The school will determine which articles of clothing are appropriate for our learning environment and advise the student and their parent/guardian accordingly. Students are expected to maintain acceptable dress and hats are to be removed upon entry to the school. The following are general, but not exhaustive, guidelines:

  • Students are required to dress respectfully and appropriately at all times.
  • Students require a pair of indoor shoes suitable for gym and classroom use.
  • Students are expected to wear appropriate outdoor clothing that will ensure their comfort outside at recess, lunch time and outdoor class activities.
  • Footwear used in outdoor activities must be sturdy enough to minimize the risk of injury.
  • Individual expression and fashion trends must fall within the bounds of safety and good taste and should not be distracting to student learning.

The following are examples of unacceptable clothing:

  • Suggestive / rude slogans on shirts
  • Belly shirts, spaghetti straps, visible underwear or pyjamas
  • Mini shorts or skirts (fingertip length is our gauge)
  • Hats or caps in the school

Indoor Shoe Policy

We take particular pride in our school. It is a place that focuses on a learning environment that demonstrates regard and respect for our building and honors the hard work of our teachers, staff and facility operator. 

Please ensure your child has two pairs of shoes – indoor and outdoor. We ask that all students wear indoor shoes that
are non-marking and can be used for your child’s daily physical education classes. Running shoes are preferred.

Dress Code

The school will determine which articles of clothing are appropriate for our learning environment and advise the student and their parent/guardian accordingly. Students are expected to maintain acceptable dress and hats are to be removed upon entry to the school. The following are general, but not exhaustive, guidelines:

  • Students are required to dress respectfully and appropriately at all times.
  • Students require a pair of indoor shoes suitable for gym and classroom use.
  • Students are expected to wear appropriate outdoor clothing that will ensure their comfort outside at recess, lunch time and outdoor class activities.
  • Footwear used in outdoor activities must be sturdy enough to minimize the risk of injury.
  • Individual expression and fashion trends must fall within the bounds of safety and good taste and should not be distracting to student learning.

The following are examples of unacceptable clothing:

  • Suggestive / rude slogans on shirts
  • Belly shirts, spaghetti straps, visible underwear or pyjamas
  • Mini shorts or skirts (fingertip length is our gauge)
  • Hats or caps in the school

Indoor Shoe Policy

We take particular pride in our school. It is a place that focuses on a learning environment that demonstrates regard and respect for our building and honors the hard work of our teachers, staff and facility operator. 

Please ensure your child has two pairs of shoes – indoor and outdoor. We ask that all students wear indoor shoes that
are non-marking and can be used for your child’s daily physical education classes. Running shoes are preferred.

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