Dress Code

  • We ask that children do not wear hats while inside the school. 
  • Spaghetti straps and micro-mini skirts/shorts are not permitted. 
  • For safety reasons, all children wear shoes at all times while in the school. Please ensure that your child has a pair of indoor running shoes labeled with his/her name that can remain at the school. Running shoes are preferred, so that children have proper footwear for Phys. Ed. We would appreciate it if the soles of runners are not black as they tend to mark the floors. Shoes with wheels in the soles are not allowed in school for safety reasons.
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