Students in grades 1-8 wear St. Gabriel School Uniform in school every day.
GIRLS: Navy Blue basic-A-Line Jumper
(not more than 1” above mid-knee, or at the top of the knee.)
White blouse with “Peter Pan”(round) collar
Navy Blue knee socks or Navy Blue tights/hose
Navy Blue/Black tie shoe/NO SNEAKERS
BOYS: Navy Blue pants held above the hips with a dark belt/ NO CARGO PANTS
White golf shirt WITH LOGO (shirts must be tucked inside pants at waist)
Navy or White socks
Black tie shoe/ NO SNEAKERS
PRE-K AND KDG Children: wear the P.E. uniform as their daily uniform. In the warm weather, it is navy blue shorts and tee shirts. In cold weather, it is navy blue sweat pants and shirt with logo. Sneakers may be tied or velcro.
ALL Students: Navy Blue sweatshirt with our school logo is worn in the classroom in cold weather (no other outer apparel may be worn over the school uniform in class).
Navy Blue Gym Uniform with school logo is worn to school only on the day a student has Physical Education Class (PRE-K-8).
COLD WEATHER WARM WEATHER
Navy blue sweat suit Navy blue tee shirt/shorts
(logo on shirt/pants) (logo on shirt/shorts)
The school uniform is available at Cramers Kids, Edie’s and BoysTown-GirlsTown. The Gym uniform with school logo must be purchased at one of the above stores. PRE-K and KDG children use the gym uniform as their daily uniform.
Any additions to the school uniform or specifics of the school uniform are not allowed.
SPECIFICS OF THE UNIFORM POLICY:
Jewelry in general may not be worn. Only a simple, religious medal or cross and small post earrings (for girls) are allowed. Boys may not wear earrings to school.
No make-up, colored nail polish, long nails, or artificial nails and tattoos are allowed. Tattoos on the arms, legs or anyplace that is visible are inappropriate and are not permitted.
Hair is to be neatly groomed (boys’ hair trimmed above the collar: girl’s and boys’ hair away from the eyes), with no exotic colors, dyed hair, styles, spikes, tails, etc.
Hats/caps may not be worn, carried, or hung from a belt in the classroom or school building.
Parents are asked to cooperate with the school in its enforcement of the uniform policy.