Uniform Policy

 

Uniform Consequences

This list is not all-inclusive nor does it imply that each consequence must be exercised before moving to subsequent consequences. Students with uniform problems will be dealt with in the following manner:

First Problem

Student is reported to office through contact with staff member.
Vice Principal (or designate) contacts parent.

Second Problem

Student is reported to office through contact with staff member.
Vice Principal (or designate) contacts parent, appropriate detention/consequence may be assigned. Warning is issued regarding parent/student/vice principal conference for next uniform problem.

Third Problem

Student is reported to office through contact with staff member.
Student is not allowed in class until parent conference is completed.
Suspension for neglect of duty/moral tone of school/opposition to authority may be enforced.

Fourth Problem

Suspension for neglect of duty/moral tone of school/opposition to authority.

The above consequences are a guideline but do not override the need for immediate action when required. Some areas of neglect:

  1. Non uniform pants.
  2. Untucked shirts in hallways and classrooms.
  3. Wrong shoes.
  4. T-shirts under uniform shirts with writing/logos.
  5. Dry-cleaning a uniform is not an acceptable excuse for being out of the uniform.
  6. Chains of any description are not part of the uniform and are not allowed, including during civvies days.
  7. HATS ARE NOT TO BE WORN ON SCHOOL PROPERTY AT ANYTIME.

We recognize that the majority of students wear the uniform correctly and with pride. We appreciate your support and continued co-operation in these matters.

Note: Notwithstanding the above, the principal will take immediate and appropriate action in any situation involving the welfare of others.