The Volusia County School Board has decided to allow gray pants in schools. This is addition to the colors that are already allowed, which include black, navy, and khaki. The principals can now also suspend the uniform policy one day per week if they choose to do so.
Here are the basics of the Volusia County Schools dress code:
A. Basic Standardized Clothing
- The basic uniform clothing for students in grades K-12 shall consist of a
long or short-sleeved: 1) white collared, knit polo-style shirt or 2) white
collared oxford style button down shirt; and gray, navy blue, black or khaki
(tan) pair of long pants, shorts, capris, skirt, skort or jumper. Gray, navy
blue or black denim long pants are also acceptable. A small logo is
- In addition to the basic uniform, a principal may designate up to two
additional school colors for the collared shirt. Colored trim, stripes or
decorations will not be allowed. A small logo is acceptable.
- Pants, shorts, capris, skirts, skorts, and jumpers must be a solid color with
no stripes, decorations or embroidery. A small logo is acceptable.
- Shoes/footwear –Elementary and middle school shoes/footwear shall be
closed toe and heel, so as to protect the entire foot. In addition to closed toe
shoes, high school students may wear sandals provided they do not interfere
with the safety and welfare of the student.
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