Dress Code

Students are expected to attend school in neat, clean and acceptable attire.  Clothing that promotes alcohol, drugs, coarse language, inappropriate or suggestive language is unacceptable for school.  Halter tops, spaghetti straps, crop tops, 'short' shorts or very short skirts will not be permitted.  Shorts and skirts should pass the 'fingertip test' (shorts/skirts should be no shorter than fingertips when arms/hands are extended at the sides of the body).  The bottom of tops should meet the tops of bottoms (no midriff revealed).  Outer garments/clothing must cover undergarments.  Pajamas are not appropriate dress for school (with the exception of Spirit Days).  Ball caps should not be worn inside the building.  The school will insist on this Dress Code and students in violation of the Code will be asked to change into other clothing as provided by the student or from the Lost and Found. Shoes must be worn at all times.  Students may be required to change into appropriate Phys. Ed clothing as outlined by the OPHEA Physical Education Safety Guidelines.

Cold Weather

Students are expected to go outside during the winter months unless the temperature is below -20C with the wind chill. Please ensure your child dresses warmly.

  • Students should wear a warm coat, hat, gloves/mittens and boots when it snows.
  • We recommend sending an extra pair of mittens and socks in case the first pair gets wet.