DRESS CODE GUIDELINES

Clothing should demonstrate a respect for the school community and the B.C. Human Rights Code.  For example, articles of clothing that promote direct or indirect messages or graphics referring to alcohol, drugs, gang culture, sex, weapons, violence, or profanity will not be permitted.  Clothing may not encourage sexism, racism, homophobia, or discrimination regarding gender identity, sexual preference, race, religion, or origin.

Clothing and footwear should also be safe and appropriate for students to participate in all school activities, including Physical and Health Education, Science, Cooking and Shops. Additionally, private parts must be covered by fabric that is not transparent.

If a student’s clothing does not meet the criteria above, it will be brought to their attention discreetly, and they will be given an opportunity to meet the guidelines.

This September, both staff and parents were consulted during the writing of these guidelines. This is a process we will repeat annually.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Sapphire Creative website for clothing programs will be unavailable for some time.  If you would like to place an order, please e-mail the order to programs@sapphirecreative.com 

 

Read SD #33 Board Policy 534 here

Read SD #33 Administrative Regulation 534.1 here

Information & Announcements

HAVE YOU READ THE RUNDLE WRAP UP?

The Rundle Wrap Up is our weekly newsletter to keep parents and guardians informed on what is happening at A.D. Rundle! It is emailed out weekly to parents; if you are not receiving it, please contact the office to update your email address. You can also find it by clicking on the Facebook or Twitter links below!

Please submit your child's immunization record to Public Health

As you may be aware, starting July 1, 2019, parents and guardians have been requested to report the vaccination status of their school-age children. All B.C. students are required to have their complete immunization records in the Provincial Immunization Registry. This applies to children from kindergarten to grade 12, in public and independent schools and those who are home-schooled. As a result of this change in protocols, Public Health staff will be checking the immunization records for kindergarten-age children before they enter the school system and are requesting that parents or guardians of children in other grades to check their child’s online immunization records and update them accordingly.  Please click the link below for more Information on how this is to be accomplished.

 

Please Note: The school does not keep a record of your child's immunizations

 


 

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