Dress Code

Dress for Learning

We ask that students choose clothing that is respectful to themselves and others. Therefore the clothes are free of inappropriate comments or drawings and fit properly with appropriate coverage. Please do not wear any item around your neck unless it has a tear-away clasp. This includes such items as: leather or rope necklaces, scarfs worn outside your coat, or anything that would cause a serious safety hazard.

Footwear

All students are required to have indoor shoes that they change into every day. Proper footwear (runners) is required for daily physical education.

Dress for the Weather

Students are reminded to dress appropriately for the weather, as they are expected to go outside for recesses. Also, many fire and lock down drills are held without warning. Therefore it is essential that students wear indoor footwear at all times.

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