Dress Code

Students’ clothing should allow for full participation in regular school classes (including gym) and special activities. 

Style of dress should be appropriate for the school environment and not be a possible distraction from learning. We discourage children from wearing short skirts, skorts and shorts, low riding pants, muscle/tank tops (unless a T-shirt is worn underneath) halter tops, tube tops, racer backs and spaghetti strap tops. Stomachs and midriffs must be covered and any logos or words on shirts must be appropriate for school. Hats, bandanas, toques, hoods and gloves will not be permitted to be worn in the classroom. Students are also discouraged from wearing make up and perfume/cologne to school. Students are not to wear “heelys”-style shoes.

Dress for the Weather

Students are reminded to dress appropriately for the weather, as they are expected to go outside for recesses. Also, we ask that students choose clothing that is respectful to themselves and others. Therefore ensure clothes are free of  inappropriate comments or drawings and fit properly with appropriate coverage. Please do not wear anything around your neck unless it has a tear-away clasp. This includes such items as: leather or rope necklaces, scarves 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. Students are not to wear “heelys”-style shoes.

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