The O'Farrell Charter School

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Free Dress Status

Free Dress is a privilege that can be earned by the entire school each Friday through good behavior.  Whether students have earned free dress is announced each Thursday at the end of the day and can be found here.  Types of behavior that stop the student body from earning free dress are fighting, vandalism, excessive trash at lunch and nutrition break, excessive uniform violations, and other behavior that does not reflect the Falcon Way.
Help each other to live the Falcon Way and keep earning Free Dress!
Date and Status
August 24, 2018: Free Dress
August 31, 2018: Free Dress
September 7, 2018: Free Dress
September 14, 2018: Free Dress
September 21, 2018: Free Dress
September 28, 2018: Free Dress
October 5, 2018: Free Dress
October 12, 2018: Must be in uniform
October 19, 2018: Free Dress
October 26, 2018: Free Dress
November 2, 2018: Free Dress
November 9, 2018: Free Dress
November 16, 2018: Free Dress
November 30, 2018: Free Dress
December 7, 2018: Must be in uniform
December 14, 2018: Free Dress
December 21, 2018: Winter Break
December 28, 2018: Winter Break
January 4, 2019: Free Dress
January 11, 2019: Free Dress
January 18, 2019: Free Dress
January 25, 2019: Free Dress
February 1, 2019: Free Dress
February 8, 2019: Free Dress
February 15, 2019: School Holiday
February 22, 2019: Free Dress
March 1, 2019: Must be in uniform
March 8, 2019: Must be in uniform
March 15, 2019: Must be in uniform
March 22, 2019: Free Dress
March 29, 2019: Spring Break
April 5, 2019: Free Dress
April 12, 2019: Free Dress
April 19, 2019: No School
April 26, 2019: Must be in uniform
May 3, 2019: Must be in uniform
May 10, 2019: Free Dress
May 17, 2019: Free Dress
May 24, 2019: Free Dress
May 31, 2019: Free Dress
June 7, 2019: Free Dress
Free Dress Policy

Congratulations on earning a free dress day! We are so proud of you and your efforts. We want you to enjoy your reward but we also want you to be safe and look your best. Please follow the following guidelines when preparing your outfit. Your outfit will be checked at the entrance gate and by your teachers throughout the day.

Color Requirements: Your ENTIRE outfit cannot be more than 50% red, blue or green. If you wear a red shirt, do not wear red pants. If you wear green pants, do not wear a green shirt. A solid red/blue/green shirt is fine, as long as you wear different color pants and shoes. Gang association is not allowed. The school will determine if an outfit appears to be gang-related.





· Your shirts cannot have inappropriate writing of any kind. This includes ANY gang or drug references. You cannot wear “SD,” “San Diego,” or “Calvin Klein.”


· No inappropriate logos that display drugs or alcohol.


· Wear appropriate shirts that are not revealing, see-through, and don’t show your midriff. Shirts cannot be low-cut.


· Your shirts must have sleeves so don’t wear any tank or halter tops. Undergarments may not show.


· If you wear a sweatshirt with a hood, remember not to wear the hood on campus.





· Make sure your pants are the appropriate length, aren’t baggy and aren’t skin tight.


· Your pants/shorts cannot have inappropriate writing or logos of any kind. This includes ANY gang or drug references. You cannot wear “SD,” “San Diego,” or “Calvin Klein.”


· No sweatpants, joggers, or pajamas.


· Jeans may not have ANY rips or tears in them.


Shoes and Socks



· Shoes must be closed toed shoes. No sandals or house shoes/slippers.


· Any color is acceptable, keeping in mind that your entire outfit cannot be more than 50% red, blue or green.





· Jewelry can’t have letters, numbers or words.


· No hats, sunglasses, or bandannas.


Remember, students have earned this non-uniform day as a privilege. Problems arising from not being in uniform will result in disciplinary action for the students involved. We have tried to make adjustments to make this day as great as possible. Make this a safe, fun day!