School Uniform Information

Based on information that student uniforms help to create a positive learning climate, contribute to safe schools and encourage higher standards of excellence for students in the areas of achievement and behavior, and at the request of many parents, classified staff, teachers, and administration, the Board of Education of the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District has approved MANDATORY uniforms for all students in kindergarten through eighth grade.

Our district wide school uniform will consist of dark navy blue bottoms and plain white tops.

Lampton Uniform Attire

  • White short or long sleeved shirts with collars - no athletic style T-shirts

  • Lampton shirts in white or school color

  • Dark navy blue skirts, skorts, jumpers, pants or shorts. (Denim jeans are discouraged as they easily fade and will create an undue financial burden to parents for replacement.)

  • Shoes that allow for participation in physical education (ie. tennis shoes)

  • Students may continue to wear jackets or sweaters that they have already been using for cold and/or wet weather as long as they meet the dress code. (When you replace them, please do so with navy blue or white sweaters or jackets.)

Resources will be available to assist economically disadvantaged students. Attached is a partial list of local school uniform suppliers. Inclusion on this list does not constitute endorsement by the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District. The district assumes no liability or responsibility for any supplier or its products or services, but is permitting this information to be disseminated because of the possible interest of students and parents.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact the school. Thank you for you attention to this important issue.


Cindy Rayburn


Lampton Elementary School

School dress must be neat and clean and must display a positive self-image. Student dress must not detract from the learning process, must not endanger the student’s safety, must show proper attention to modesty, and must depict a student serious about learning.

Guide to Appropriate Clothing and Grooming

Clothing in General:

  • Clothing or combination of clothing currently considered gang or tagger related is not allowed.

  • Gang markings on anything (shirts, pants, belts, shorts, jewelry, etc.) are not allowed.

  • Hats or caps are not allowed.

  • Clothing with team logos, especially Raiders, Kings, Socks or Georgetown Hoyas are not allowed.

Pants, Shorts, Skirts:

  • All clothing should not be more than 2 inches larger in the waist, thigh, and mid calf.

  • Shorts and skirts must be hemmed and should be at least mid-thigh in length (fingertip length).

  • Shorts should not extend below the knee.

  • Pants that sag below the waist, drag on the ground, or have a frayed hem or holes are not allowed.


  • All tops/blouses should cover the child’s shoulders, back, tummy and chest. Tank tops, muscle shirts, bare midriff and backless tops are not allowed.

  • Shirts that advertise alcoholic, pornographic (sexually related or obscene gestures or pictures) or have inappropriate phrases, words or pictures, or promote violence, bigotry, sexism, or illegal activities are not allowed.

  • Extra long, untucked shirts are not allowed.


  • Large hoop or extended length earrings, noisy jewelry, sharp metal rings or studs are not allowed.

  • White knee length socks may not be worn with shorts.

  • Excessive hair styles are not allowed.

  • Bandanas are not allowed.

  • Undergarments must not be visible.

  • Footwear must be appropriate, safe to run in, have no open toes, and have straps in the back.

The Lampton Elementary School Dress Code will be modified as needed to address student safety issues.