Académie Lafayette students have made great progress in observing dress code etiquette, but we still need to pay careful attention. Students arriving at school with their shirts tucked in will avoid having to be reminded. Help your child get a positive start to each day by reminding him/her to “tuck it in!”
We need parents’ help to make sure that children’s attire meets the dress code of the school. By reinforcing that etiquette at home, we’ll all be on the same page. Otherwise, we’re sending mixed messages to our children; this is something we all want to avoid, n’est-ce pas?
Thank you for verifying that your child has the right attire for school and that he/she wears it with pride. And remember, if it’s not red, navy blue, khaki or plaid, your child should not be wearing it to school.
Pants and shorts:
Skirts and jumpers for girls:
Belts and socks:
Sweaters, cardigans, sweatshirts and turtlenecks:
Jewelry, scarves and headwear:
Hair and makeup:
Casual days (usually falls on the first Friday of each month):
Uniform Violation Consequences:
Students must be in proper attire to participate in P.E. class.
The Physical Education dress code ensures that students can participate in the physical activities that are required by the Missouri curriculum. We encourage our students to understand the importance of safety and hygiene during their P.E. lessons and sports activities. The P.E. uniform colors follow the general school dress code. Physical Education students must wear*:
*On casual days, students are allowed to wear different colors but must have athletic clothes (specified above) and shoes to participate.