Early Childhood

Katie Neels

Dress Code/Uniform Requirements

Uniforms.  Simple uniforms are required for Early Childhood Careers students beginning Friday, August 25, 2017.

Top:  Solid color polo-style shirts, South Tech t-shirts and/or South Tech hoodie sweatshirts (unaltered) are required as the uniform top.  Shirts must be long enough to tuck into pants.  Jackets are not allowed over uniforms. Solid color long-sleeve shirts may be layered under short-sleeve uniform shirts. Information regarding ordering South Tech ECC shirts and hoodies will be distributed on the first day of school.  If your student gets cold easily, we recommend purchasing a South Tech hoodie.  Please have your student write their name on the inside of each shirt/hoodie to avoid loss/theft.

 

Bottom:  Solid-color jeans, pants, or slacks (NO tears, holes, fraying edges, or writing). Skirts, and/or shorts must be fingertip length. All pants must be appropriate for active work with children both indoors and outdoors.

Shoes:  Flat, soft-soled shoes, any color.  Shoes must enclose the entire foot (no backless or toeless versions).  Athletic slides, Birkenstock-style slip-on shoes, and slippers are not appropriate or safe for work, and therefore are not acceptable.

Tool and Supplies List

  • 3" Binder
  • 20 dividers for binder
  • Single subject notebook to leave in class
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Pens/pencils
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