Dress Code

Students are expected to be neat and tidy in their clothing and personal care.  Our dress code is intended to promote a positive and professional learning atmosphere. Unacceptable attire includes, but is not limited to: clothing with inappropriate language and/or symbols (i.e. marijuana leaf, references to drugs or alcohol), excessively torn clothing, “belly” shirts, halter or tube tops and muscle shirts..  Skirts and shorts must be of a modest (fingertip) length and it is encouraged that shirts/tops have sleeves.  Teachers will consult and determine the appropriateness of a clothing item.  If deemed inappropriate students may be required to wear gym shirt, or the parent will be called to bring in appropriate attire.

Outside coats or jackets are not to be worn to classes.  They must be left in lockers.

Backpacks/purses cannot be taken into classrooms.  They must be left in lockers and used to take belongings to and from school only.

Hatsare permitted in the school.

Physical Education

Students are required to change for physical education classes to facilitate proper hygiene, participation and safety in class. Students are required to wear athletic shorts or sweat pants, t-shirt, and proper athletic footwear.  It is also recommended that you use and keep deodorant in your locker (NO spray deodorants, please). Additional warm clothing may be needed for outdoor activities on cool days. Student names should appear on all items of clothing. Bombers gear is available for purchase at the school.  Please see PE staff for details.

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