COVID – 19 Uniform Policy 

In recognition of the strain that the COVID-19 Pandemic has put on many families, we are making changes to our uniform policy for the 2020-2021 school year.

Our Student Uniforms

UniformPolicy pdf: Students are expected to be in complete uniform each school day.

Note: Used uniforms are available at no cost at Epiphany School. Used uniforms are available on a first come, first serve basis. Contact the MAIN OFFICE for more information. 


Girls

All girls may wear slacks from OCTOBER 15 TO APRIL 15th, IF they wear slacks, sweater vests must be worn with a Flynn & O’Hara Logo.

All girls in grades K thru 6 must wear a red tie. 

Girls Uniforms Grades K, 1 & 2:

  • Belts are optional. If belts are worn, they must be black or navy blue.
  • Jewelry: Small earrings are permitted. NO beads, necklaces, bracelets or arm bands may be worn around the neck, arms or legs!

Girls’ Uniforms Grades K – 3:

  • Belts must be black or navy blue.
  • Red Plaid Drop Waist Jumper with White Blouse (short or long sleeve) with button down collar, (the top shirt button of the
    blouse must be buttoned, and the red tie.
  • Sweater – Long Sleeve Navy V-Neck Pullover or Sleeveless Navy V-Neck Sweater Vest or Long Sleeve Navy Cardigan with Epiphany Logo
  • Stockings – Navy Knee Highs or Tights
  • APPROPRIATE SHOES – Leather shoes in Brown, Blue or Black color. If students wear sneakers they must be ALL BLACK and look like a dress shoe. NO HIGH TOP SNEAKERS. NO CLOG TYPE SHOES.

Girls’ Uniforms Grades 4—6

  • Red Plaid Skirt – White Blouse with button down collar (the top button of blouse must be buttoned) and Red Tie
  • Sweater – Long Sleeve Navy Cardigan or long Sleeve Navy V-Neck Pullover or Sleeveless Navy Sweater Vest with Epiphany Logo
    • Sweaters must be worn with skirt.
  • Stockings – Navy Blue Ankle Socks or tights
  • APPROPRIATE SHOES – Leather shoes in Brown, Blue or black color. If students wear sneakers they must be ALL BLACK and look like a dress shoe. NO high top sneakers OR CLOG TYPE SHOES.

Boys

All boys in grades K thru 6 must wear a Uniform tie.

Boys’ Uniforms Grades K, 1 & 2:

  • Belts are optional. If belts are worn, they must be black or navy blue.
  • White Dress Shirt – Short or long sleeves with button down collar -(THE TOP BUTTON OF SHIRT MUST BE BUTTONED)
  • Dress Pants – Navy Blue
  • Uniform Tie
  • Sweaters – Long sleeve navy cardigan sweater or Long sleeve navy V-neck sweater or Sleeveless navy V-neck sweater vest
  • Socks – Navy blue or black
  • APPROPRIATE SHOES – Leather shoes in black or brown color; Sneakers may be worn – THEY MUST BE ALL BLACK AND LOOK LIKE A DRESS SHOE.

Boys’ Uniforms Grades 3-6 

  • Belts – black or navy blue.
  • White Dress Shirt – Short or long sleeves with button down collar -(THE TOP BUTTON OF SHIRT MUST BE BUTTONED)
  • Dress Pants – Navy Blue
  • Uniform Tie
  • Sweaters – Long sleeve navy cardigan sweater or Long sleeve navy V-neck sweater or Sleeveless navy V-neck sweater vest
  • Socks – Navy blue or black
  • APPROPRIATE SHOES – Leather shoes in black or brown color; Sneakers may be worn – THEY MUST BE ALL BLACK AND LOOK LIKE A DRESS SHOE.

Uniform Company

UNIFORMS MUST BE PURCHASED FROM FLYNN & O’HARA UNIFORM COMPANY – NO SUBSTITUTES

https://www.flynnohara.com/


Dress Down Days

Out-of-Uniform  days (dress down days) are an occasional privilege.  Like all privileges, their beneficial effects can be forfeited because of the irresponsibility of a few.  Out-of-Uniform days are times to enjoy a change of pace or a reward for a job well done.  Out-of-Uniform means a relaxed attitude toward dress which does not result in extremes.

Clothes worn on Out-of-Uniform days must be modest in all circumstances (no low cut or sleeveless tops) and may include jeans (no holes, patches or rips), casual shirts, T-shirts, sweatshirts (no improper words or pictures), sweatpants, shorts (knee length), or sports related clothing.  Both boys and girls should wear shoes and socks or sandals.  No flip-flops are allowed.

Violators will be sent home to change and will lose the privilege of being Out-of-Uniform.

Note:  The Principal reserves the right to determine what is appropriate for the Out-of-Uniform Days.