Boys (K-6) Required Dress Uniform (required on All School Mass Days)
Elderware: (Tom Sawyer) navy pleated dress pants.
Elderware: (Mark Twain or K-12) white knit short or long sleeved polo shirt with
crest or white oxford button-down short or long sleeve shirt with crest.
(shirt tails must be tucked in at all times during the school day)
Every Day Uniform (non-All School Mass Days)
Elderware: (Mark Twain) white or navy knit short or long-sleeved polo shirt or white
or navy long sleeve knit turtleneck or white oxford button-down short or long sleeve
shirt. (shirt tails must be tucked in at all times during the school day)
Elderware: (Tom Sawyer) navy pleated dress pants or shorts.
(Shorts may be worn only during the months of Aug/Sept and May/June and
must be no shorter than one’s fingertips while standing).
Options to Required Dress and Every Day Uniform:
School Apparel: navy blue crew neck pullover with four color LCSS crest.
School Apparel: navy blue sweatshirt with LCSS four color LCSS crest.
School Apparel: navy blue fleece pullover with LCSS logo
Boys & Girls
Socks for Boys Socks should be plain white, brown, black, navy blue, or gray with no other visible
Shoes Must be worn at all times. Sandals & dress boots are not permitted.
Shoes must have a complete toe and heel.
Shoes must be either white, brown, black, navy blue or gray. Shoes should be
predominately one color. No other colors are allowed.
(Example: black shoe with a white Nike swoosh is acceptable) (Shoes with
fluorescent soles, side trim, shoe laces or decorations are NOT ACCEPTABLE)
Boys: Jewelry must be kept simple; no earrings may be worn.
Body piercings or permanent tattoos are not allowed.
Boys: Plain black, brown or navy belt must be worn with all clothing having belt loops. Belts
are not required for kindergarten students.
Hair Styles Outlandish, extreme hairstyles and colors are not permitted. Hair should be kept clean and well groomed.
Boys: Hair bangs should be no longer than touching the eyebrows. Hair length is not to exceed any longer than the top of the collar and mid-ear.