Tyrrell County Schools Uniform Policy 2018-2019

Uniform Changes for 2018-2019




  1. Bottoms

    1. Uniform type slacks, shorts, skirts, jumpers or capris in any of the following solid colors:  khaki/brown/tan, grey, black, navy blue

    2. Must be cotton type blend (i.e., no denim, corduroy, velvet, spandex, knit. (Leggings may be worn under another appropriate uniform bottom).

    3. Skirts, jumpers, and shorts must be knee length while standing. (as determined by the school administrator)

    4. Pants must be worn at the natural waistline.

    5. Belts are not required however, any student that violates the requirement of wearing pants at the natural waistline, or whose pants are not appropriately sized as determined by administration will be required to wear a belt.

    6. Appropriately sized as deemed by a member of administration

    7. Elastic waist pants are acceptable.

    8. Leggings may be worn under another garment that is an appropriate uniform bottom.


  1. Tops

    1. Polo style or collared shirt of any solid color (long or short sleeved) with emblems no larger than a quarter

    2. T-shirts may only show at the neckline and may extend beneath the sleeves of a polo shirt but must fit.

    3. Turtlenecks or mock turtlenecks in any color; does not need to be under a polo shirt.

    4. Hoodies, both pullover and zip up, may be worn in any color and/or style as long as the emblems and logos are school appropriate as deemed by school administration.  A school collared shirt must be worn underneath the hoodie with the collar showing outside of the hoodie.

    5. All shirts should be tucked in.


  1. Outerwear

    1. Any color is acceptable

    2. Hats, “do-rags”, skull caps, bandanas or any kind of head-covering, hair rollers, and sunglasses worn over the eyes shall not be allowed while inside the building during instructional hours.

    3. Any outerwear such as coats and jackets must remain unzipped while inside the building.


  1. Shoes

    1. No spike heels allowed.

    2. No flip-flops or slides (those that are worn between the toes) Pre-K through 5th grade.

    3. Sandals are acceptable (if in doubt ask school administration).

    4. No wheels, lights or noises


  1. Jewelry

    1. Jewelry must be appropriate for school attire.

    2. No large medallion type necklaces.

    3. No visible jewelry/ornamental piercing of the lip, tongue, nose, cheek or eyebrow during school hours.

    4. No excessive jewelry or acrylic nails for elementary students.

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