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Toronto Catholic District School Board

School Uniform
St. Gregory Appropriate Dress Code
Effective September 2011
Guidelines:
 
Top-Solid Navy Blue or White
including: dress shirts, blouses, t shirts (with or without collar, long or short sleeve), turtle necks, sweaters, vests, etc.
*All shirts must have sleeves
 
Bottom-Solid Navy Blue
including: Dress pant, chinos, skirts, skorts, shorts, active wear (wind pants, yoga pants, track pants), capris, tights, leggings, etc.
*No Denim
 
Dresses/Jumpers-Solid Navy Blue
 
*All attire is free of any logo or graphics (ie Gap, Roots, Polo, etc), but may include St. Gregory school crest

*Appropriate Dress Code includes Phys. Ed. attire

*Navy and white school spirit wear (ie 50th anniversary, swim team) permissible

*All attire worn inside the classroom (ie sweaters, hoodies) must adhere to Appropriate Dress Code guidelines

*Outerwear (jackets, sweaters, etc.) intended to be worn outside only need not comply
 
Suggestions to make the transition easier:
 
Many retailers currently offer a Navy and White “uniform” section available year round in store and online for purchase at various price points to suit a variety of budgets such as:
Old Navy, Gap, Children’s Place, Gymboree, WalMart, Zellers
 
Please be advised that this initiative is board wide and in order to avoid “out of stocks” during the busy back to school season, it is wise to shop early.
 
For those families wishing to add selected St. Gregory “spirit wear” pieces to their Appropriate Dress Code wardrobe, this option will be available shortly through a school/tcdsb approved vendor.
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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.