Dress Code

The RTCS parent and staff committee has established the following “casual coordinates” for their standardized dress code. All students will be required to wear as a minimum, a school shirt with a logo (depends on grade), and black or beige bottoms at school and when representing the school in the community.

All Rosedale Traditional Community School students (Grades K to 9) are required to purchase their traditional school uniforms online. The school will no longer carry full stock, just a few items as a backup. Sizes are very limited, so please consider your uniform needs ahead of time, and allow two weeks for delivery of all online orders.

GIRLS & BOYS: Bottoms: Students will purchase these items separately:

  • Black or Beige Pants or Shorts that must be one solid colour (No tattered, torn or worn out pants or shorts).

 Guidelines:

  • All students must have Shirts and One School Hoodie
  • T-shirts underneath must be solid White, Red or Black
  • Pants or shorts must be solid Black or Beige, including black jeans, yoga pants, and Rosedale Ravens shorts and sweat pants
  • Only RTCS Athletic Gear can be worn in P.E. class. Team Athletic Wear may be worn on Game Days
  • All Footwear must be appropriate to classroom setting
  • Uniforms must be worn except on Casual Fridays or Special Sanctioned RTCS days
  • Staff have the right to ask students to change if anything that is worn is found to be offensive or not appropriate.

Athletics: GYM STRIP - Grade 7, 8, & 9 only; Prescribed (purchased from school)

  • Tee-Shirt (grey) with large “RAVENS” logo (red)
  • Black shorts with “white” sports logo
  • Black/Grey Hooded sweat shirt with “RAVENS” sports logo -Optional
  • Black/Grey sweat pants “RAVENS” sports logo – Optional

Please call the school at 604-794-7124 if you have any questions.

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Integrated Arts and Technology K - 12 Program

The Chilliwack School District is pleased to offer an Integrated Arts and Technology opportunity at AD Rundle Middle School beginning September 2020 for students in grades 6 - 8. An integrated arts and technology approach encourages curiosity, open-mindedness, and a willingness to think “outside the box” within an interdisciplinary, collaborative learning environment. This cohort precedes the opening of the new Integrated Arts and Technology Secondary School (September 2021).

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