The Greater Victoria School District invites the public to a committee meeting Monday (Dec. 4), when the topic of dress code policy for schools such as Vic High and others in the district will be discussed. The meeting gets underway at 7 p.m. at the board office. File photo

Dress code back on the table at SD61 meeting this week

The board will also meet to discuss lunch monitors and international student program

The public are invited to attend SD61’s Standing Committee meeting where the board will discuss, among other things, the update on the hotly debated district dress code.

The meeting – held once a month by the Education Policy and Directions Committee – will also consider the implementing lunch monitors for elementary schools, the International Student Program Strategic Plan, a potential moratorium on naming school sites and a review of the authorized curriculum.

RELATED: School board dress code decision delayed

Parents, guardians and educators are encouraged to attend the public meeting, Monday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. at the Tolmie Board Office (556 Boleksine Road).

kristyn.anthony@vicnews.com

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