Dress Code

Uniforms and Dress Code
Rosewood STEM Magnet of Urban Planning and Urban Design is a mandatory uniform school.  Rosewood school colors are blue and white, but students may also wear grey, navy and light blue polo shirts. Plaid skirts, jumpers and skorts are encouraged.  Thursday is College Day and students are expected to wear a college shirt or other college attire.  Friday is school spirit day and students are asked to wear their I Love My School or My School Rocks t-shirts or hoodies. 
We use Carrusel School Uniforms, and a portion of the sales comes back to the school. With the exception of logo items, most of the uniform items under "uniforms" in the "About Us" section can be purchased at stores like Target, Walmart, Sears, etc.
If you are unable to purchase your child a uniform, please contact Mrs. Crowder.  Mrs. Crowder takes students to Operation School Bell monthly.
NOTE: Uniforms are required  
Dress Code  - The DRESS CODE guidelines was included in the Parent Homework Packet and additional copies are available in the Main Office.
Students must come to school neat and clean.
Closed toed shoes must be worn, no heels, sandals ,skele-toes, wedge shoes,or Crocs as they pose safety issues.
Heelys and Wheelies (shoes with rollers) are not permitted at school. Students will either be asked to remove the wheels or phone home for a replacement pair of shoes.
Socks must be worn at all times.
Clothing known to represent gang affiliation is prohibited.
Clothing which creates a disruption or is considered offensive is prohibited.
Female students wearing skirts and playing on the apparatus must wear shorts under the skirt.
Caps may be worn on the yard for sun protection, but cannot be worn backwards. Caps are not to be worn in the classroom or during assemblies.
Short shorts, mini skirts, tank tops, midriff tops, and tops with spaghetti straps are prohibited. Straps must be no thinner than 2 inches in width.
Makeup is not to be worn to school or brought to school. Nail polish is not permitted at school.
Artificial and acrylic nails are discouraged. If these types of nails are worn, they must be tastefully polished and of an appropriate length. Students failing to follow these guidelines will be asked to have the nails removed. These nails pose safety issues.
Tattoos are not to be displayed at school. Tattoos need to be in an area that can be covered by a sleeve or a pant leg, etc.
Hoop or dangling earrings and chains are prohibited at school because of safety concerns. Students will be asked to remove the earrings or other jewelry that may pose a risk.

We want all of Rosewood's students to be focused on their job, which is learning. We believe that respectful and responsible students make the best learners!