Students are expected to dress in a manner that will not detract from their learning or that of other students. Their dress attire must meet school expectations:
Be Responsible Be Respectful, Be Safe. Be a Super Shark!
Wear your school uniform with pride!
Shore Acres Elementary's adopted school uniform policy:
Expectations for student uniform:
Shirts: navy blue, white, or gray
Pants, shorts, skirts: navy blue
Hats: are NOT to be worn in class
- Hoods: are NOT to be worn on campus
Students are NOT allowed to wear:
High heel shoes, flip-flops, open toed shoes or shoes with roller wheels;
Midriff length tops, tank tops, see-through blouses, or shirts and/or tops with inappropriate writing or logos;
Ripped clothing of any kind;
Hoods of sweatshirts may not be worn on campus to help ensure safety of students and the campus;
Make-up is not considered appropriate for elementary students.
Parents of a student whose attire does not meet Dress Code Policy will be called.
Students Requiring Medication
In order for your child to receive medication at school, the office staff needs to have a signed medical form giving the school permission to administer the medication. This applies to prescription medication as well as over the counter. You may obtain this form at the school office.
The difference between a good school and a great school is the parents. You can improve your child's ability to learn and achieve success by helping your student at home and keeping a close watch on his/her schooling. You can improve your child's school year just by becoming active in it. You can help in the following ways:
1. Ensure your child attends school regularly, is on time, and has eaten a good breakfast.
2. Become a partner in the learning process by practicing and reviewing school work at home with your child. Sign or initial homework assignments.
3. Read all communications from school.
4. Check backpacks for important papers.
5. Attend all scheduled conferences and request a conference when you have concerns.
6. Let us know if you must cancel or reschedule a meeting.
7. Spend 10-15 minutes of uninterrupted time with each of your children daily.
8. Call the school if you have concerns or information that will help us.
9. Share your ideas with us.
10. Ask questions.
11. Take responsibility for replacing lost or damaged textbooks or library books.
Read with your child on a regular basis. This can be in English and/or in your primary language.
We welcome school volunteers! We ask that you first follow the volunteer clearing process. All volunteers must be fingerprinted and acquire a TB test prior being approved to volunteer.
For information regarding volunteering on campus, please contact Leticia Benitez, Community Services Assistant, at 925-458-3261 ext. 6452.