Uniform/Dress Code

St. Anthony School Uniform and Dress Code

The personal appearance of the students contributes to the general environment of study and good order. Parents, teachers, and administrators shall positively encourage modesty, decency, safety, and cleanliness in attire and appearance. This promotes the dignity of each child as having been created in God’s image.

 

St. Anthony uses the uniform vendor called Frenchtoast. All uniforms are purchased directly online, at www.frenchtoastschoolbox.com. Our school code is QS5HDDA, or simply search for St. Anthony School in Oconto Falls.

 

UNIFORM CODE FOR GIRLS

Skirt: There is a scooter skirt option for girls. The skirt will be khaki in color, and can be worn at any time throughout the year. It is available on our webstore.

Shorts: Solid khaki colored uniform shorts (no cargo, carpenter, etc) are available for the warm weeks during the school year. A reminder will be sent home in the fall when the weather no longer permits for shorts to be worn, and again in spring when it becomes warm. Shorts must be the appropriate length, meaning that they should reach down to the fingertips when one’s arms are extended straight down their sides.

Pants: Solid khaki colored uniform pants (no cargo, carpenter, etc). Various styles are available through our webstore.

Shirts: Embroidered St. Anthony uniform shirt in the color of red, white, or light blue.

 

UNIFORM CODE FOR BOYS

Shorts: Solid khaki colored uniform shorts (no cargo, carpenter, etc) are available for the warm weeks during the school year. A reminder will be sent home in the fall when the weather no longer permits for shorts to be worn, and again in spring when it becomes warm.

Pants: Solid khaki colored uniform pants (no cargo, carpenter, etc). Various styles are available through our webstore.

Shirts: Embroidered St. Anthony uniform shirt in the color of red, white, or light blue.

 

CASUAL FRIDAYS/NON UNIFORM DAYS

Fridays will allow for the students to be out of uniform. There are some instances (i.e. a Holy Day) where uniforms will be worn on Fridays, which would be communicated in the Dateline. Other non-uniform days (Halloween, etc.) will also be communicated.

On these days, student attire must still be appropriate for a school setting, and be in line with our Catholic identity:

  • Shorts are to be of a length that reaches down to the fingertips when the arms are extended straight down their sides.
  • Shorts are to have a hemmed cuff. No “cut-offs” of any kind are to be worn.
  • Leggings may be worn underneath a skirt/dress, or with a top that comes down to the thigh.
  • There are to be no mesh type shirts and tank tops worn (this includes muscle shirts for boys).
  • Graphics/lettering should be appropriate for a Catholic School.
  • No flip-flops. Any open toed shoes must have at least a heel strap for support.

Parents will be called to bring different clothing if a student arrives inappropriately dressed. Also, please ensure that your child (regardless of age) always has a spare change of clothes stored in their locker.