AISD’s New Standardized Dress Code – Everything You Need to Know
It’s a new school year, which usually means new trends and styles as far as the way students dress. But, this year, things will be different for middle school students with the new standardized dress code by the Abilene Independent School Disctrict. If you’re not sure exactly what your child needs to wear for the upcoming school year, here’s everything you need to know.
• Polo style with collar red, white, black, navy blue, royal blue, gray (solid colors only)
• Sweatshirts,sweaters, hoodies (same color options as shirts)
• No logos or monograms except for AISD school logos on standardized tops.
• Shirts will be tucked in (boys and girls)
• Pants, shorts, skirts khaki, black, navy blue
• Must be hemmed and in good condition (no holes, rips, tears etc.)
• Leggings must be solid colors (refer to Tops) and must be accompanied by shorts or a skirt
Spirit Day Dress
• Spirit days are determined by the principal and will usually be on Fridays.
• Spirit days are a reward.
• There will be no more than one spirit day in a school week.
• AISD school spirit shirts black or blue jeans (refer to general AISD Dress Code)
• Students may continue to wear standardized dress on spirit days.
• Plain black or brown (no ribbon or sashes, etc.)
• Small style buckles are acceptable.
• Required if the bottoms have belt loops
• No flip flops/slides or shower type shoes
* All clothing must be appropriately sized/fitted . Over/under-sized clothing is not permitted
In addition, AISD has listed several retail outlets in town that carry the kind of clothes that meet the code, though you are not required to shop at these stores.
Here is a short video that explains the dress code in more detail.
So, what do you think of the new dress code for AISD middle school?