Dress Code

Students are required to wear a school uniform at all times while attending school, or any school-sponsored activity during the school day.

Uniforms are necessary for the safety and welfare of students and school personnel. They create an environment that supports learning by encouraging a sense of pride and belonging, where student individuality is expressed through personality and achievement.

All staff members are required to enforce the dress code. The administration/designee will be the final judge as to whether a student’s clothing meets policy requirements.

Pants/Bottom Attire
  • Must be khaki, tan, grey, white, navy blue, or black slacks, shorts, skirts, skorts or jumpers, or plain blue or black denim jeans, shorts, skirts, skorts, or jumpers.
  • A small trademark logo is acceptable.
  • Bottom attire must be plain without any holes, tears, or unfinished hems, and must be worn securely at the waist.
  • If bottom attire has visible belt loops, a belt must be used. Students in grades K–3 are exempt from this requirement.
  • Shirts must be standard short or long-sleeved polo style, oxford style, or button-up dress shirt with a collar.
  • A small trademark logo is acceptable.
  • K–8 schools may wear district colors white, black, or grey, and choose up to two additional standard school colors. Bunnell Elementary School colors are green and blue, in any shade.
  • Shirts must be a solid color and fabric. No lace or sheer materials, including “cut outs”.
  • On designated school Spirit Days or special events, students may wear their school logo t-shirt.
  • Footwear that is a safety hazard will not be allowed (ie: footwear with wheels, heels or slippers.)
  • K–6 grade students must wear enclosed shoes or athletic shoes

Clothing and styles considered hazardous to health and/or safety are not allowed.

For the complete dress code policy, please view the Flagler Schools Elementary Code of Conduct.