• Centennial Elementary School Student Dress Code

     

    The centennial Elementary School uniform dress code is aligned with the Weld County School District 6 dress code. We believe that a school uniform helps keep all students focused on learning and helps keep them safe. Centennial administrators reserve the right to amend any of the rules listed below if it is felt that a student's appearance interrupts instruction or interferes with a student's feeling of safety at our school. 

     

    Centennial Student Dress Code Expectations 

     

    Shirts: 

    Centennial students are expected to wear white, gray, black, or yellow short or long sleeved polo or button down shirts with a collar. Shirts that do not have sleeves or bear the midriff may not be worn. 

     

    Pants, Shorts, Skirts: 

    Centennial students are expected to wear pants (slacks), skorts, jumpers, skirts and/or shorts in dark blue, black, or khaki (tan). Jeans and denim material are not allowed even when they conform to the uniform colors. Please refrain from wearing sweat pants or workout shorts. Shorts, skirts, jumpers, and skorts should be within 1" of the kneww. Baggy/saggy pants will not be allowed. 

     

    Shoes: 

    Shoes must be closed toed (no sandals). Shoe laces must be tied at all times. Laces should not be tucked in the shoe. 

     

    Other Considerations: 

    Clothing with slogans or pictures advertisign drugs, alcohol, sexually inappropriate statements or gang symbols will not be allowed in the school or on the school campus. Stripes, logos, words, pictures, designs, and/or brand names on shirts or pants are not permitted. 

    Students will be asked to remove their coats, jackets, sweatshirts, hoodies, etc. while in the building. 

    Hats, caps, and handkerchiefs should be removed upon entry of school by both male and female students. 

    Belts should be worn in an appropriate size and length. 

    Clothing should completely cover any and all undergarments. Undergarments should not be a color that can be seen through the uniform shirts. 

    Parents may purchase clothing wherever they wish (i.e. uniform store, local business, etc.). Clothes purchased must follow the uniform dress code requirements. 

    Students' hair should be a natural color - please no red or blue hair. Symbols or designs cut into hair are not allowed.