The exception to this is when individual students or entire classes receive a "no uniform day" reward. This "no uniform day" reward will be written in the student's agenda.
On a "no uniform day," students must still comply with Gulfport's uniform policy for shoes and hats, as well as the Pinellas County School Board's policies which state that:
If you are unsure if your student has received a "no uniform day" reward, please send a uniform in your student's backpack in case there is a need to change clothes.
TOPS – Blouses, collared shirts, sweaters, sweatshirts and jackets in the following colors:
BOTTOMS – Slacks, shorts, jumpers, skirts and skorts in the following colors:
No patterns, stripes, adornments, or jeans are allowed.
Tights or leggings may be worn under a skirt, skort or jumper and must be in the following colors:
Blouses and shirts must be tucked in. Slacks, shorts, skirts, and skorts must fit securely about the waist. A "zip-tie belt" will be provided if a student's bottoms do not fit.
SHOES – Must be enclosed regular shoes, sneakers or sandals with a back strap and socks. No slides or flip-flops are permitted.
HATS – May only be worn during outside P.E. activities.
Parents are encouraged to donate new/used uniform tops, uniform bottoms, underwear, and socks so that the office can loan clothes to students who spill food, have "accidents," or have other reasons to change clothes during the school day.
Uniforms can be purchased from Wal-Mart, KMart, Beall's, Beall's Outlet, Target, Gap, Children's Place, Old Navy, JC Penney, Rainbow Kids, and many other retailers as well as thrift, consignment, and online stores. Parents that can not afford uniforms should contact the school Guidance Counselor at 893-2643.