Our Dress Code emphasizes the belief that all members of our community should be comfortable and be able to fully engage in their classroom learning. The Dress Code intends to establish consistent and predictable dress standards and to reduce high fashion statements and the inevitable competition and distraction that often follow. School attire and personal appearance should be neat, clean, and reflect modesty and moderation. We ask that parents support the school’s Dress Code by checking the student’s attire each morning.
 
In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, students in Grades 1 - 9 are asked to wear masks at all times on campus with the exception of designated mask breaks. Students in Grades 1 - 8 should arrive at school each day with their own mask. While students can wear a mask of their choosing, the mask should be "school appropriate" and not be distracting to the learning environment. Cloth masks that cover the nose and mouth and that fit securely on the face will be acceptable. Due to the frequency in which they slip off, bandanas/neck gaiters are not an acceptable substitute for a mask. Additionally, exhalation valve masks are not permitted. If needed, a disposable mask will be provided to any student who forgets to bring or loses a mask during the school day.
 
Navy or RA-logoed masks are available through the Patriot Store or uniform suppliers Lands' End and Tommy Hilfiger. (More information below.)

 

Dress Code Vendors

Families are free to purchase any brand of clothing that meets the standards above. Ridgefield Academy partners with Lands End and Tommy Hilfiger to offer choices that meet these dress code guidelines. Information on these vendors is below.


Spirit Wear

Ridgefield Academy/Landmark Preschool offers a variety of branded merchandise for children and adults. Items can be purchased online. You can find more information and begin shopping here!

HELPFUL RESOURCES

We realize many families plan their schedules in advance of the school term's beginning, so we'd like to offer you a preliminary calendar for the 2021-2022 year.

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