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For Community Mass, School Assemblies, Community and School Outings and other School Functions
White golf shirt (short sleeve) and polo shirt (long sleeve) with collar New is the Navy blue golf shirt (short sleeve shirt)
Navy blue: skort long pants or walking shorts
Navy blue vest with St. Agatha logo
Dark shoes and socks (for functions away from St. Agatha Catholic School)
White golf shirt, polo shirt (with collar) or white turtlenecks
Navy blue: long pants, walking shorts, skort, skirt, jumper, (no logo tabs or tags)
Navy blue vest / long sleeved V-neck pullover, zippered fleece vest (NEW)
or zip polo with St. Agatha logo
Footwear at discretion of parents, excluding flip-flops
ANY logo wear other than the St. Agatha logo for any tops and pants
White T-shirts
Jeans /denim wear of any description
Gym uniform or track pants (except for JK/SK students - please see below )
—consists of: ash-grey T-shirt with St. Agatha Sharks logo, navy blue jersey knit shorts with St. Agatha Sharks logo or solid navy blue track/sweat pants
Appropriate gym clothes are to be worn:
school gym uniform Grades 4 –8
—gym shorts (should fit so that they give flexible movement and are not revealing when a student is in motion)
—long T-shirts (no offensive logos or half-shirts)
—socks and running shoes (no soles that mark the gym floor)
—clothes should be taken home regularly to be cleaned
From May 20th until Thanksgiving (Summer uniform in effect)

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.