Uniform Policy


Shirts:  Any solid color collared knit polo shirt with short or long sleeves are permitted.  No logos other than “Hanford Dole” logos (school name or paw print) are permitted. If shirt tales are long, they must be tucked in.

Sweatshirts:  If worn, sweatshirts must be a solid color and must be worn over a polo shirt with the polo shirt’s collar worn outside.  No printed design or lettering other than Hanford Dole logos allowed. Other jackets or sweaters may NOT be worn in the building after school begins at 7:30am.  No oversized hoodies or oversized sweatshirts will be allowed.

Pants / Shorts:  Khaki, navy blue, black pants or shorts that reach the knee are permitted.  No external zippers are permitted.  No jeans, warm ups or sweat pants are permitted.

Skirts:  Girls may wear khaki, navy blue or black skirts, skorts, capris or jumpers that are knee length.

Shoes:  Only closed toe and heel shoes are permitted.  Socks and tights of any color may be worn. Tennis shoes must be worn to PE with Coach V.


The school uniform policy is approved by the RSSS Board of Education and is strictly implemented at Hanford Dole Elementary School.  In the event a student reports to school out of uniform, the parent or guardian will be notified by the child’s teacher to bring appropriate uniform clothing as soon as possible.  The student may be placed in ISS to await parent arrival should the parent not be available to meet the request in a reasonable time frame.  Should parents need assistance with providing uniforms for their child, please call the Communities In Schools Coordinators, Fran Simpson or Ann Shepherd at 704-639-3046 ext. 222.



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