Tyrrell Elementary School is a uniform school. Students are expected to wear uniforms every day.
TOPS – White with a collar (polo shirt, blouse)
BOTTOMS – Tan (pants, shorts, jumpers, or skirts with shorts underneath)
OUTERWEAR – Black (sweaters, sweatshirts)
Wearing a uniform to school instills a sense of community, unity, and school pride. In addition, uniforms contribute to the overall safety of Tyrrell.
FREE DRESS DAY – Is the last Friday of every month.
The dress code includes the following:
- All clothing must be free of drug, alcohol or tobacco slogans, gang-related or obscene/suggestive language. Violent or inappropriate pictures or drawings are not allowed.
- Pants and skirts must fit around the waist and be worn appropriately. No sag or low-rise clothing, no baggie pant legs, no short shorts (must be no more than 2 fingers above the knee), or extra long pants. Over-sized pants and pajamas are not allowed. (Pajamas might be permitted if previously scheduled as a school spirit day, sponsored by our Student Council. They are to be worn over regular clothing.)
- Safe shoes for running and jumping need to be worn. No open toed sandals or shoes/boots with a heel.
- Spaghetti straps, tube tops, half shirts, and fishnets shirts may not be worn. Tanks tops with the strap at least 3 fingers wide are allowed.
Thank you for your support in maintaining the best learning environment possible.