense will result in an after school detention. Each succeeding dress code violation is an after school detention. Dress code violations will be erased at each grading period.

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