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Toronto Catholic District School Board


Local Uniform Dress Code


At Michael Power/St. Joseph, the school uniform is worn throughout the school day, including during lunch and spares.

Additional clothing items are not to be worn with the uniform, including, but not limited to: hats, head ties, scarves, sweat shirts that are not the R.J. McCarthy monogrammed polo shirt.

All students will be required to wear the full McCarthy uniform as outlined below.


Required Items:

      • ​​R. J. McCarthy grey pants.
      • ​R. J. McCarthy navy or white short or long sleeve monogrammed golf shirt.
      • ​Black shoes only. Shoes cannot have logos or other colours​
      • ​High cuts/boots/flip flops/sandals are not permitted. Shoes must not be above the ankle.
            • ​​​​Moccasins, slippers, Uggs or construction boots are not permitted.
            •  ​​​​All students must wear socks with their shoes.
Optional Uniform Items:
      • ​R. J. McCarthy monogrammed navy polo sweatshirt. This must be worn with a navy or white golf shirt underneath. 
      • ​Grade 12 students may wear the burgundy grad golf shirt instead of the navy or white one

Summer  Uniform (May, June, September)

 In place of R.J. McCarthy grey pants, students may wear

      • ​R.J. McCarthy navy, knee length, walking shorts. 
            • ​​​​Shorts must be regulation knee length -3 inches above the knee- not shorter. 
      • ​ ​All other items must be worn as above.​


Dress Code in TCDSB Schools

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.
















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