|Our uniform supplier is RJ McCarthy, situated at 1050 Boundary Road, Burnaby, B.C.
All uniform articles must be purchased at this supplier's store to keep the uniform consistent.
Navy dress pants (double knee) – no cords, cotton pants, or jeans
White polo shirt
Navy socks with black dress shoes (not runners)
Pull-over sweater or v-neck vest are mandatory. (one or the other)
Boys walking shorts (optional - for use during September to October 15 and from May 15 - end of June)
Tartan tunic - not be more than 3” above the knee or 1” below the knee
White polo shirt
Navy knee high socks or navy tights or leotards
Black dress shoes (heels no higher than 1½ inches and no ankle boots).
School cardigan sweater is mandatory.
Crested mesh navy shorts
Grey crested t-shirt and indoor runners (non- scuff).
White athletic socks are optional (for P.E. only)
Non-gym runners may be worn at recess. There will be days when only boots will be acceptable outside wear. On hot sunny days and cold days the use of hats is encouraged.
We thank you for ensuring that your child has the correct uniform. The school uniform is worn to all school sponsored events.
In regard to hair decorations and jewelry, only navy, green, white or hair colour discreet hair bands, barrettes, etc. are acceptable. No jewelry except for simple watches and small earrings (girls only), and small simple chain necklaces are permitted. Nail polish and make-up are not permitted. Hair colour must be natural. Girls’ and boys’ hair must be neat and tidy. Boys’ hair must be kept short and neat, above the collar and eyes and ears must be visible. Extreme styles are not acceptable. If your child is out of uniform, you will be sent a note asking that you correct the problem. We ask you to return the note signed so that we know you have received it.
There are clear consequences for chronic and significant non-compliance with present policy concerning proper uniform, cosmetic use and hair presentation. Specifically, a note will be sent home by the principal to parents of non-compliers, indicating the nature of the infraction(s) and the expected date for remediation. If this responsibility is not met, or there are repeated incidents of non-compliance, the student will be required to stay home from school until the appropriate corrective action is taken.
LABELLING OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS
Please ensure that every item your child wears or brings to school is carefully labeled. May we please suggest you stitch your child’s name into the sweater label as ink wears off with use and washing. If you to allow your child to bring toys to school they must be labeled. * No trading of toys is permitted.
Unlabeled items that remain in the Lost and Found will be donated at the end of each term.
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