Dress Code

Cold Weather

It is essential that students come to school warmly dressed in their winter coats with a hat or hood, mitts and boots every day during the winter. Children need to be prepared in case an emergency should arise.  If your child comes to school without proper winter outdoor clothing, we will phone and ask you to bring appropriate clothing to the school. It is important that the students dress warmly, as they will be expected to be outside until the entry bells ring at 8:15 AM and 12:48 PM.

Warmer Weather

As the weather gets warmer, please remember that students are expected to dress modestly (no short shorts, extra short skirts, bare tummies or tops that do not cover the shoulders). Students still require proper foot wear for physical education class. If your child is inappropriately dressed, we may phone you to bring adequate clothes or we may provide a shirt to cover up.

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