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DRESS CODE RATIONAL
The concept of the school uniform has been supported by the parents/guardians, students, and staff involved in planning and creating the school. Students who enroll at St. Michael C.H.S. do so with a complete awareness of the uniform requirements. Therefore, by choosing St. Michael C.H.S. students and parents agree to abide by the established School Uniform Policy. The uniform is a means of creating a distinct school identity and creating a safer school environment. Students who do not respect the code are in effect undermining these goals.


ST. MICHAEL UNIFORM POLICY
BASIC RULES
 
1. Students are expected to arrive at school and depart from school in the school dress code, and they will wear the school uniform on excursions. 
 
2. Students will comply with the dress code at all times. Any unauthorized alteration of the school uniform is unacceptable.
 
3. Students may not attend class without the proper dress code attire. The second time a student borrows uniform articles from the main office a detention will be issued.
 
4. Students taking physical education classes must wear the gym uniform. Physical education and team clothing may not be worn to class.
 
5. Clothing that is torn, ripped or cut may not be worn. Shorts and skirts must not be shortened or rolled. The length must be appropriate. All shirts must be size appropriate and must be worn neatly.
 
 
 
 
ST. MICHAEL UNIFORM POLICY
SPECIFIC DETAILS
 
1. Head Accessories - Hats, caps, scarves, bandanas and non-uniform sweaters are not allowed and will result in the item being confiscated.
 
2. Uniform Shirts - All students must have a collared uniform shirt on at all times. Only solid white, navy blue or dark green coloured t-shirts may be worn beneath the uniform.
 
3. Uniform Pants - Pants must be worn appropriately. No sagging or over-sizing is allowed. Undergarments should not be exposed and pant length should not be dragging. Pant bottoms may not be split, widened, or tucked into socks or boots.
 
4. The Kilt - The dress tartan (Blackwatch) must be worn with dress shoes and knee high navy or dark green socks or solid coloured tights only. The dress tartan may not be worn with athletic shoes, or with “flip-flops.” The dress tartan must be worn at an appropriate length, only slightly above the knee. Girls may need to purchase a new tartan as they grow in height. Shorts and the dress tartan may not be rolled.
 
5. Accessories - Accessories such as jewellery, backpacks and make-up must not display vulgar, violent, or sexually suggestive language or images.  Students are not permitted to wear any accessories deemed unacceptable by the school’s administration.This may include but is not limited to: gloves, armbands, chains, pins, sunglasses, belt buckles excessive jewellery, excessive make-up, multi-coloured nail polish, neck ties, suspenders, etc.
 
6. Sweaters, Coats, Boots and Hats - All sweaters worn must be uniform sweaters. Coats and hats are to be worn outside only – coats and hats must be removed upon entering the building - all coats and hats must be left in the lockers. Boots are not to be worn to classes at any time. (e.g. UGG boots, steel toed work boots, winter boots, etc.)


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