Uniform Expectations Update

  • Post published:August 5, 2021
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After recent discussions with our uniform provider, Levine’s, we have learned that they are facing employee and material shortages like so many other businesses and companies across our nation during these trying times.  According to their spokesperson, they have general pieces of our uniform available, but not with the school logo or crest.  It is taking an additional 10 days to get the crests sewn on to the individual uniform pieces.

Therefore, in an effort to help and assist our parents and families, we will not enforce our formal uniform dress code during the first nine-week grading period of the 2021-2022 academic school year. For the families who have already purchased our uniforms, we ask that you please send your students in uniform.  As Levine’s begins to complete the orders for all our families, we ask that parents begin to send students in full uniform.  Students need to understand that the formal dress code will go into effect on October 25, 2021, which is the first day of the second nine-week grading period. 

Last year, for those students who attended face-to-face, we developed the following dress code for a non-uniform dress code:

For those families who were not able to begin school with full uniforms from Levine’s, we ask that you follow the attached rules and regulations until the formal dress code is mandatory (October 25, 2021).   To reach out to Levine’s for orders, please call 214-948-7396 or go to their website at www.levinesstores.com.

As a side note, we have learned that our former vendor, Affordable Uniforms, still has some uniform pieces at their stores.  Please feel free to contact them at 214-206-1977 or go to their website at https://affordable-uniforms.square.site

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Billy Ferrell
Chief Officer of Culture and Climate