TESTIMONY OF SCHOOL DRESS
It is our desire that the students of FBCS reflect a wholesome Christian testimony in every way, including the way in which they dress. We believe that there is a definite relationship between good dress habits, good work habits and proper school behavior. Therefore, we require each student to come to school dressed in a way that denotes a readiness to learn and not a readiness to play.
Frenchtoast.com is our official dress code provider and our school code is QS5NHLQ. Every item in our customized online catalog is approved for school wear. The navy blue polo shirt with the FBCS embroidered logo is required for chapel for all students, grades K-8. There are short and long sleeved options. All other items on our FBCS site/catalog are approved items for purchase, with or without the logo. It is not required that you purchase your other dress code items from French Toast, but you have the option to and it gives you a better idea of what is allowed.
Kindergarten-Grade 8: Chapel (Wednesdays)
Kindergarten-Grade 8: Regular - Boys and Girls:
Summer- Boys and Girls (first 12 school days of September & after Memorial Day):
Kindergarten-Grade 8: Gym
Sneakers and school-issued uniform consisting of gray t-shirt with navy shorts or sweatpants, and optional sweatshirt.
Students in all grades remain in their gym uniforms during the day of their gym class.
Chapel dress is required every Wednesday.
School programs/special functions: Students may be required to wear dress clothes (dress, skirt or jumper for girls and shirt/tie/dress pants for boys).
Dress Down Days: We will occasionally have "dress down days" where students will be allowed to wear appropriate jeans, tee shirts and sweat shirts. No tank tops, sleeveless tops, jeggings, yoga pants or leggings with just a shirt allowed. No head wear allowed.
Birthdays: Students may “dress down” or "dress up" on their birthday. Birthdays that fall over the weekend, vacations or holidays may be celebrated either the Friday before or the Monday after. Students with birthdays that occur during the summer may celebrate their corresponding half birthday in December, January or February.
Field trips: As determined by the type of trip and announced by the classroom teacher.