Parents, please review the Pembroke Pines Charter uniform policy:
Proactive Discipline Plan:
All students must be in uniform each day. Navy blue bottoms, appropriate uniform shirt as well as uniform sweater and/or jacket. Solid navy blue jacket/sweater may be used.
Please remember to put your child’s name on all sweaters, jackets and sweatshirts.
Uniforms can be purchased from Planet T.
Flamingo Falls Shopping Center
2214 N. Flamingo Road
Pembroke Pines, FL 33028
• Dress appropriately for school by following the uniform dress code:
- A black or brown belt must be worn at all times if belt loops are present.
- Students should wear approved pleated navy blue shorts or pants. Also, girls may wear a navy blue wrapped skort. Jumpers are not allowed.
- Shoes must be worn at all times. For safety reasons, “zoris”, flips-flops, thronged sandals, clogs, bedroom slippers, or any other type of backless shoes cannot be worn.
- All shirts must be tucked in at all times while on campus.
- Only uniformed jackets/vests/sweaters may be worn to school. If it is not a uniform item, it must be removed once the student enters the building. Students may wear a plain (no logo, writing or pictures), navy blue jacket/vest/sweater in lieu of the uniform jacket/vest/sweater. All jackets/vests/sweaters should have first and last name on each item so they may be returned if misplaced.
- A short or long sleeve polo with the Pembroke Pines Charter Elementary School logo embroidered in any of the following colors is allowed: navy blue, light blue, hunter green, or white.
- All students must wear one of our approved uniform outfits.
- Uniforms must be worn at all times. Girl Scout, etc. uniforms may not be worn in school. If a student has a meeting right after school, he/she may change at the end of the day.
- Spirit shirts may only be worn on the last day of the week.
- No bleached hair (green, orange, purple, etc.) will be allowed.
- Hairstyles that are a disruption to the learning environment (for example: Mohawks & Fohawks) are not allowed.
- Not wear head coverings including, but not limited to, caps and hats, unless they are necessary for safety in certain classes, health or religious reasons.
- All students must agree to the mandatory uniform policy.
Written By: ppcs\cvasquez
Date Posted: 1/3/2014
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