Dress Code

Students at King George dress respectfully for an active school environment, and comfortably for a variety of settings. Students wear clothing that is appropriate in length and coverage, reflects a positive image of the student and school, and contributes to a safe learning environment. Based on our belief in a “dress for work” concept, students select attire and dress mindfully by using good judgement and respecting themselves and others.

  • Our pants, shorts, skirts, and tops do not reveal underclothing.
  • We remove our hats, toques, hoods and caps when we enter the building, which does not apply to head coverings for religious or medical purposes.
  • We wear and change our indoor and outdoor shoes accordingly, and our shoes are appropriate for physical education classes.
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RT @tuscany_cbe: Setting up our display at @yyCBEdu Education Centre which illustrates our journey of ahsokiniksii (to be wisely aware & to notice deeply) & ohkakiiyosit (when knowledge branches out). Ss created land-art to demonstrate their learning. #landbasedlearning @Indigenous_cbe @CbeArea1 https://t.co/OdJ4MvEXpg

There are no classes for CBE students on Friday, Sept. 23 because it’s a system-wide non-instructional day. Have a fun, safe long weekend! #WeAreCBE https://t.co/kJIWeVbOFn

RT @cranston_school: Grade threes are building their knowledge of the Holistic Lifelong Learning Framework! #wearecbe @Indigenous_cbe https://t.co/2U2iaLHG4c

RT @CPCobras: Oki O’ko! Today is the first day of autumn, also known as the fall equinox. The sun and moon will share the sky equally today. What are some signs that nature provides us to signal the change in season? #okioko #WeAreCBE https://t.co/S5pEvaGAa8

RT @cmhsrams: The body has left for @CrescentCowboys to begin the electrical car building partnership between schools. It will be returned for the final paint job. #WeAreCBE #ProudToBeCBE https://t.co/Q4Mn5IZBxu