White Polo Shirt
· Navy blue or black trousers
(no leggings, jeans, jeggings or sports/sweat pants)
· Navy blue or black skirts/shorts (must be at least as long as student’s
· No red or blue belts.
Outer Wear Must Be:
· Solid Navy Blue
· Solid Black
· Solid White
· Solid Gray
· Any Rancho Medanos sweatshirt
· One color, one logo: all outerwear must be one color only (navy blue, black white or gray) and may only have one (1) brand logo on it (e.g. Nike swoosh, Old Navy, etc.)
Shoes must be worn at all times. Slippers and flip-flops are not allowed. Sandals must have a heel strap.
Código de vestimenta
Parte superior del cuerpo:
Parte inferior del cuerpo:
• Pantalón azul marino o negro
(No pantalones de mezclilla, o pantalones deportivos)
• Faldas / pantalones cortos de color azul marino o negro (debe ser por lo menos
puntas de los dedos.)
• No se aceptan correas/cintos rojos ni azules.
La ropa externa como suéteres/chamarras debe ser:
• Azul marino sólido
• Negro sólido
• Blanco sólido
• Gris Sólido
• Cualquier sudadera de Rancho Medanos
• Un color, un logotipo: todas las prendas de abrigo deben ser de un solo color (azul
marino, blanco o gris) y solo pueden tener un (1) logotipo de marca (por ejemplo,
Nike swoosh, Old Navy, etc.)
Los zapatos deben ser usados en todo momento. Zapatillas y sandalias (flip-flops) no están permitidas. Las sandalias deben tener una correa del talón.
K-8 MANDATORY SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY BP 5132(b)
The governing Board believes that appropriate dress and grooming contributesto a productive learning environment. The Board recognizes that in order to promote student safety and discourage theft, peer rivalry and/or gang activity the Board may wish to establish a dress code requiring students to wear uniforms. Such a dress code shall be included as part of each school’s safety plan. The Board shall approve the plan upon determining that it is necessary to protect the health and safety of the school’s students and maintain a positive school climate. When the plan to require uniforms is adopted, the Superintendent or Designee shall establish procedures whereby parents/guardians may choose to have their children exempted from the school uniform policies. Students shall not be penalized academically, otherwise discriminated against or denied attendance to school if their parents/guardians so decide. (Education Code 35183) The school shall establish guidelines identified in the school dress code and school safety plan provisions whereby parents/guardians may choose not to have their children comply with an adopted school uniform policy which is contrary to their beliefs and/or exceptions deemed appropriate by the Principal. The Superintendent or Designee shall ensure that resources are identified to assist economically disadvantaged students in obtaining uniforms. Uniforms are generally a white collared top (i.e. polo shirts) and navy blue bottoms (i.e. pants, shorts, skirts, jumpers). No jeans. Jackets should be solid navy blue, gray or white. Each school may require more specific attire. If you have any questions, please contact your student’s school.
The Governing Board believes that appropriate dress and grooming contribute to a safe and productive learning environment. The Board expects students to give proper attention to personal cleanliness and to wear clothes that are suitable for the school activities in which they participate. Students have the right to make individual choices from a wide range of clothing and grooming styles, but they must not present a health or safety hazard or a distraction which would interfere with the educational process. Please remember when purchasing school attire that school is a learning institution, not a fashion show. The following guidelines shall apply to all regular school activities:
1. Shoes/foot coverings must be worn at all times, and must be safe and appropriate for the activities in which the student is engaged. For example, athletic shoes must be worn for PE, closed toe shoes for shop classes, etc. Sandals must have heel straps. Flip flops and slippers are not acceptable.
2. Clothing and jewelry shall be free of writing, pictures or any other insignia which are crude, vulgar, profane or sexually suggestive or which advocate racial, ethnic or religious prejudice or the use of drugs or alcohol.
3. Clothing must be worn which is appropriate for school and not a health/safety hazard or disruptive to the educational process. The following are considered inappropriate: short shorts (e.g. running-style shorts), spandex bicycle-pants, strapless tops and bare midriffs, and any other clothing that reveals underwear or excessive skin.
4. Clothing worn for P. E. participation may not be worn to other classes.
5. Hats, baseball caps, shower caps, wave caps, hairnets, bandannas and other head coverings shall not be worn indoors.
6. Hair shall be clean and neatly groomed. Rollers are not permitted.
7. Sunglasses, unless required for medical reasons, may not be worn in the classroom.
8. Gang symbols, apparel, jewelry, accessories, notebooks or manner of grooming which by virtue of their color, arrangement, trademark or any other attribute, denotes membership in gangs, advocates drug use, violence, or disruptive behavior are prohibited. Students inappropriately attired or lacking in personal cleanliness may be sent home for correction of the problem or provided with temporary garments by the school. The final judgment of appropriateness rests with school staff.
(Student Handbook page 63-64)