School Uniforms

Students in Kindergarten through Grade 8 are expected to be in uniform on all school days unless otherwise noted. They are expected to be neat and clean in appearance at all times. Students will wear their P.E. uniform on the day(s) of the week the student's grade has P.E. class. It is the responsibility of the parent that your child is dressed according to the uniform code. This responsibility includes replacing uniforms that are no longer in good condition (faded, torn, or outgrown.) 

The new dress code is now available from Lands’ End. The new dress code allows for a greater choice for all grade levels. Please see the attached dress code lists for both grades K-3 (EGC) and 4-8 (UGC). The new dress code is more of an updated ensemble where students are able to select from a variety of dress code options for both tops and bottoms. There are also more options for the PE uniforms.

Perhaps the biggest change is the requirement for all tops to have the SPC logo. While the new dress code does not go into full effect until August 2019, we wanted to give families the opportunity to order new items. The current dress code items will also be “grandfathered” in for the 2019-2020 school year. Our SPC plaid is not changing which will still allow for the exchange and selling of the skirts and jumpers.

Lands’ End offers considerable discounts on shipping and orders. In addition to the regular sales Lands’ End will offer “penny logo” sales.

Please keep in mind that TRIP cards can also be purchased for Lands’ End! Please click here for information on TRIP cards.

How to order SPC Uniforms
Online: Go to landsend.com/school and create or sign in to your account. Include your student and school information in My Account (or find your School using the Preferred School Number Search: 900188871. Start shopping with your personalized product checklist.

EGC Dress Code
UGC Dress Code

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http://www.landsend.com/pp/SchoolSearch.html?action=landing&selectedSchoolNum=900188871

On special days when students are allowed to be out of uniform, they should wear clothes appropriate for school. If an out of uniform day happens to occur on a day when students will be going to church, they should wear clothes appropriate for church. Students will wear appropriate, clean clothing. Unacceptable clothing includes, but is not limited to, bare midriffs, spaghetti straps, low-cut, tight and short apparel. Hats, scarves, bandanas, hoodies, and ripped clothing, flip-flops, shoes with wheels (wheelies), slippers, and shoes without backs are unacceptable to wear in school. The principal and/or assistant principal makes decisions on acceptable appearance. Detentions may be given for out of uniform infractions.

Please refer to the student handbook for more information.