Dress Code

Dress Code

Dress Code

At Bonillas Traditional Elementary Magnet School, students dress for success.
This is an important aspect of our school to ensure student focus is on their academic achievement.

Tops: Any Solid Color Polo or Turtleneck.

Bonillas Purple Pride Days: Bonillas t-shirt or purple polo may be worn on Fridays only. Clothing must be worn with uniform bottoms listed below.

Bottoms: Tan, Beige, Khaki or Navy slacks, shorts, skorts, skirts or jumpers in cotton. Jeans, black pants, sweatpants or work out pants are not permitted. Leggings / Tights: During the winter, leggings and tights can be worn under approved uniform skirts. Permitted colors are solid navy blue or white.

Shoes: Closed toed shoes only with solid-colored socks.

Hats/Head wear: Hats and caps are only permitted outside. Headbands are permitted but limited to simple plastic or cloth. Head bands with ‘cat ears’ or other items sticking out of them are not permitted. Bows are permitted.

Winter Clothing: Any solid color sweater or sweatshirt. Designs, logos, and branding are not permitted unless a Bonillas logo.

1 st Fridays: Each first Friday of the month, students are permitted to wear free dress. Students must pay $1 in order to dress down. Parents may choose to pay $10 in advance at the beginning of the year.
We appreciate all parents and students following our dress code guidelines.

To Assist Families:
- All standard school supplies will be purchased by Bonillas (markers, crayons, folders, notebooks, pencils, paper, etc.)
- Additional uniforms will be available for students. - When clothing becomes too small, we will accept donations and create a clothing bank. - Vouchers will be given for uniform purchases for families that apply.

***TUSD Governing Board Approved April 22nd, 1983, Amended June 21st, 2005.

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