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AFA Spirit Days

What are AFA Days/AFA Spirit Days?

AFA Days are school sponsored "Dress Down"/”No Uniform” days once a month for all students. The theme for each day is decided either by AFA students through the representative democracy of our Student Government Association or by the school Administration.
Some AFA Days or additional days are hosted by the Administration or by class projects. AFA days are a way to do something a little out of the ordinary. The school daywill continue as usual - we'll just look a little different. Students will still participate in learning activities, recess/outdoor play, and their scheduled PE or Art class on this day and may not have the opportunity to dress into or out of spirit wear during the day.
Participation in AFA Days is optional. Students who choose not to participate are expected to be in complete school uniform or wear AFA Spirit Wear.

Please read the guidelines for appropriate participation in AFA Days below:
  • All shirts must have sleeves or an undershirt with sleeves.
  • Girls in Grades 5th-8th must wear full length sleeves.
  • All tops worn with pants should be mid-thigh length.
  • Students may wear their AFA t-shirts in lieu of a theme-related shirt.
  • Students in KG-8th grade must wear full length bottoms. Shorts are not allowed for KG-8th grade.
  • Girls in Grades 2-8 must wear pants or full length dresses/skirts. Jeggings, leggings, tights, or tight fitting bottoms are not permitted.
  • Students must wear closed toed shoes with sufficient soles. Sneakers or regular school shoes are preferred.
  • No sandals, boots, slippers, or "fancy" shoes.
  • Students will not be allowed to share AFA Day clothing items or accessories.
  • Please make sure that all items are labeled with the student's name.
  • All spirit day/AFA day attire must be suitable for prayer.
  • Students will not have the opportunity to change into or out of clothes for Dhuhr.
  • Students may be asked to remove accessories prior to prayer time to limit distractions in the prayer hall.