Dress Code

Students are expected to be dressed in good taste and appropriately for the various activities in the school.  

Guidelines:

  • One’s appearance should be such as not to draw attention away from our teaching and learning environment.
  • Offensive phrases and graphics on clothing are not acceptable.

Indoor Shoes

Provide your child with one pair of indoor shoes that can remain at school. Running shoes are the safest shoes and are great for gym class. We ask that you label all shoes and belongings that come to school. 

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