The Uniform Policy will be in effect on September 6, 2012 for St. Luigi Catholic School. All children are required to be in full uniform.
The uniform consists of any combination of white and navy blue garments i.e. Plain White Top, Navy Blue Bottom; Navy Blue Top and Navy Blue Bottom.; no denim (blue jeans).
Students should be dressed appropriately for the seasonal weather conditions. Considerations are safety, cleanliness and respectability.
WINTER— Students are to dress warmly for winter. Clothing should include: winter coats, hats, mittens or gloves, scarves and boots. When boots are worn to school, alternative footwear should be worn in school.
SUMMER— In warm months, students should dress modestly.
Clothing must not have any inscriptions whatsoever except for the school name and/or logo.
Bare midriffs, tube tops, tank tops, spaghetti straps and short shorts are not to be worn by students.
Hats can be worn outside but are to be removed upon entry to the school. Hats must not be worn in school.
Bandanas/gang related colour or paraphernalia are not permitted on school property.
Students are to be attired properly for a safe physical education class. Running shoes for gym use should not be black soled as they mark up the gym floor.
Makeup and jewelry are not appropriate for elementary students. Excessive make-up is not allowed.
All school related activities shall be governed by the dress code. School functions are governed by this dress code and are at the discretion of the principal.
Students are expected to be in full uniform in a manner that demonstrates respect for God, self and others. If students are out of uniform, parents will be notified and students may be requested to go home to change in the school uniform.
All Elementary schools within the jurisdiction of the Board shall adopt an Appropriate Dress Code or Uniform Dress Code.
All Secondary schools within the jurisdiction of the Board shall adopt a Uniform Dress Code.
Parents are encouraged to review the local dress code at their child’s school and to direct their questions to the principal of the school.