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Uniforms
Dress Code

The Our Lady of the Assumption school uniform helps everyone to recognize our students as members of our community and contributes to the sense of cooperation, equality, and unity which is important to a Catholic school. Students in Kindergarten through 8th grade are required to wear the school uniform. The dress code is designed to ensure that modesty, neatness, and pride in the Our Lady of the Assumption school identity are evident at all times. The intent of the dress code is to keep students appearance modest, simple and free from the distractions and competitiveness of brand name comparisons.

The school uniform represents proper attire at a Catholic school. This means that uniforms, as well as clothing worn on dress down days, should fit properly and be appropriate in a Catholic school setting. This includes dances, social activities and sports practices – whether in an offsite facility or held after school on the property.

Policies:
Students who violate the dress code policy will be sent to the office and issued notices which must be signed by parents and returned the next school day and parents may recieve a phone call. Please see the Parent/Student handbook for all uniform guidelines.

PURCHASING UNIFORMS
The uniform vendor is J. B. Pride Uniforms. All components - including shirts, pants, shorts, belts, etc. must be purchased from J. B. Pride Uniforms. Clothing purchased from other vendors detracts from the UNIVERSALappearance which constitutes a Catholic School uniform. Therefore, clothing which does not match the J.B. Pride Uniforms selections in style, color, or fit will be considered a violation of the dress code. Closely examine your child’s clothing because clothing which does not match the J.B. Pride Uniforms selections in style, color, or fit will be considered a violation of the dress code.

Purchasing Uniforms:
JB Pride Uniforms
39 Cummings Park
Woburn, MA 01801
Phone: 1-781-376-2071
Fax: 1-781-376-2081
www.jbprideuniforms.com
Please refer to the JB Pride Uniforms website for hours.
NUT Day = No Uniform Today
NUT Days are held throughout the year for fundraisers and spirit days. They provide the students an opportunity to wear something other than the uniform; however, students may not wear anything they please. The dress code still applies and will be enforced. See the Parent Student Handbook for guidelines for NUT Days.

Students may have a NUT Day on their birthday.