Dress Code

Students should exercise modesty, good taste and judgement in dressing and grooming. What you wear becomes unacceptable when it goes to extremes or becomes a distraction. At JCSHS students should avoid:

  • Revealing clothes such as short shorts, halter tops, tank tops, tube tops, muscle shirts, exposed undergarments;
  • Clothing, including hats, with offensive words, slogans or pictures;
  • Jewelry that poses safety concerns (wallet chains, spiked jewelry);
  • Bandanas or anything else that can be connected to gang association/affiliation.

Students may be asked to cover inappropriate clothing or they may be sent home to change if they arrive at school with inappropriate attire

Last modified on

RT @tuscany_cbe: More messages of kindness lining the hallways at Tuscany School. What a great way to help us feel like we all belong! #BeKind #SoyezGentil https://t.co/QTsawEVBFz

‘We have to start with the conversation’ — Chief Superintendent Christopher Usih shares some thoughts on CBE CARES with Ernest Manning Television EMTV: https://t.co/6EqgoOSUc0 #WeAreCBE

RT @RadissonParkCBE: In a world where you can be anything... be kind. #RadissonParkCBE #WeAreCBE #PinkShirtDay2021 #BeKind https://t.co/HotCfAQz2w

RT @CrescentCowboys: No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. Staff and students wearing pink today for #PinkShirtDay #WeAreCBE #CowboyNation #CrescentStrong https://t.co/Ej3vASv1hM

RT @CBESomerset: #PinkShirtDay2021 assembly led by Gr.2 ambassadors & supported by a Mr.Gibb #Kindness story. #SomersetStrong #WeAreCBE https://t.co/jw8J8bcTSV