Please find our student handbook for our Prince of Peace students.
This handbook will greatly assist you in finding everything you need at Prince of Peace School as well as remind students of our expectations.
This includes: Our Code of Conduct, our Progressive Discipline Plan, Dress Code, Homework Policy and much more.
Prince of Peace Student Handbook 2019-2020
For our 3Ps Code of Conduct, open the following:
Prince of Peace Code Conduct
STUDENT DRESS AND APPEARANCE CODE
As a Catholic district, the goal of our ‘Dress and Appearance Code’ is to provide a positive and safe learning environment that will reflect our virtues of decency, modesty and respect. Student dress and appearance shall be appropriate for educational activities and not cause a disruption to the educational process. Students are also required to wear appropriate footwear and clothing for indoor activities and physical education. Specifically, but not limited to:
- Outerwear (i.e. coats, jackets etc.), sunglasses, hats or headgear shall be left in the student’s backpack or other designated area.
- Emblems, printing/writing on shirts, jackets and headwear shall be in harmony with Catholic values and beliefs.
- Shorts and skirts shall be in good repair and of appropriate length (mid-thigh or lower).
- Appropriate footwear shall be worn at all times. Clothes, jewelry or accessories which create a safety or health concern or threaten to cause disruption to the educational process, are prohibited.
Specifically, the following are prohibited:
- Midriff shirts, halter tops, spaghetti straps, muscle shirts
- Pictures or words on clothing that are indecent or disrespectful to others
- Visible undergarments
- Torn or ripped clothing
- Garments revealing bare back, shoulders, plunging necklines or those made of sheer or fishnet fabrics.
- Clothing or accessories that depict or symbolize alcohol, drugs, violence, gang associations or inappropriate language/messages
- Heavy or spiked chains.
Students not complying with the ‘Dress and Appearance Code’ will be asked to change into more appropriate attire. It will be viewed as defiant behavior if the student repeatedly violates the ‘Dress and Appearance Code’.