Dress Code

Students are required to wear clothing that is appropriate for learning. Shorts and skirts should be an adequate length and tops should have lasagna straps (spaghetti straps, halter tops, or swim suits are not appropriate). Half shirts or clothing that displays inappropriate language or gestures are not allowed. 

Hats are encouraged for outdoors; they are to be removed indoors. All students should have indoor running shoes to be worn in the classroom and the gym.

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RT @MrNrod: @BattalionParkSc we celebrate the #diversity of our students, staff, and families. Check out this interactive world map to learn more. #inclusion #WeAreCBE #belonging https://t.co/OwQC2ZIOBg

RT @MrNrod: @BattalionParkSc had our first celebration of learning today. Students and staff explored #Indigenous ways of knowing, including the importance of land acknowledgements, learning from the land & being on the land. Such amazing work!!! #TRC #BPSHAWKSROCK https://t.co/LuOeP9WDm5

RT @MrNrod: In honoring reciprocity we are so excited to gift this book of what the @BattalionParkSc students learned from Elder Saa'kototo. #IndigenousEd #WEARECBE #BPSHAWKSROCK https://t.co/T4ttDEY5ga

Here we go!!! # BPSHAWKSROCK