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Uniform Policy for 2018-2019

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 Shirts

Allowed

  • Polos in Red, White, Grey
  • Richland T-Shirts (only capital campaign & spirit wear shirts)
  • Monogrammed/Appliqué (raised stitching) shirts in red, white, grey with R or Richland ONLY and must only use Richland uniform colors – red, white, grey, black, navy in monogram/appliqué fabric and stitching.

Not Allowed

  • No SCREEN PRINT (sticker like) Shirts – including Richland or R fonts, Minecraft/Star Wars fonts
  • Monograms/Appliqués that include pictures – school buses, apples, etc.

 


 Dresses

Allowed

  • POLO dresses in red, white, or grey ONLY
  • Monogrammed/Appliqué (raised stitching) dresses in red, white, grey with R or Richland ONLY and may only use Richland uniform colors – red, white, grey, black, navy in monogram/appliqué fabric and stitching.
  • JUMPERS in khaki, navy, and black

 


 Bottoms

Allowed

  • PANTS, SKIRTS/SKORTS (to knees), & SHORTS (to knees)- in solid colors khaki, navy, & black.
  • LEGGINGS are not pants. They may only be worn under a dress & must be SOLID white, black, navy or grey.
  • JEANS – are only permitted on Fridays when the student has no tardies/absences for the week and special occasions.

Not Allowed

  • Jeans – except on designated days
  • Leggings – as pants

 


 Jackets/Sweaters/Sweatshirts

Allowed

  • Solid Richland colors (black, navy, grey, white, red)

Not Allowed

  • NO writing, logos, teams

 


 Shoes

Allowed

  • Must have a strap on the back

Not Allowed

  • NO CROCS

 

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School Recognition

Mrs. McNary Receives National Honor – National Class of Distinguished Principals 2013

Photo:Brad Vest, The Commercial Appeal

Business United to Recognize Educators has selected Richland Elementary as the School of the Month! - July 2012


Allyson Chick, a third-grade teacher at Richland elementary, is the first Memphis teacher in several decades named Tennessee teacher of the year.

Photo:Kyle Kurlick, The Commercial Appeal

Adopters