Dress Code

Girls Jumper – Belair Plaid (style #8812) may be purchased from Dennis Uniform. Length is no shorter than 3 inches above the top of the knee

Girls Skirt – Belair Plaid. May be purchased from Dennis Uniform.

Girls Skort – Navy Blue, khaki or Belair plaid. May be purchased through Dennis Uniform or JC Penney.

Boys and Girls Shirts – green, navy, red or white.  Short or long sleeved, polo or turtlenecks (with collars) may be purchased from Dennis Uniform or JC Penney.

White Shirts – Short or long sleeved polo or turtlenecks (with collars) may be purchased from any store.

Slacks – Navy blue or khaki slacks. May be purchased through Dennis Uniform or JC Penney.

Black Jeans need to be 5 pocket no faded, stone washed or ornamental design.  May be purchased from any store. No tattered jeans or slacks.

Shorts – Navy blue or khaki walking short.  May be purchased through Dennis Uniform or JC Penney. Length is no shorter than 3 inches above the top of the knee. No capris are allowed.

Belts are to be worn if the slacks or jeans have belt loops.

Sweaters – Green, red or navy crewneck pullovers (style #6530) or v-neck cardigans (style #6300) May be purchased from Dennis Uniform.

Sweatshirts – Green crewneck pullover with Sacred Heart emblem may be purchased from Dennis Uniform or other Sacred Heart sweatshirts. No hoodies.

Fleece Jackets – Black or forest green microfleece front zipper jacket. May be purchased from Dennis Uniform.

Socks – socks or stockings must be worn. Colored tights are allowed. Leggings may be worn under jumpers.

Shoes – All shoes must be clean and well kept. Flip flops are not allowed.

Spirit T-shirts/sweatshirts – Will be worn on designated days only.

Coats in classrooms – no coats will be permitted in the classroom.

Blue jean day – Will be worn on designated days only.

Dennis Uniform:  www.dennisuniform.com    402-496-9911    School Code PC3JC Penneys uniform: http://www.jcpenney.com/g/school-uniforms/N-1az9fo4Dgl19qg

Yesterday’s Closet also has a rack of used uniform clothing for sale in their basement location at 1606 Stone Street, Falls City.

 

Uniform Reminders for Grades K-12

School policy on dress code/uniform for JR/SR High Athletic and Extra-Curricular days: JR/SR High athletes, club members, activity members may be required to dress up on game or activity days. Coaches/moderators may require specific shirts, slacks, etc. Students may wear regular (non-uniform) clothing according to the coaches’/moderators’ game-day/activity day dress code. Students may wear the regular school uniform on these days if they so choose. Belts are to be worn on these days.

Girls may wear open-toed shoes when dressing up. Sandals are not allowed except for girls on Dress-up Days and should be in good condition. Flip-flops are not allowed.

School policy on dress code/uniform for Dress-up Days: K-12 Students may dress up on certain designated days such as for Holy Days, First-Friday Mass Days, etc. Students may wear regular (non-uniform) clothing on these special dress-up days. Students may choose to wear the regular school uniform on these days if they so choose.Belts are to be worn on these days.Girls may wear Capri pants. Blue jean skirts are allowed.

Girls may wear open-toed shoes when dressing up. Sandals are not allowed except for girls on Dress-up Days and should be in good condition. Flip-flops are not allowed.

If a student wears dress up clothes, this is to be a dress up not a dress down in clothing appearance and always in keeping with common standards of modesty and good taste.

Students may wear leggings under a dress or an appropriate length skirt. If the leggings are worn as slacks, their tops must be tunic length. Tops that are finger-tip length are considered tunic length.

Special note: A student’s midriff or cleavage should not be visible when dressing up on these days. Shirts or blouses should be tucked in or be long enough that students’ midriffs and backs are not visible when standing, sitting, etc. Shirts and blouses should be buttoned. Tight fitting mini-skirts are not appropriate for school wear at any time. Students that wear inappropriate clothing will be disciplined and may be required to change into other clothing. Parents are asked to please make sure that students are dressed properly before leaving for school.

School policy on Blue Jean Days: K-12 students may wear blue jeans on certain announced days. These days are designated by the principal. These days may include spirit days for state playoff or state tournament games or other designated days. Blue jeans should be in good condition. Blue jeans should not be ripped, torn, etc. On Blue Jean/Spirit Shirt days, students are required to wear a Sacred Heart spirit shirt, T-shirt or sweatshirt. If a Sacred Heart spirit shirt or sweatshirt is not worn, students are required to wear the regular uniform shirt. These days will be announced in the school bulletin and are usually in a note sent home to parents.Students are not allowed to wear blue jean shorts.Belts are to be worn on these days.

Formal Dance Dress Policy

Gentlemen:

  • Button-down shirt with collar or a sweater
  • No excessively tight clothing may be worn
  • Dress slacks and shoes are required (no jeans or shorts)
  • Tuxedos are customary for prom, but are not required

Ladies:

  • No excessively tight clothing may be worn
  • No visible cleavage. (No plunging neck lines)
  • Dress hemlines and/or slits must be at least 2 inches below fingertips when standing tall with hand and arm fully extended and shoulders lowered
  • The entire dress back must reach no lower than 1 inch below the shoulder blades
  • Dresses must not be made of a sheer fabric where undergarments can be seen
  • No mini-skirts/short dresses with leggings will be allowed
  • Two-piece dresses will be allowed provided that the midriff is not exposed at any time, even when the arms are raised
  • All proper undergarments are to be worn

The dress code is to encourage our students to be modest, which is important for living the virtue of chastity and for protecting the human dignity of our students. We welcome guests from other schools, but it is the responsibility of the Sacred Heart student who invites the guest to make sure that his or her date adheres to this policy. Students not complying with the dress code will be asked to leave or make the proper modifications to their attire before being admitted to the dance. If on the next dance occasion a student once again fails to adhere to the dress code policy, he or she will not be allowed to attend the dance.