Dressing for Success

School is the place of work for our students and staff and all of us are asked to dress in a professional manner. Clothing that is too revealing or contains inappropriate sayings should not be worn at school. Wheeled shoes are dangerous and should not be worn on school property. Hats of all kinds should be removed as students enter the building. 

Some of our students and staff are sensitive to scented products (e.g. perfume, cologne, body products) so please help us respect the learning environment and do not use these items when coming to school.

Everyone, including visitors, is asked to remove their wet/dirty shoes as they enter our building so that we can keep our hallways clean and dry and prevent accidents.  All students are required to have a pair of indoor shoes, as well as, outdoor shoes.  Indoor shoes should be a pair of running shoes for physical education class with non-marking soles.

Dress Code

Dressing for Success

School is the place of work for our students and staff and all of us are asked to dress in a professional manner. Clothing that is too revealing or contains inappropriate sayings should not be worn at school. Wheeled shoes are dangerous and should not be worn on school property. Hats of all kinds should be removed as students enter the building. 

Some of our students and staff are sensitive to scented products (e.g. perfume, cologne, body products) so please help us respect the learning environment and do not use these items when coming to school.

Everyone, including visitors, is asked to remove their wet/dirty shoes as they enter our building so that we can keep our hallways clean and dry and prevent accidents.  All students are required to have a pair of indoor shoes, as well as, outdoor shoes.  Indoor shoes should be a pair of running shoes for physical education class with non-marking soles.

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