Dress Code

Indoor/Outdoor Shoes

In order to keep the school clean and safe, children are required to keep a pair of running shoes at school for indoor use only. These shoes must have light colored soles. If students are unable to tie their own shoes they should have slip-ons or Velcro straps. 

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RT @cranston_school: What a privilege to view these artifacts of Indigenous learning at the Ed Centre, as our own students honour Orange Shirt Day @cranston_school https://t.co/viehPzWsEK

Our learning community will reflect today by walking together around the perimeter of our school to see the feathers and other artwork that we have all worked on this week in advance of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30. #TruthAndReconciliation https://t.co/IxOxbQWb66

Recognizing all the Indigenous children who endured the residential school system and starting our day through reflections about #orangeshirtday at a student-led assembly this morning. https://t.co/J6NbZ5TxIh

This week with students, we’ll be creating further awareness & deepening understanding of residential schools, ahead of #orangshirtday. This link from @AHS_media may help families to also reflect at home, through discussions about truth & reconciliation. https://t.co/tSaWxmpKwW

RT @CBCKids: Teachers — looking for content to add to your lessons on #OrangeShirtDay? A special CBC Kids News discussion “Reconciliation in the Classroom" premieres live on YouTube Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 9 a.m. ET & will be available all week to honour the #NationalDayForTruthAndReconciliation https://t.co/EICTeWimQd