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Dress Code

Leland Dress Code

The Leland School Uniform is comprised of a white, light blue, or navy polo-style or collared shirt and blue pants, shorts, jumpers, or sports. In addition school approved logo and spirit t-shirts can be worn. Students must wear socks and closed-toed shoes at all times. Failure to follow the uniform policy will result in a referral to the office to change to the appropriate clothing. The school will assist in providing uniforms for students who have financial difficulties. There will be no uniform wavers issued to students unless an 'opt-out' is on file in the Main Office.


Uniform Information

Tops/Shirts Suggestions


  • Solid white, navy, or light blue
  • Collar shirt or blouse
  • Polo shirt
  • Short or long sleeves
  • School logo & spirit wear
  • Numbers, letters, logos, or pictures
  • Sleeveless, tank-tops, spaghetti straps
  • Undershirts
  • Midriff, mesh or see-through, low-cut

Pants/Shorts Skirts/Jumpers Suggestions



  • Solid navy blue, no jeans
  • Long pant, short, capri, skirt, short, or jumber
  • Waist must fit properly
  • Hemmed or cuffed
  • Shorts shorter than mid-thigh
  • Pants that are baggy, oversized, sagging
  • Torn, holes, or cut Seams
  • Sweatpants or pajamas
  • Shoes: Open-toed shoes, sandals, shoes with no back, shoes with wheels
  • Earrings: No hoops, dangles, or spikes



Leland School will enforce the School Uniform and Dress Code Policy in order to reduce bullying, enhance school safety, improve the learning environment, bridge socioeconomic differences between children, promote good behavior, improve children's self-respect and esteem, and produce cost savings for families.