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Cahawba Christian Academy

The mission of Cahawba Christian Academy is to provide a Christ-centered environment where students are challenged to achieve both spiritual and academic excellence.

DRESS CODE

Girls may wear properly fitting khaki, blue, black, or denim slacks, skirts/shorts (must reach the bottom of the knee), cargo pants, or capris.

Boys may wear properly fitting khaki, blue, black, or denim slacks, shorts (must reach the bottom of the knee).

All students must wear a white, black, or orange polo, golf shirt, or CCA sanctioned spirit shirt.

All students involved in P.E. must wear tennis shows. Girls may wear sandals with heel straps.

NO FLIP FLOPS OR HIGH HEELS.

For more information regarding dress code, please refer to the Student-Parent Handbook.

Failure to adhere to this dress code will result in the parent being called to either bring appropriate attire or take the student home.
Your cooperation is greatly appreciated in this matter.

SICK POLICY

In order to help stop viruses and other sicknesses from becoming school wide, we need you to follow a few guidelines when deciding whether or not to send your child to school if he/she is sick. If your child has a fever of 100 degrees or more, please keep them at home. Do not give fever reducing medications and send them to school. If your child has vomited or had diarrhea more than twice during the night, they are to stay at home the next day. We realize that this will not always be convenient for some of you because you need to work, but it is not fair to your child to send them to school sick, nor is it fair to expose other children to the sickness. We, as the responsible adults, need to work together to stop the spread of illnesses and to look out for the welfare of our children.

Thank you for your assistance with this matter.