Uniform Policy

Looking ahead to the coming 2019-20 school year, we are updating and streamlining our school dress code and uniform choices in order to implement a more consistent uniform look.  After careful consideration, we believe these changes will support greater focus on learning and accelerated advancement. Please note:

  • Polo color will be heather grey bearing a school logo. Polos must be purchased only from a pre-approved vendor @ $7.00 if purchased by 7/1/2019.
  • Pants and skirt colors will be navy blue.
  • Sweaters and sweatshirts colors will be solid navy blue, bearing school logo. Sweatshirts and sweaters must be purchased only from a pre-approved vendor. Hooded sweatshirts will no longer be allowed.
  • No other outerwear will be allowed inside the building.
  • Previously purchased spirit wear t-shirts may be worn on Monday Spirit Days.
  • New Uniforms may be ordered at https://squareup.com/store

Why Does Hebrew Day Require a Uniform?

We are proud of our new school wide uniform policy in part because it:

  • Improves student behavior at school
  • Instills a sense of unity, belonging, school spirit and pride
  • Reduces bullying and fighting
  • Reduces peer pressure to out-dress one another
  • Engenders a feeling of comfort and security, fostering greater empathy and kindness

Just as adults dress professionally for work, students, differentiating learning clothes from play clothes encourages students to focus and learn when at school.

All students in grades K-8 are required to adhere to the uniform policy. No colors or sweatshirts other than those included in the uniform are permitted to be worn inside the building. Students dressed in clothes not consistent with this policy will not be allowed to remain in class. Parents will be notified and asked to provide an appropriate uniform before their child rejoins their classmates.

Dress Code Policy