Dress Code

School is a work place for students and teachers. Young people should dress in a manner that is appropriate for this environment. Some current fashion may be inappropriate for the school setting and students are asked to use good judgment when choosing school attire.

Clothing that advertises the use of drugs or alcohol, makes sexual inferences or innuendo or that has crude language, is unacceptable. Students who do not follow the recommended dress guidelines will be asked to put on alternative clothing, and in some cases, may be asked to go home and change after their parents have been contacted.

Refer to Administrative Regulation 6010 - Standards of Dress and Grooming.

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RT @southlandbus: This week is #SchoolBusSafetyWeek! In recognition, we will be sharing daily safety tips from Oct 19th to 23rd. Tip #3: Winter Weather • Dress for the weather! Frostbite can happen in minutes. • Never leave a child at a bus stop. Weather and traffic can cause route delays. https://t.co/IaJDMOxRWM

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Spooky art done by some talented #WeAreCBE students! https://t.co/ppDj0sjO1Q

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