• DRESS CODE

    Students in the Bellevue Union School District dress for success in Common Dress. Wearing Common Dress is important because it helps students avoid clothing distractions and concentrate on their learning.

    The schools may designate certain days of the year for special kinds of clothing or costume.

    Students participating in nationally recognized youth organizations shall be allowed to wear uniforms on days when the organization has a scheduled meeting.

     

    Please follow these rules:


    1. For tops, students are asked to wear collared shirts (turtle necks, polo shirts and button shirts/blouses.) or school spirit shirts.

    1. Bellevue shirt colors: black/white/grey collared shirts & Bellevue blue spirit shirts
    2. BUSD Dual Immersion shirt colors: black/grey collared shirts and school spirit shirts in lime green and orange
    3. Kawana Springs shirt colors: black/grey/dark green collared shirts
    4. Meadow View shirt colors: black/white collared shirts & purple Meadow View spirit shirts
    5. Taylor Mountain shirt colors: black/white/burgundy collared shirts & burgundy Taylor Mountain spirit shirts

    2. On the bottom, students may wear pants, shorts or skirts in blue, black or tan jean material (no sweats, leggings or jeggings)
    3. Shorts and skirts need to be at least fingertip length.
    4. Hair that is distracting from the educational process, make-up, artificial nails, perfume, and cologne are not appropriate at the elementary level and are not to be worn at school.
    5. Spiked clothing (like belts) and spiked or gauged jewelry (like earrings) are not permitted.

    No clothing, accessories, or possessions may display, describe, or signify: drugs, alcohol, tobacco, sexuality, violence, nudity, or dangerous or unsafe activity, or be obscene, vulgar, or racially or sexually discriminatory.

    No display is permitted of indications of gang inclinations or involvement, such as hair nets, bandanas, beanies, chains, colors or other gang significations as verified by the Santa Rosa Police Department.

    1. Para las camisas, a los estudiantes se les piden llevar camisas con cuellos o camisas escolares
      1. Los colores de camisas de la Bellevue: camisas con cuellos de color negro/blanco/gris y las camisas escolares azules de la Bellevue
      2. Los colores de camisas de Immersion Dual de BUSD: camisas con cuellos de color negro/gris/ y las camisas escolares de color lima verde y anaranjo
      3. Los colores de camisas de Kawana Springs: camisas con cuellos de color negro/gris/verde oscuro
      4. Los colores de camisas de la Meadow View: camisas con cuellos de color  negro/blanco y las camisas escolares moradas de la Meadow View
      5. Los colores de camisas de la Taylor Mountain: camisas con cuellos de color negro/blanco/vino borgoña y las camisas escolares de color vino borgoña de la Taylor Mountain
    2. La parte da abajo, los estudiantes pueden llevar pantalones, pantalones cortos o faldas de

    mezclilla de color azul, negro o de color marrón claro (ningunos pantalones de tela sudadera mallas.
         3.  Los pantalones cortos y las faldas necesitan estar por lo menos al punto de los dedos extendidos de largo.

    Common Dress Flyer/Vestido Comun