With the start of a new school year just around the corner, The Salvation Army of Michigan City would like to remind families with school-aged children that a School Uniform Exchange program is available for parents in need.This program offers gently-used clothing that fits the guidelines of the “Dress for Success” dress code for families who are financially unable to purchase clothing in the appropriate size for their children. Parents can bring in school uniforms that no longer fit their children and exchange it for the correct size, according to the Salvation Army.While this program operates throughout the school year, The Salvation Army of Michigan City encourages parents to visit the office, located at 1201 S. Franklin St., on Tuesdays and Thursdays prior to the start of the upcoming school year to make exchanges.The office is open from 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm.The Salvation Army accepts donations of clothing, including school uniforms, throughout the year. The MCAS dress code includes cotton twill, cotton poly or corduroy pants or shorts that are navy, khaki, gray or black in color; and shirts must have a collar and be a solid color in gray, white navy blue, light blue or black.  Shirts may be polo, turtleneck or Oxford style with long or short sleeves. Not permitted are jeans, cargo pants, wide legs, dropped crotch, sagging, spandex, leggings or T-shirts.More information regarding the school dress code is available at www.educatemc.net, and more information regarding the School Uniform Exchange program is available by contacting The Salvation Army of Michigan City at (219) 874-6885.