Uniform Code

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2019-20 Uniform Guidelines

St. Francis continues to nurture and educate its students in faith, academics, and service to others.  We also encourage students to appreciate and respect their uniform. Fostering improved self-image and modesty, school unity, and a “dress-for-success” attitude, the uniform helps to support our mission.

Boys and girls adhere to a dress code designed to distinguish themselves by their accomplishments rather than by their appearance. The uniform policy also strives to eliminate label competition, while offering a simplified economic selection of uniform items.

The following vendors are approved for adding the school logo to uniform items.  New for 2019-20, we have added two local vendors, Embroidery Geek and Blue and Gold Graphics, to the approved list.  As a result, the school will no longer be collecting items to be sent out as we have in the past. By adding these local approved vendors, you will be able to have items logoed at your convenience, as you need them. 

Or purchase your items elsewhere and have them logoed locally:

2019-20 Uniform Policies by Grade Level

Pre-K through 5th Grade
Middle School (Grades 6-8)

 

2019-20 Special Uniform policies

Grades Pre-K through 8

On all non-uniform days, students are expected to wear modest and appropriate clothing choices that are not revealing and uphold the dress standards of St. Francis Central Catholic.

Dress Down

(Scrip, Spirit Days, Blue & Gold Days)

Dress Up

(Fall/Spring Pictures, Concerts, 8th Grade Graduation)

Middle School Advisory

MSA T-shirt
Sweats, Jeans, or Khaki Pants