39085 NW Harrington Rd. Banks, OR 97106 503-324-2182
Parents and students have primary responsibility for personal appearance. The principal is responsible for interpretation and maintenance of the uniform policy. Students who are not in uniform will call home and will be given a dress code referral. Three or more dress code referrals per month may result in an after school detention.
Polo Shirt: Button-style with collar and long enough to be tucked in. Cotton or cotton/poly; long or short sleeves. Solid color with no logo, except St. Francis School logo. Colors: red, white, navy blue, light blue
Turtleneck: Long sleeves only, same colors as the polo shirt. Solid color with no logo
Pants / Walking Shorts: Dockers style only—-NO CARGO pants or shorts. Shorts need to be no more than 3” above the kneecap. Colors: navy blue or khaki twill
Sweatshirt: Only school Sweatshirt. Crew neck, quarter zip, or fullzip, NO HOOD
Sweater: Cardigan, V-neck sweater, or sweater vest. Colors: red, white, navy blue
Jumper , Skort, orSkirt (pleated or A-line) or khaki twill.Marymount plaid can be purchased from Dennis Uniform Company or St. Francis School. Hem-lines must be no more than 3 inches above the kneecap. Colors: Marymount plaid, solid navy blue,
Blouse: Button-up style with collar and long enough to be tucked in. Cotton or cotton/poly; long or short sleeves. Solid color with no logo.Colors: plain white blouse
Belts (Optional) (black or brown)
Shoes: Solid colors – white, black, brown, gray, or navy blue. No boots, flip-flops, slip-on flats, clogs, sandals without straps, or any heeled shoe.
Socks: Must be visible above the shoe line and must be worn at all times. Solid Colors: red, white, or navy blue. Only 7th & 8th are allowed to wear anklets or ankle socks.
Tights: Should be worn with skirts & jumpers. Solid Colors: red, white, or navy blue.
Headgear: No baseball caps, hats, bandanas, scarves inside the school. Headbands need to be a solid color: red, white, navy blue orMarymount Plaid. No flowers or any type of decoration on the headbands.
Jewelry: Conservative; studded pierced earrings—NO hoops or dangling. No bracelets or necklaces.
Makeup: Only 7th & 8th grade girls are allowed to wear makeup. It must be subtle. Only 7th & 8th grade girls are allowed to wear nail polish, lip gloss, or lipstick. No tattoos- rub on or commercial, K-8. Chapstick needs to be put in the office for medical use.
All students are required to keep their shirts tucked in at all times.
All clothing must fit appropriately: No baggy pants or shorts.Pant length stops atthe ankle, not the bottom of the shoe or touching the floor.
All clothing must be in good repair (without holes, etc.)
Pants and shorts may be worn all year. Capris must be approved by the principal.
No logo on clothing purchased at local stores. Marymount plaid is available only through Dennis Uniform Company.
No long sleeve shirts under short sleeved shirts or tank tops visible under polo shirts.
Free dress days will be on the last Thursday of each month as shown on the monthly calendar.
Clothes NOT allowed on free dress days:
Midriff blouses, tank tops, spaghetti straps
Athletic sweats or nylon P.E. shorts
Bike shorts, leggings and spandex
Clothing advertising rock bands, sex, drugs, alcohol, violence, skulls or symbols with inappropriate language
Baggy or dragging pant legs
Short skorts, skirts, or shorts that are more than 3” above the knee
Clothes with holes or in disrepair.
K-2 students need to send an extra pair of clothes for emergency use.
Grades 5-8 need to have a set of P.E. clothes at school for use in P.E. classes.
ALL students, K-8, need a pair of gym shoes for P.E. classes.
Uniforms are required for K-8. Uniforms are not required for preschool.
In the interest of keeping uniforms as affordable as possible, uniform pants, skirts, shorts etc. may be purchased through any of the following: Dennis Uniform Company, Land’s End, Back on the Rack, Old Navy, GAP, Sears, J.C. Penny, Target or any store as long as the policy is followed.