School Uniform Policy
McCrorey-Liston School of Technology
McCrorey-Liston School of Technology is a uniform school. This is a contributing factor to having a quality learning environment for all students in our school. School uniforms are an inexpensive way to clothe children, make the morning routine much easier, and put the focus on learning and academic success.
The school administration may give permission for students to dress outside the parameters of the dress code guidelines on planned occasions, such as Spirit Day, Incentive Days, Club Day etc.
Students attending the McCrorey-Liston School of Technology are required to wear a school uniform consisting of the following:
- Pants (boys and girls)---solid khaki
- Shorts (boys and girls)---solid khaki
- Skirts or skorts (girls only)---solid khaki
- Jumper dress (girls only)---solid khaki
- Oxford or polo style shirt (long sleeve or short sleeve)---orange or black
- Shoes---the predominant color of the shoe/sneaker must be white, black or brown
- Socks---solid white
- Girls’ tights---solid white
- Belt---solid black or brown
- Students are also expected to adhere to the following dress code requirements:
- Pants are worn on the waist with no sagging or oversized styles. Pants have no more than two rear pockets, each no bigger than 7”x7” and located than 4” below the waistband.
- Shorts, skirts or skorts are no longer than where a student’s fingertips reach when arms are held at his or her side.
- Shirts have a collar.
- Sold white thermals (no logos) may be worn under shirts.
- Undershirts are white with no logos.
- Shoe laces are the same solid color as the shoe.
- Shoes have closed toes and closed backs. Backless, boots, ¾ top, or flip-flops are not allowed.
- Socks cover the ankle.
- Belts and belt buckles are plain. Decorative designs on belts and oversized belt buckles are not allowed.
- Head coverings and scarves are not worn in the building, unless required for safety in specific programs or bonafide religious or medical reasons.
Parents please help us to teach our students to follow the rules by ensuring that students wear the appropriate uniform to school each day.