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Uniform information from Mrs. Heroux

2018-05-25

 JCHS Uniform Policy 2018-19.pdf

We are so proud of all that our students have accomplished this school year, and I look forward to a new school year ahead beginning in August.



One area that we have been working to address for next school year is our school uniform policy. As many of you have heard, we will be partnering with Tommy Hilfiger Global Schoolwear to provide our school uniform for the 2018-19 school year.



All uniforms can be purchased online through their website, and the school will have many items available to try on in all sizes. Today during lunch, we previewed the new uniform policy, including a new skort option, to our female students, and we are excited about its reception. I have attached the revised uniform policy to this email, and I ask that you read through it carefully with your student. In particular, please note that all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students for 2018-19—both male and female—will be required to purchase their uniform bottoms through Tommy Hilfiger Global Schoolwear.



Seniors will be permitted to wear their previously purchased bottoms, as long as they comply with the length and fit requirements laid out in the attached policy.



All 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students will be able to wear their Sunshine uniform polo shirts for the duration of their time at JCHS; however, all incoming freshmen and new students must purchase all shirts from the Tommy Hilfiger Global Schoolwear website. We are also considering a button-down shirt option for both males and females.



It is our belief that the practice of dressing professionally, instilled in students during high school, will follow them as they enter the workplace. Furthermore, as a Catholic community, we seek to uphold the dignity of those entrusted to our care as made in the image and likeness of God. Therefore, it is my hope that we can partner with parents and families to develop proper dress and grooming habits which will enhance students’ confidence as learners and their dignity as individuals.



As always, please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.


God has great things in store,

Mrs. Corey Heroux

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