Dress Code

Campbell Uniform Guidelines

In the Spring of 2022, the Campbell Elementary SBDM team met to review the student dress code and made decisions for implementation for the 20122-23 school year.


Bottoms - Uniform bottoms, including pants, capris, shorts, skirts, skorts, or jumpers must be khaki, navy blue, or black and must be finger tip length or longer. If leggings or tights are worn, they must be under shorts, skirts, or jumpers and must be one of these solid colors (khaki, navy blue, black, grey, red, or white). Blue denim jeans permitted on Friday with school spirit t-shirt.  No sagging, baggy, or oversized slacks are allowed. Khaki or dark blue shorts, skirts, skorts, 

Tops - Tops are to be collared solid navy blue, red or white polo shirts or blouses. Solid colored undershirts or turtlenecks worn under polo shirts or blouses must be navy blue, red or white. 

Footwear – It is highly recommended that tennis shoes are worn daily for recess. For safety reasons, tennis shoes are required to participate in Physical Education classes. 

Jackets - Outer wear, such as, jackets, sweaters, or sweatshirts, can be worn of any color but must follow the LCISD dress code.

Clarifications -

  • Blue shirts should be navy and not a light blue.
  • Red shirts are a bright red, not maroon or orange.
  • Uniform bottoms are standard uniform material (Chino) and not athletic wear.
  • Leggings need to be one of the solid colors stated in the dress code with no prints.
  • Leggings are worn under shorts, skirts or jumpers and not independently.
  • Friday sprit wear consists of jeans with any of our t-shirts that has Campbell printed on the shirt. If a Friday is a holiday, then spirit day will be the day before on Thursday. We love to show our school spirit!
  • On Pay-Wild Free Dress days students must follow the LCISD dress code policy.

New Students - Students will be informed of the dress code policy at enrollment and given two weeks to comply.

Enforcement Policy - For students who do not comply with uniform dress, the following steps could be taken: Change into uniform dress at school, send home letter with explanation of dress code violation, student / parent conference with teacher and / or administrator, home visit by the social worker, or follow LCISD Student Code of Conduct for violation of dress code.

Exemptions – The following exemptions of the uniform dress may be allowed: Boy/Girl Scout Uniforms, Field Day, School/District sponsored days (i.e. Western Day), special event days, celebration days and Spring Individual Picture day. Parents / Guardians, who have a bona fide religious or philosophical objection, may submit a written petition to the campus principal. The SBDM Committee will approve or deny the petition.