Schools with Uniforms

See the following policy and exhibit for complete information about student dress and approved dress codes at TUSD schools: Policy JICA, Student Dress | Regulation JICA-R, Student Dress: In MS Word | In Adobe PDF
JICA-E, Approved Dress Codes by School: In MS Word | In Adobe PDF

School

Prescribed Dress or Uniform

Approved School Year

Date of Board Approval of School-Adopted Dress Code

Bonillas

Any solid color polo or turtleneck. Tan, beige, khaki or navy slacks, shorts, skorts, skirts or jumpers in cotton, twill, or corduroy. Any solid color sweater or sweatshirt.

1983 - 1984

Approved April 22, 1983 - Amended June 21, 2005

Dodge Middle

Dress Code not uniforms - white, light blue, teal or green shirts with collars and sleeves; black or khaki pants.

Unofficially in place
1996 - 1997
(1986 dress code)

May 11, 1999

Doolen Middle

Shirts with sleeves & collar in white, gray or burgundy (maroon); shorts, capri pants in navy or khaki--no cargo or denim. Any jacket. Sweatshirt with crew or zip. Tennis, athletic or leather closed toe shoe. Tops & bottoms no more than 1 size larger.

2007-2008

March 13, 2007

Grijalva Elementary

White, navy blue and dark burgundy polo shirts and khaki bottoms.

1998

March 10, 1998

Johnson Primary Elementary

Navy blue clothing for the bottom garment, white clothing for the top garment.

1998

February 10, 1998

Lawrence
Intermediate

Navy blue bottom garment, white top garment.

1998

February 10, 1998

Lynn/Urquides Elementary

All white shirts/blouses, Lynn/Urquides t-shirts tucked in, blue bottoms.

2000 - 2001

March 7, 2000

Mansfeld Middle

Navy blue bottom garments and white collared top garments.

August 15, 1995
(approved by Governing Board as a pilot program.)

March 19, 1996

Manzo Elementary

Blue bottom garment and white top garment.

1996 - 1997

May 27, 1996

Maxwell Middle

White, navy and khaki.  Any two of the three colors may be worn with collared shirts.

1999 - 2000

April 6, 1999

Ochoa Elementary

White top, navy blue bottoms and no denim.

1997 - 1998

April 8, 1997

Pistor Middle

Black or white shirt and tan pants.

2004 - 2005

June, 24, 2004

Roberts Elementary

White and blue tops and bottoms.

2003 - 2004
(Recommended
implementation as a pilot program.)

February 11, 2003

Robison Elementary

White or navy blue polo shirts with three buttons or collared shirts with sleeves and buttons for boys and girls. Navy blue or khaki pants and shorts for boys-Docker or uniform type (no basketball or gym shorts/pants). Navy blue or khaki pants, shorts, skorts, jumpers, capris for girls-Docker or uniform type (no basketball shorts or warm-up suits). Closed toed shoes (with socks) such as tennis shoes or flat-heeled leather shoes must be worn by boys and girls. Jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts, rain coats, etc., are to be selected by the parents-preferably school colors but not mandatory.

2009-2010

June 9, 2009

Rose Elementary

White or navy blue shirts with collar and sleeves. Navy blue or khaki Docker style pants, skirts, skorts, capri or jumper. In Winter cotton sweat pants and corduroy pants. Any color sweater. Tennis shoes or leather covered shoes with white or black shoelaces. Socks white or navy.

2005 - 2006

May 10, 2005

Valencia Middle

Site council recommended and voted to add the color Khaki as an option to existing blue and white school uniform colors.

Approved Fall 1996
1999 - 2000

Approved March 10, 1998
Amended October 16, 2001

Warren Elementary

White button-down polo shirt, navy bottoms and no jeans.

1999 - 2000

April 6, 1999

Wright Elementary

White or navy blue polo shirts with three buttons or collared shirts with sleeves and buttons for boys and girls. Navy blue or khaki pants and shorts for boys-Docker or uniform type to be worn with a belt (no basketball or gym shorts/pants). Navy blue or khaki pants, shorts, skorts, jumpers, capris for girls-Docker or uniform type (no basketball shorts or warm-up suits). Closed toed shoes (with socks) such as tennis shoes or flat-heeled leather shoes must be worn by boys and girls. Jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts, rain coats, etc., are to be selected by the parents-preferrably the school colors but not mandatory.

2009-2010

June 9, 2009