STUDENT DRESS CODE
Adopted: April 23, 2018
Frequency of Review: Annually
1.1 The District is committed to providing students with learning environments that are safe, responsive, and inclusive.
1.2 The District recognizes that decisions about dress reflect individual expression of identity, socio-cultural norms, and economic factors and are intensely personal.
3.1 Students may attend school and school-related functions in dress of their choice under the conditions that the choices:
3.1.1 Conform with established health and safety requirements for the intended activity; and
3.1.2 Do not promote drugs or alcohol; display offensive language or images; or encourage discrimination.
3.2 Cloverdale Traditional Elementary School may have a standard school uniform.
4.1 The Board of Education is responsible to ensure compliance with the School Act.
4.2 The Superintendent is responsible to ensure that District policy is upheld and regulations are enforced.
i. Regulation 5132 – Student Dress Code
ii. Policy 4305 – Gender Identity and Gender Expression
iii. Regulation 4305 – Gender Identity and Gender Expression
iv. The B.C. Human Rights Code