St. Thomas the Apostle School Uniform

St. Thomas the Apostle School requires that students follow a specific Uniform Dress Code. Compliance to the Uniform Dress Code is a condition of enrollment at St. Thomas the Apostle School. The school uniform is utilitarian and basic. As a Catholic school, St. Thomas promotes modesty in dress and appearance. All school clothing is to be clean and free of holes, frays, tears, or tatters. School clothing is gender appropriate. Sources of school apparel may be found at a variety of vendors.

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Following the Uniform Dress Code is a condition of enrollment.  Violations of the dress code are treated as willful acts of disobedience. 

The following steps are included in the dress code violations procedure:

1st offense: Infraction discussed with student.  Parents are notified. Families will have one week to purchase clothing if needed.

2nd offense: Infraction discussed with student.  Dress Code Violation form completed and sent home for parent signature.

3rd offense: Infraction discussed with student.  Dress Code Violation form completed and sent home for parent signature.  

4th offense: Infraction discussed with student.  Dress Code Violation form completed and sent home for parent signature.  

If student receives a 5th offense, parent and student will meet with administration.

At the beginning of each quarter, the student starts with a clean slate. 

The school administration and teaching staff have the final determination as to the appropriateness of clothing and/or other regulations listed under the Uniform Dress Code. If necessary, parents may be called to bring in appropriate clothing.  Questions about the dress code should be directed to the classroom teacher or Assistant Principal.