Uniform Dress Code

NFMAA Dress Code for 2022-2023

Students at NFMAA should abide by the Lee School District’s policy as outlined in the Code of Conduct, in addition to the more specific dress code designed especially for our school.  Personal appearance will not detract from the educational process.  The purpose of the dress code is to encourage students to focus on the learning process without the distractions of unsuitable dress and grooming.  Students will maintain a clean, orderly appearance at all times.

 

PE Attire

 

Tennis shoes and socks are required for physical education classes. 

 

Caps, hats, and / or sunglasses may be worn for PE classes

 

Sunscreen can be worn, but must be applied at home

 

Students that do not wear appropriate shoes on PE days will sit out for that day

 

   




Per the School District of Lee County:

            Failure to comply with dress code requirements and schools with uniform

           policies will have the following consequences:

          First: warning, minor infraction in Focus

          Second: phone call home, minor infraction in Focus, loss of eligibility for participation in extracurricular activities for a maximum of 5 days

          Third: phone call home, minor infraction in Focus, loss of eligibility for

participation in extracurricular activities for a maximum of 30 days

          Fourth: referral in Focus, parent notified for change of clothes, and attendance in Saturday school

          Fifth: administrative hearing

TOPS 

polo style collared shirts, long or short sleeved, in plain, solid colors - red, navy blue, white, hunter green, or gray only.  

   

NFMAA school logo & Arts logo Polo shirts, as well as NFMAA t-shirts, purchased from NFMAA.

 

Club and activity shirts may only be worn on Friday’s, must be purchased or received from NFMAA. T-shirts from other schools, clubs/activities outside of school, are not permitted

 

All shirts are recommended to be tucked in at the waist during the entire school day.

 

All shirts worn beneath uniform shirts must be school colors.

 

   



BOTTOMS

 

Uniform pants, shorts, skirts, skorts or jumpers must be navy blue or khakis only

 

skirts, skorts, shorts must be adequate in coverage and length - no more than 2 inches above the knee

 

all bottoms must be worn at the natural waistline and must fit properly - not overly tight or baggy.  “Skinny Jean” style uniform bottoms are not permitted. No hip hugger or low rider styles permitted, no rolling up of shorts / pants.

 

Tights / leggings under dress and or skirt must be uniform color (white, red, navy, gray) and of solid color

 

Following are not permitted: denim jeans (or jean-like), cargo, carpenter, painter, corduroy, spandex, yoga pants, pajama bottoms, sweatpants, jeans with holes/shreds

 

   

SHOES

 

Sneakers or other “enclosed” style shoes must be worn at all times.

 

Following are not permitted: open toed shoes, open heels, extreme heels, flip-flops, bedroom slippers, shoes with wheels, crocs, slides, or any footwear considered unsafe



JACKETS / COLD WEATHER WEAR

 

Jackets and sweaters are permitted; however, they must be left open during school hours (red, navy blue, white or gray preferred colors.

 

All jackets and sweaters must be appropriate in length and hang at the waist.  They cannot be tied around the waist or draped over shoulders. No long trench coats permitted

 

The Following are not permitted at any time: hoodies

 

NFMAA jackets or sweatshirts purchased from school may be worn

 




HEADWEAR / HAIR

 

Hats, hoods, caps, bandanas, grooming combs, headgear, or sunglasses may not be worn during the school day.

 

Hats or sunglasses may be worn for sun protection during outdoor PE time or other authorized outdoor activities.

 

Following are not permitted: extreme hairstyles or hair colors that are distracting or disruptive to the learning environment, mohawks, faux-hawks, shaved designs or unnatural hair colors (pink, blue, red, etc)

  



MISCELLANEOUS

 

Articles of clothing, jewelry, accessories (fanny packs), or adornments that could cause injury and / or a distraction (chains, bracelets, rings, chokers with or without spikes, or studs are not permitted.

 

Apparel, bandanas, emblems, insignias, badges, or symbols that promote the use of alcohol, drugs, tobacco, illegal, or gang related activities are not permitted at any time while on school property.

 

Adornments, either attached or pierced to exposed body parts other than ears are not permitted.  Examples of prohibited adornments include, but are not limited to objects attached or pierced to the tongue, nose, eyebrows, cheeks, and/or lips.

 

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