School administrators will determine if clothing is appropriate for school and complies with district rules. For more information, please refer to the Code of Student Conduct for a copy of the student dress code.
Jackets, sweaters, coats, etc.
Any kind of jacket/coat/cardigan is acceptable if it meets regular dress code rules.
- Students may not wear disruptive, distracting, or display offensive
language/symbols on clothing.
- School staff may ask students to remove jackets at any time.
- Any pullover garment that is worn all day (sweater, sweater vest, sweatshirt) should: Have a collar OR be worn with a collared uniform shirt or official school t-shirt underneath; Must be solid white, solid navy or solid gold.
On very cold days, students who walk, bike, etc. may need to wear sweatpants, etc. over their school clothes on their way to and from school. However, any clothing that doesn’t meet dress code requirements must be removed before school begins.
Bottoms: Denim, Navy or Khaki/Tan
- Shorts, pants, skorts, skirts, & skirted jumpers are acceptable.
- Bottoms must be plain, solid-color twill, corduroy or denim
- Traditional blue jean color is acceptable for denim.
Tops: White, Navy, or Gold with collar
- Children must have long or short sleeves.
- Knit polo-type or woven dress shirts, blouses,
turtlenecks are acceptable.
- School t-shirts are acceptable (available through school office).
The dress code does not allow for clothing with colored trim, stripes, embroidery, decoration, etc. It also does not provide for overalls (overalls with pants or shorts), sweat pants, knit pants/skirts, leggings, etc. A small logo is acceptable on otherwise approved clothing items.
Other dress code rules:
- A belt is required if the garment has belt loops.
- Shirts (including t-shirts) must be tucked in.
- Shorts/skirts must be mid-thigh or longer.
- Shoes must be safe and appropriate.
- Clothes must be appropriate size, with waist of garment worn at student’s waist.
- Clothing that is too tight or too loose is not appropriate for school.
Thanks to the generosity of our school’s many partners, we are able to provide free school supplies to all students. Parents who would like to purchase items to support the school should speak with their child’s teacher about wish-list items. We welcome any and all donations.
Car Rider Information
The majority of children at Crystal Lake Elementary are walkers, bike riders and car riders.
The car rider line opens at 7:40 a.m. and 3 p.m. For student safety, parents must display an official school tag with the number assigned to their student. Parents who do not have this tag must go to the front office to pick up their student.