Dress Code

West Dalhousie School is a place where we come to work and learn together. We request that students dress appropriately for learning. 

Footwear: All students must have a pair of both indoor and outdoor running shoes. Shoes should be worn at all times as we are expected to have regular fire drills and to be prepared for emergencies. Please put your child’s name in both pairs of shoes. 

Clothing: We ask students to think about wearing appropriate clothing for learning. Students are not to wear halter tops or tops with spaghetti straps. Short shorts and tops that expose navels are also not acceptable at school. 

Please label all items of clothing as we try to return these items to their owners. We will display the lost and found items at frequent intervals, in the hallway down to the gym. All items not claimed are donated to charity. 

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