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Uniform Policy

At Golden City Child Development Center (CDC), we believe in creating a safe and inclusive learning environment for all our students. As part of our commitment to fostering a sense of community and unity, we have implemented a uniform policy that promotes equality and minimizes distractions.

Our uniform policy applies to students enrolled in K2-K5 programs at Golden City CDC and establishes guidelines for appropriate attire. By adhering to this policy, we aim to cultivate the following:

  1. Create a sense of equality amount students as everyone is dressed the same. This also eliminates any competition among students to wear trendy or expensive clothes, which can create an unhealthy environment.
  2. Uniforms can help identify students easily, which is especially important in crowded places such as field trips etc.
  3. It promotes a sense of professionalism and discipline among students. Preschool is where kids learn the basics of discipline and rules, and wearing uniforms helps to reinforce this idea.
  4. Mostly, uniforms can also be cost-effective for parents in the long run, as they do not have to worry about buying new clothes every few months, which can quickly add up.
  5. Having designated clothing that students wear to school can eliminate the need for parents to spend time choosing and coordinating outfits each day.
  6. Uniforms can also help prevent arguments or negotiations between parents and preschoolers about what to wear daily. Preschoolers may have strong opinions about what clothes they want to wear, which can lead to delays or disagreements in the morning.

Uniform Choices for Girls K2-K5

  • Polo shirt (white)
  • Blue Skirt (preferably with bike shorts) or Navy-Blue shorts or Navy Blue Long Pants

Uniform Choice for Boys K2-K5

  • Polo Shirt (white)
  • Navy Blue Shorts or Navy-Blue pants


Preschoolers may wear their uniform on Free Dress days, if they wish, and may wear other uniform items, i.e., oxford, shirts, jumpers, sweaters, jackets, athletic suits, etc. The attire should be clean and practical for very active play. Shirts do not have to be tucked in.


Belts are optional for girls and boys.

The belts stretch, as do the pants and shorts. Children can pull them up or down without unbuckling the belt if they wear it.


  • Shoes must be safe and practical for active play.
  • Flip-flops, sandals, and wheeled shoes are not acceptable.


  • Girls may choose white tights, knee-highs, anklets, or leggings with white socks.
  • Boys must wear white socks.

Exceptions and Accommodations

We understand that certain circumstances or individual needs may require exceptions to the uniform policy. Please communicate with our administration to discuss any necessary accommodation.

Enforcing the Uniform Policy

Our staff and faculty are responsible for enforcing the uniform policy. Any violations will be addressed promptly and appropriately.

We kindly request the support and cooperation of parents/guardians in ensuring that their child comes to school dressed in accordance with our uniform policy. By doing so, you contribute to the overall success and positive atmosphere of our Golden City CDC community.