Dress for Success Uniform Dress Policy

The "Dress for Success" policy is designed to keep students focused on classroom activities and to make it easier for families to provide clothing conducive to the learning atmosphere at the schools they attend. It also helps to eliminate some of the rivalry that takes place regarding clothing items at school, and provides for a safer learning environment. Principals at schools who have uniform policies will still have the latitude to determine special spirit days which would call for school logo clothing; or free-dress days. The decision for a school to adhere to or not adhere to the EVSC’s Dress for Success Policy, was based solely on each individual school community. Parents, staff, and students were a part of the decision making process at each school.

 The decision on whether a school has the Dress for Success policy or not, rests with each individual school community. Schools work with parents, parent organizations, students, and staff to come to consensus regarding this decision.

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Dress for Success Uniform Schools

Cedar HallLodgeGlewnwoodLincoln
Middle and Junior High
Helfrich ParkMcGaryWashingtonThompkinsNorth Jr. HighPerry HeightsPlaza
High Schools

Academy for Innovative Studies
Middle and High school grades


Please see the link at the bottom for the EVSC's Dress for Success Policy.

Where Can I Find These Approved Clothing Items?
To make it easier for families to find approved clothing items, please see  links listed below provided by retailers. Information was obtained following inquiries from clothing retailers who contacted the school corporation.

For additional information about the Dress for Success policy, please contact your child's school.