It’s Elementary – dress code & supplies

Jennie Caperton, Elementary Schools nurse, provides weekly news and tips for helping children at home.

Fair Elementary’s 2014-2015 school year will begin soon. Open House

will be held on August 4th, 2014 from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. August 5th, 2014 will be the first day of class for students in grades K-5 thru Second. On August 4th at 5:00 p.m., there will be a mandatory meeting for Pre-K parents. August 7th is the first day of class for all Pre-K students. School will be in session from 7:50 a.m. until 2:40 p.m.

Uniform Dress Code :
Louisville Municipal School District students must wear clothing that is comfortable, clean, in good repair, and school appropriate. Clothing and other items that students wear to school must not disrupt the educational process nor create any form of school disturbance.
By action of the Louisville Municipal School Board, the following clothing and accessory requirements must be met beginning the school year 2014-2015.
Tops
Tops will consist of collared, polo style shirts and Oxford style shirts.
Color of polo shirts will be white or gray (all schools), maroon, (Louisville and Nanih Waiya), and red (Noxapater). All must be solid colors.
No denim material is allowed.
No sleeveless tops are allowed.
No tops with holes, cuts, or tears will be permitted.
Tops must be of proper length to be neatly tucked into bottoms. All tops must be neatly tucked into bottoms at all times.
Proper under clothing must be worn under tops. (If an undershirt is to be worn, the undershirt must be white, black, gray or school colors).
Only solid colored white, black, gray (all schools), maroon, (Louisville and Nanih Waiya), and red (Noxapater) pullover or cardigan sweaters are allowed. Sweaters must be worn over a collared shirt.
Only solid colored white, black, gray (all schools), maroon, (Louisville and Nanih Waiya), and red (Noxapater) sweatshirts are allowed.
Bottoms
Bottoms will consist of trouser style, cotton twill/polyester blend long pants or shorts. Females may also wear cotton twill/polyester skirts, skorts, or Capri pants.
No denim material is allowed.
All bottoms must be hemmed.
Belts must be worn with skirts, skorts and capris if belt loops are present on the skirts, skorts, or capris.
All bottoms must fit to the waist with absolutely no sagging.
Shorts, skirts, and skorts must not be shorter than 3 inches above the bend of the knee, but the skorts and skirts can be longer than knee length.
Color of bottoms will be solid khaki or solid black.
No bottoms with holes, cuts, or tears will be allowed.
No baggy, saggy, low-rider, hip-hugger, flood, skin-tight, stretch, or over-length styles will be allowed.
Accessories
Brown or black belts of appropriate length must be worn with pants and shorts, and the belt must be tucked through the belt loops.
Socks will be black, tan, gray, or white in color only.
Belt buckles should be plain and small. Buckles should not be over sized.
Females may also wear leotards or stockings. Leotards or stockings will be solid black, tan, gray, maroon or white in color only. No fish-net or colored design stockings.
No body pierced jewelry, except for earrings in the ear for females only, will be allowed.
No hats, hoods, bandannas, visors, sunglasses, hair curlers, or other headwear is allowed.
No spiked accessories or chains (including those attached to wallets or belt loops) are allowed.
Shoe Requirements
Shoes must be worn. Shoestrings and shoe straps must be attached and worn properly.
No house slippers, shower shoes, or skate shoes may be worn.
Heels may not be higher than one inch.
No platform shoes may be worn.
No lights are allowed on shoes.
Coat Requirements
Coats and jackets will be approved unless it has a negative graphic or advertisement.
School jackets from home school ONLY may be worn.

School Supply Lists for Fair Elementary:
Pre-K:
1- book bag
1- kinder mat
1- pack of 2 JUMBO pencils
2- boxes of 8-count JUMBO Crayola crayons
2- 8 oz. Bottles of Elmer’s glue
Kindergarten:
1- book bag
1- kinder mat
2- pocket folders with brads (plastic only)
2- packs of #2 “Ticonderogabrand“ pencil
6- boxes of 8-count Crayola crayons (regular size)
2- primary pencil tablets (5/8 inch)
1- 70 count spiral notebook (wide-ruled)
1- pack jumbo pink pearl erasers
1- hand sanitizer
First Grade:
1- book bag
3- Mead tablets 5/8” guidelines (red or blue top)
3- one-subject notebooks (wide-ruled)
3- pocket folders with brads (plastic only)
5- packs of #2 pencils
4- boxes of 8-count Crayola crayons
2- 8 oz. Bottles of Elmer’s glue
1- pack of cap erasers
1- box Ziploc sandwich bags
Second Grade:
1- book bag
2- composition notebooks (wide-ruled)
2- large packs of loose-leaf paper (wide ruled)
4- pocket folders with brads (plastic only)
3- packs of #2 pencils
4- boxes of 24-count Crayola crayons
1- 8 oz. bottle of Elmer’s glue
1- pencil zipper pouch (no school boxes)
2- pack jumbo pink pearl erasers
1- hand sanitizer