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  • Spring Sports Spirit Days- April 24-26

    Posted by NICOLE THOMPSON on 4/11/2019

    Dear Parents/Guardians of Cedarcrest Students,


    The week of April 24-26 we will be having spirit days honoring our Spring Sports. Students will be able to wear clothes fitting the theme of the day instead of the usual Cedarcrest dress code. If students choose not to wear clothes fitting the theme, we expect they come dressed in the usual Cedarcrest attire. 

    Wednesday, April 24th: Culture Day
    Thursday, April 25th: Disney Day
    Friday, April 26th: Western Day

    Acceptable wear:

    ● On Wednesday- Clothing that represents your culture
    ● On Thursday- Clothing that represents Disney (i.e. character shirt or pants
    with character print on them)
    ● On Friday- Clothing that represents “Western/Country” attire (i.e.
    flannel/plaid or “cowboy” boots)
    ● Dresses or skirts no shorter than 3” above the knee
    ● Suits
    ● Shirts (with or without ties) including t-shirts
    ● Blouses, Sweaters, and Vests
    ● Shorts and Bermuda shorts no shorter than 3” above the knee
    ● Any color/print/pattern combination that represents the spirit days
    Unacceptable wear:
    ● Short shorts more than 3” above the knee
    ● Short dresses/skirts/tutus more than 3” above the knee
    ● Excessively tight shirts, shorts, skirts, dresses, leggings or pants
    ● Clothing with any kind of holes, including no shirts with shoulder cut-outs
    ● Cargo shorts
    ● Hats/beanies
    ● Props, masks, face paint, pillows, blankets, stuffed animals, etc.
    ● Nightgowns, robes, slippers or slides
    ● Spaghetti straps and tank tops
    ● Strapless dresses
    ● Clothing that is revealing i.e. cleavage or bare midriffs
    ● Any slogans or pictures that are drug, gang, alcohol, or suggestive or sexually
    explicit

    If students show up to school dressed in clothes that are not appropriate, they will be asked to change into loaner clothes or a parent will be called to bring in acceptable clothes.


    Sincerely,


    Scott Martin & Renae Beatty

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