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    Dear Parents and Students, 

    Thank you for your interest in the China Sister School Exchange Program with Laurel International! We believe that globalization has created opportunities to enrich our experiences and expand our point of views. Through Laurel’s partnerships with middle and high schools in the United States and China, we are committed to bringing you the highest quality program focused on our three objectives: Culture, Education and Friendship.

     
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    Uniform Policy
     
     

    Parkdale parents, students, teachers, and administrators formulated the student dress policy for Parkdale High School. It reflects standards held in common by the Parkdale Learning Community and incorporates the Prince George’s County Public Schools System-Wide Dress Code for Students.   

    It is highly recommended that all students wear uniforms with Parkdale logos. Uniforms may be purchased from Cort Athletics by clicking here.

     

    Slacks: All slacks must be appropriately sized to eliminate bagging or sagging. Slacks are worn at the natural waistline. Female and male students wear solid-colored slacks in Khaki (Tan).

     

    Shorts: Students may wear khaki (tan) colored shorts that must be at least 12 inches below the buttocks. 

     

    Skorts or Skirts: Female students wear khaki (tan) colored skorts and/or mid-calf skirts that are worn at the natural waistline. 

     

    Shirts: Shirts must be tucked into pants, skirts, skorts or shorts. Female and male students wear solid- colored shirts with collars and may choose long or short sleeve in Black,White or Dark Green.

     

    Socks: Solid-colored socks in Black,Dark Green, Brown or White. Socks displaying designer graphics are unacceptable.

     

    Tights: Students may wear solid-colored tights in Black, Dark Green, Brown or White. Tights displaying designs, graphics, fish-net holes, etc. are unacceptable.

     

    Shoes: Students may wear solid-colored shoes, tennis shoes and boots in Black or Brown. Heels on shoes should be no taller than 1inch.

     

    Neckties (Optional): Solid-colored neckties are worn with Oxford shirts only.

     

    Head Coverings: As is stated in the PGCPS System Wide Dress Code for Students. "Headdresses may be worn indoors for religious or health reasons only." All hats must be removed before entering the building.

     

    Optional: Students wear blazers, sweaters and fleece jackets in Dark Green or Black.

     

    These styles and fabrics are NOT permitted:

    ·    Visible labels or logos on any article of clothing are allowed (ONLY PHS logos)

    ·    Stretch, tight or form-fitting clothing

    ·    Baggy slacks

    ·    Jeans or denim

    ·    Hooded clothing

    ·    Cropped shirts

    ·    Slippers, flip-flops, mules or open-toes

    ·    "Creative" alterations to any clothing (cut-out holes, rips etc.)

    ·    Sunglasses

     

    Exemptions (New Students):
    Students who are new to the school after the first day of school will be allowed a grace period of ten (10) school days to comply with the Parkdale High School Mandatory Uniform Policy.

    Financial Hardship:
    Parents or guardians who are not able to purchase the mandatory uniform due to financial hardship must submit a letter of explanation to the Principal. The Principal and Chair for the Uniform Committee will review hardship requests to determine the assistance needed for the parents/guardians. Parents or guardians will receive a response within ten (10) days of the request for assistance.

    Opt-Out Process in a Mandatory Uniform School: (PGCPS Administrative Procedure No. 600)
      

    1. Parents or guardians who disagree with the adopted mandatory school uniform policy may opt-out of participation in this new requirement for the duration of this program at that school.

    2. Parents or guardians shall complete the Application for Exemption from Mandatory School Uniform Program Form (PGIN 7540-3500) within forty-five (45) days after their child has been assigned to the school, after the school year has commenced.

    3. A student whose parents(s) have exercised their right to opt-out of the mandatory school uniform program at the school will be reassigned through established procedures to another school. Transportation will not be provided.