Dress Code

Standards of Dress

We show respect in the way we dress at school. Please refer to the CBE Admin. Regulation 6010 (on the right side bar). At Lake Bonavista School students are encouraged to wear hats when they are outside. We remove our hats as we enter the school. 

Indoor Footwear 

We ask that students bring an extra pair of footwear (preferably white soled and suitable for use in the gym) for use inside the school. This contributes significantly to the cleanliness of our school and ensures that students are prepared in the event of an emergency evacuation of the school. We also ask that all students and adults remove wet or dirty footwear upon entering our school.

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