• New Uniform Policy:
    RHS students are required to wear a RHS shirt/top, appropriate bottoms (khaki pants) and a RHS student ID. RHS shirts are $10.00 and are available for sale at the school. The first ID is free and replacements are $3.00 

    Appropriate bottoms (khaki pants) color khaki must not display offensive logos, inappropriate messages, or rips or tears. Bottoms that are and resemble leggings or yoga pants are not allowed.

    Students are allowed to wear any hoodies as long as they are wearing their Roosevelt Uniform underneath. Students may not wear wave caps, scarves, bonnets or any other head dressing not associated with a known affiliation in a sincere participation of a religion during the course of the school day.  Students must wear closed-toed shoes for safety reasons unless a medical condition requires an opened-toed shoe. All medical-related shoe adjustments must be submitted in writing from a medical professional and or facility.

    Clear Bookbags:

    All students will be issued a clear bookbag, this is the only bookbag students will be allowed to bring on campus.

    Assistance with Uniforms:

    • Uniform tops can be purchased at RHS in the main office. Please contact Ms. Anderson at anderson@slps.org or 314-776-6040.
    • For financial assistance, please contact Ms. Murphy at murphy@slps.org or 314-776-6040.



    Uniform/Dress Code Expectations:
    RHS uniform/dress code expectations is in partnership with students, parent(s)/legal guardian(s), and school team members. Our expectations support a positive school culture by identifying attire that promotes school safety and student health. All students and parent(s)/legal guardian(s) are expected to follow the expectations. Questions regarding the uniform/dress code expectations are to be referred to the principal or designee. 
    Procedures for Correcting Inappropriate Attire:
    Students who do not adhere to the RHS uniform/dress code expectations will be addressed by the principal or designee for inappropriate attire. Consequences include but are not limited to Parent-Contact, In-School-Suspension, Lunch'After School Detention, and Parent Conference.