We request that students are dressed appropriately for school. 

  • Caps and hats are to be removed during school hours. 
  • Ensure that emblems, printing/writing on shirts, jackets and headwear are not offensive in nature. 
  • All students are required to have a pair of runners, labeled with their name, to remain at the school. Please choose a runner with a non-marking sole to protect our gym floor.

Dress Code

We request that students are dressed appropriately for school. 

  • Caps and hats are to be removed during school hours. 
  • Ensure that emblems, printing/writing on shirts, jackets and headwear are not offensive in nature. 
  • All students are required to have a pair of runners, labeled with their name, to remain at the school. Please choose a runner with a non-marking sole to protect our gym floor.
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