A.C. Moore pre-K dress code clarification

Special to Atmore News

Pre-K classes at A.C. Moore will begin the same time as all public school classes. Following is a clarification for the dress code at A.C. Moore.

  • Shirts (boys/girls): Red, white, and gray polo style shirts and blouses with collars. No logos larger than a quarter monogrammed on shirts and blouses. Spirit / club t-shirts are to be worn on Fridays only.
  • Pants / skirts / dresses / shorts: Khaki uniform style bottoms that fit appropriately. Pre -K students are allowed to wear elastic waistband. No denim, jean fabric bottoms, corduroy, or leggings or tights worn as pants.
  • Shoes: Tennis shoes and fully enclosed toe and heel shoes may be worn. Rain boots, slides, crocs, Heelys, and shoes with lights and wheels are not allowed. Boots are not allowed to be worn in grades pre-K through 8th. Only students in grades 9-12 are allowed to wear boots.
  • Outerwear: Coats, jackets, sweaters, sweater vests, and sweatshirts must be RED, WHITE, or GRAY. All other colors will not be allowed to be worn INSIDE the building or classrooms.
  • Accessories: No excessive jewelry to create distractions.
  • Belts: Pre-K through 1st grade students are not required to wear a belt.
  • Headgear: No caps, hats, bandanas, do rags, ear muffs, hoodies, or hoods from coats, jackets, or sweatshirts are to be worn at any time inside the building or classrooms. Heads must remain uncovered in the building. Bona fide religious customs will be honored.
  • Backpacks / purses: No rolling backpacks are allowed. Purses must be kept inside backpacks to protect personal belongings.
  • Parents / guardians: School safety is first priority at A.C. Moore Pre-K. School uniforms play a vital role in ensuring the safety and well-being of our students. Although we are committed to providing your child / children the best educational experience possible, we know teaching them to follow rules begins early. Administrators and teachers ask that you help them enforce the dress code / uniform policy this upcoming school year. It is their goal to promote academic success, so dressing for success will be key. If students look their BEST, they will do their best.
  • Attire deemed inappropriate is at the discretion of the principal.