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Dress Code

School Dress Code


  • Clothing should allow for all members of the school community to play and learn in a safe and inclusive environment.
  • Tops and Bottoms must be worn to school. They must cover undergarments completely and be appropriate for playing safely on the playground. 
  • Shoes should be flat and have appropriate straps and/or laces to ensure they will not come off. Shoes should be safe for playing on cement or in grass. No shoe skates or wheeled shoes allowed due to falling risks. 
  • Hats and hoods may be worn on the playground and in the classroom.  When wearing indoors headwear must not interfere with the learning of the student.  All religious headwear is exempt.
  • Not acceptable on school grounds 
    • -Violent language or images 
    • -Images or language depicting gangs, drugs or alcohol (or any illegal item or activity) 
    • -Hate speech, profanity, pornography
    • -Images or language that create a hostile or intimidating environment based on gender, racial, cultural or religious values or which advocate gender, racial, cultural or religious prejudices.

If there is a question regarding the appropriateness of any student’s attire, and/or how the apparel is impacting student behavior or student safety (either physically or emotionally), the judgment of the school personnel will prevail.

Parents will be called to replace clothing when it is inappropriate, presents a potential hazard, or is a distraction to the educational program. If necessary, a neutral replacement garment will be provided by the school.