Uniforms

Uniform Guide

Please consider purchasing school uniforms prior to August 2020

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The School Board designates a specific manner of dress for students. The purpose of the dress code is to provide an atmosphere conducive to learning and to assist in the maintenance of discipline and respect. Children must be in full uniform each day beginning with the first day of school. All uniforms should be purchased from the school supplier so that styles, colors, etc., are uniform and consistent. Repeated failure to comply with the dress code will be addressed by the principal. Continuing failure to conform to the dress code can result in a student not attending classes. Please see our school handbook for a complete list of uniforms for each grade.

The principal and/or assistant principal will conduct a uniform check in each homeroom periodically during the year to assure that all students are adhering to the policy set forth by the school. The final decision as to what constitutes proper and/or appropriate dress and grooming rests with the Administration.

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Uniforms and other school wear may be purchased through Flynn O'Hara School Uniforms. Please see flyer for ways to order and uniform prices. Uniforms can also ordered online here


Store Location:

8868 Waltham Woods Road
Parkville, MD 
410-828-4709
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Approved Logos

We will not allow students to wear any P.E. items that have the St. Joseph staff logo, old mascot of the jaguar or the plain writing of St. Joseph School.

Uniform Policy for Spirit Wear Days and Year to Lead Shirt Days

Please see uniform policy for Spirit Wear Days and Year to Lead Shirt Days.

Out of Uniform Policy

The designated “Out of Uniform” days require school appropriate dress. While each special day may have specific guidelines, clothing should always be neat, modest, and free of slogans or words that have any meaning or implication not appropriate to a Catholic elementary school. Students must wear supportive shoes. Backless and flip-flop-type shoes are not allowed. Other rules regarding make-up, jewelry, hair, etc., remain in place on "Out of Uniform" days.

Uniform Infractions

The school uniform is set in place, and the expectation is to be followed daily as the students enter the building. Teachers as well as the principal and /or assistant principal will conduct a uniform check in each homeroom periodically during the year to assure that ALL students are adhering to the policy set forth by the school.

The final decision as to what constitutes proper and/or appropriate dress and grooming rests with the Administration. The penalty for violations of these norms will be a detention. No warning need be given. Students and parents who have questions regarding the uniform policy or grooming should consult with the Principal or Assistant Principal before appearing in school with them.

Lost and Found

All clothes and belongings must be labeled with the child’s name. If lost, articles are put on the Lost and Found Desk near the office. St. Joseph School keeps a lost and found at the main office.  The school will do its best to get items back to students if the items are labeled with the student’s name that are found.  Items not claimed are donated to charity twice a year.

Water Bottle Policy

Water bottles can only be carried around the building when students are wearing the warm weather uniform, all other times water bottles must be left in the classroom with the child’s snack/lunch. All water bottles must not exceed 18 ounces and must be reusable-NOT disposable. Water bottles should also be labeled with your child’s name on it.