Preschool Dress Code


Preschool Dress Code

Closed-toed shoes, such as tennis shoes, are best for playing. Open-toed sandals, flip flops, dress shoes, crocs, etc can be a climbing, tripping, running, playing hazard.  

Each child is required to provide a full change (or changes) of clothing to be left at the preschool in case of an accident.  This includes a top, bottoms, underwear, and socks. All clothing should be marked with child's name.

Children are encouraged to bring a labeled jacket or sweater that can be left at preschool during the cooler months.

Children should be wearing clothing they can easily manage to unfasten and refasten when going to the bathroom. Suspenders, belts, onesies,  rompers, overalls are all adorable and cute, but can cause a bathroom accident if it can't be undone quickly enough!

Children can, and will, get messy during the day. Children should be sent to preschool in clothing that can easily be laundered. When painting, the child often gets paint on their hands, arms, and any clothing not covered by our paint aprons, and while washable paint is used, it can stain some clothing. 


© 2022 Bethany Lutheran Preschool   |   4644 Clark Ave., Long Beach, CA US 90808