2014-2015 UNIFORM POLICY
Pants and Shorts
Solid navy blue shorts or slacks. Shorts should be no more than 2 inches above or below the knee. Capri pants, logos, trim, and designs are not allowed. No pockets below the hip (no cargo/hiking shorts). Pants/shorts must be cotton twill. Denim, knits, and corduroy are not allowed.
Shirts may be solid red, white or navy blue and should be cotton knit. Shirts must have a collar or turtle neck. Girls may also wear button-up cotton blouses with a rounded collar under the jumpers only. Logos, piping or trim are not allowed. All buttons must be buttoned with the exception of the top button, and shirts must be tucked in at all times. Shirts may not have pockets.
Skorts, Skirts and Jumpers
Skorts, skirts and jumpers may be solid navy or Williams Magnet plaid; they must be no more than 2 inches above or below the knee. Jumpers should have a drop waist and a rounded neckline. They must be sleeveless and worn with a solid white, red or navy blue collared shirt. V-neck jumpers, knit, corduroy or denim are not allowed. Shorts, tights or leggings must be worn under skirts and jumpers and length must be to ankle under socks.
Shoes and Socks
Socks, leggings and tights must be solid red, white or navy and absent of logos or stripes. Socks must be visible over the top of the shoe. Acceptable shoes include sneakers and rubber-soled shoes with closed heels and toes. Students may wear rain boots on rainy days. Skeletoes, high heels, flip flops, heelys, and crocs are not appropriate. (High-top tennis shoes are OK.)
A belt must be worn if there are belt loops on pants, shorts, skirts, or skorts. Belts must be solid in color. Sweaters may be worn inside the classroom if they are solid red, navy blue or white cardigan style. Headbands and bows should follow the LRSD policy. Fashion-colored hair pieces or feathers are not allowed. LRSD policy will be enforced if accessories disrupt the learning process. Caps, visors, sunglasses, etc. are not to be worn inside the building.
Coats and jackets cannot be worn in the classroom.
Williams Magnet Logo Clothing
Williams Magnet logo PE shirts, spirit shirts, red sweatshirts and navy hooded sweatshirts are available for purchase from the PTA. Sweatshirts and PE shirts are also available from School Days Uniforms or at The Toggery. Sweatshirts must be worn over a navy blue, red or white collared shirt or turtleneck. Williams logo items are the only sweatshirts and hooded sweatshirts allowed. These may both be worn in the classroom. Hoods are to be worn outside the building only. Spirit shirts and Accelerated Reader (AR) shirts may be worn only on Fridays.
Students in grades 1-5 should wear a white polo shirt with the Williams logo, red cotton knit shorts or uniform shorts and rubber-soled sports shoes on the day they have PE class. Shorts should be no more than 2 inches above the knee and should be loose fitting. Red knit shorts are to be worn only during PE class and should be worn under shorts, slacks or girls’ jumpers or skirts for the remainder of the school day. Students will have the option to change into uniform during the PE block. PE shirts and shorts are available for purchase throughout the school year from the PTA. White leggings or tights may be worn under the red shorts in cold weather. Please clearly label all articles of clothing with student’s first and last name.
Fridays are designated as Spirit Days. Students may wear a school spirit shirt with their uniform bottoms.
Casual for Cause Days
Students may wear jeans, sweat pants, dresses or the designated theme for the cause. Casual days will be in compliance with the LRSD dress code policy. Spaghetti straps, tank tops and bare shoulders are not allowed. Clothing should not have offensive graphics or words. Shoes should be appropriate for the school playground. Flip flops, open-toe shoes, high heels and sandals are not allowed. The fourth Friday of the month will be designated as Casual for Cause Friday.
Dress Code Violations
First offense in a 9-week Period
Parent is required to bring approved uniform clothing to school, or the student may get appropriate clothing from the school nurse if available. Parent will receive written notification and must sign and return this document.
Second offense in a 9-week Period
Parent is required to bring approved uniform clothing to school or the student may get appropriate clothing from the school nurse if available. Parent will receive written notification and must sign and return this document. Student will not be allowed to participate in the next designated casual day.
Third offense in a 9-week Period
Parent is required to bring approved uniform clothing to school or the student may get appropriate clothing from the school nurse if available. Parent will receive written notification and must sign and return this document. Continual dress code violations may affect citizenship grade.