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Skyview Upper Elementary School

It's SPRING!

As the weather gets warmer, please remember to follow our school dress code. (Information from the handbook is included below:)


Expectations for Student Dress

We believe that a student dressed appropriately for school will display an attitude that is conducive to learning. To ensure student safety shoes that are appropriate and safe for the many activities of the school day including, gym and the climbing of stairs should be worn.



We believe that a student dressed appropriately for school will display an attitude that is conducive to learning. To ensure student safety shoes that are appropriate and safe for the many activities of the school day including, gym and the climbing of stairs should be worn.


Students are required to wear tied sneakers for all physical education classes.

Students who are not appropriately dressed for school should be sent to the office to call home for a change of clothes or to wear spare clothes from the nurse’s office.



Students who are not appropriately dressed for school should be sent to the office to call home for a change of clothes or to wear spare clothes from the nurse’s office.


These are examples of items considered inappropriate for school, however, teachers are asked to use their judgment:

1. Bare midriff clothing and any see-through clothing.

2. Bathing suits, tops or trunks

3. Chains, spikes or metal work on boots, pants, shirts, jackets, clothing or accessories.

4. Clothing or jewelry that displays patches, slogan or pictures that suggest the use of alcohol or drugs; contain obscene or offensive language; or depict sexual, violent or illegal behavior.

5. Footwear that leaves marks or abrasions on floor surfaces.

6. Hats, caps, headbands, other head coverings, or sunglasses.

7. Ragged, holey, or cut-off clothing.

8. Inappropriately short skirts or shorts.

9. Spandex, tight clothing or ill-fitting garments.

10. Tank tops.


For more information, please refer to Methacton School District Policy 221 – Dress and Grooming.