School Uniform Policy
The School Uniform Policy was adopted by the Local School Leadership Council (LSL) on April 10, 2008. The LSL is comprised of parents, teachers, and school staff. This policy was developed for the safety and well-being of all of Noble’s students and was designed to reflect the uniform policies of most middle schools. For your convenience, uniforms can be purchased at school each Thursday morning and at special events such as Back-to-School Night and Open House.
Pants, skirts, dresses: dark blue, black, or jeans
Shirts: white or light blue
Shoes: flat-heel, close-toed
Please note that only students in the 5th grade are allowed the privilege of bringing backpacks to school. This privilege may be taken away if a student does not follow school rules. All other students may bring book bags or tote bags. This rule was developed with student health and safety in mind, and we appreciate your cooperation. (Please talk to your child’s teacher if you are unsure whether your child’s bag meets this regulation.)
- Shorts and skirts must not be shorter than 2” above the knee.
- “Skorts” (skirts with shorts underneath), which are easy to play in, are recommended rather than skirts.
- Very baggy clothing is not allowed.
- T-shirts and other clothing must not contain offensive or inappropriate messages.
- Because students engage in physical activities each day, athletic shoes are recommended. High heels and open-toed shoes are not allowed.
- Large hoop or dangling earrings are not safe and should not be worn to school.
- All shirts and dresses must cover the shoulders. Thin, “spaghetti” straps are not allowed, unless covered at all times by a sweater or jacket.
- Each teacher will develop a classroom incentive program to reward students who regularly wear their uniforms.
- The school administration will periodically reward classes with 100% participation.
Thank you for your cooperation!
For families experiencing financial hardship, school uniforms are available free of cost.
Please call Liat Broome, PSA Counselor, at (818) 892-1151 for more information.