Students are to be encouraged to dress and groom themselves in a clean and tidy manner which is appropriate to the community in which the school is located.
- Extremes in dress and grooming are to be avoided.
- A dress code is not to impose a financial hardship on any student.
- It is the responsibility of the Principal and the school council to determine a more precise statement of acceptable dress and grooming for their school.
- A Principal may send a student who is in violation of the dress code home to change into appropriate attire.
Section 31 Education Act
Occupational Health and Safety
Tobacco and Smoking Reduction Act
Review by the Minister Information Bulletin 3.5.1
Approved: April 15, 1996
Amended: November 13, 2000; August 21, 2018