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Students are required to wear a school uniform at all times while attending school or any school-sponsored activity. A higher standard of dress encourages greater respect for and results in a higher standard of behavior. All staff members are required to enforce the dress code. The administration/designee will be the final judge whether or not a student’s clothing meets policy. It is the responsibility of the parents/ guardians to advise their children of the appropriate dress in accordance with the Flagler Public School Dress Code Policy. Imagine School at Town Center reserves the right to interpret these guidelines and/or make changes during the school year. This is supported and also stated in our approved charter. Therefore, Imagine School at Town Center enforces a mandatory uniform policy for all students. To ensure continuity all uniform tops must be purchased through the school’s authorized provider:
Ross Marine / U Name It 10 Hargrove Grade Palm Coast, FL 32137
All shirts must be tucked in front and back. Shirts during dress down days other than collared or tee-shirts must be at least three fingers wide at the shoulder. For cooler weather black, navy blue, grey or white long sleeve shirts may be worn underneath the uniform. Students in grades 6-8 are required to wear their PBIS School IDs at all times. The students’ ID must be worn above his/her waist and be visible at all times. Furthermore, the ID should not be altered in anyway.
All bottoms (pants, shorts, or skorts) must be Khaki or Navy for K-5 students and Khaki, Navy, or Black for 6-8 students. Bottoms must be purchased in the uniform section of department stores. All bottoms shorts/ skorts/skirts must not be shorter than fingertip length. Students may wear leggings or tights in colder weather ONLY underneath their shorts /skorts / skirts and should be the same color as the socks. 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 and a solid color. Athletic type bottom attire such as mesh shorts, spandex pants, or sweatpants would not be considered appropriate for the uniform dress code policy.
Socks and Tights:
Students may wear knee socks or tights in plain navy, tan, black, or white only.
Hair must be neat and clean. No hats/ hoods or bandanas shall be worn indoors.
Any jewelry or accessory that presents a safety or health hazard, or causes a major disruption to the educational process is not allowed.
Students must wear closed toed shoes at all times. No heavy military type boots, shoes with metal tips or steel toes may be worn. No wheels in shoes are permitted. Tennis shoes required for participation in physical education.
Students are permitted to wear the approved gray, navy or red Imagine hoody and/or the approved logo jacket, (available at Ross Marine / U Name It). During colder weather, any heavy winter coat may be worn but MUST be removed upon entering the building. K- 8 Students may wear a plain navy, red, black white or grey sweatshirt.
Friday Spirit Day:
Students may wear any Imagine T-shirt or Imagine sponsored club shirt with a uniform bottom. All spirit days are free of charge.
Book Bags, Folders and Personal Items:
Book bags, backpacks, folders or any other personal items must not display obscene words, gang signs or any other item that would be deemed inappropriate, offensive or reflect negatively on ISTC. Rolling backpacks are not allowed.
The following general rules apply to dress code:
A. No undergarments are to be seen at any time.
B. Wearing apparel which tends to identify association with secret societies or gangs as prohibited in Florida Statutes is not allowed.
C. No sunglasses can be worn inside buildings.
D. All chains and jewelry that hang outside clothing are not allowed.
E. Head coverings (bandanas, sweatbands, and du-rags, etc.) will not be allowed.
Improper Uniform Disciplinary Actions
1st Infraction –Parent contact
2nd Infraction – Student conference, Jupiter notation
3rd Infraction – K -8 Lunch Detention
4th Infraction – Work Duty/ In School Suspension
5th Infraction – Saturday School (repeat