Dress Code and Uniform Policy 2014-15

 

All students are required to wear the school uniform to school and at school sponsored events.

Uniforms must be clean, pressed, and neatly presented each day.

All dress code interpretation is at the discretion of the school administration.

Uniforms are sold through the school office.

 

Consequences for Infractions

Students in violation of the dress code will be sent to the office for appropriate action.

The student WILL be required to call home for a change of clothes.

Only after the student is dressed appropriately may the student return to class. Time missed from class for this infraction is unexcused. Work missed cannot be made up. See Attendance section for further information.

Dress code interpretation is at the discretion of the school administration.

 

Dress Uniforms: Girls – To be worn on non-PE days and for special events

K – Grade 6:  light blue or dark blue polo shirts must be tucked in at all times.

Knee-length navy blue skorts (sold through the school office).

Black closed toe shoes or running shoes/trainers (no skate shoes) worn with white socks.

Grades 2 and up, tuck in shirts

 

Dress Uniform: Boys – To be worn on non-PE days and for special events

K – Grade 6: light blue or dark blue polo shirts must be tucked in at all times.

Khaki shorts or long pants. Pants must be worn on the waist, cargo or oversized styles are not acceptable.

Optional white undershirt, visible only at the neck

K and 1 optional black belts. Grades 2 -6 belts required

Black closed toe shoes or running shoes/trainers (no skate shoes) worn with white socks.

Grades 2 and up, tuck in shirts

 

PE Uniform Boys & Girls – To be worn all day on PE days

Girls and Boys K – 6

Official school PE shirt (sold through the school office).

Official black knee-length PE shorts (sold through the school office).

White socks

White or Black Sneakers/trainers (no skate shoes)

 

Jewelry

  • Students can wear a watch to school. Girls can wear one small pair of stud earrings.
  • No watches, are to be worn on P.E. days. Watches worn during PE will be taken up by the PE teacher and held in the school office. A guardian will have to pick up the watch in the school office.
  • The school will not assume any responsibility for lost or damaged valuables.

 

Headwear

  • It is required that students wear a hat in the sun, FBCS hats are available for sale in the school office.  Hats may not be worn in the classroom or cafeteria. Other head coverings are not acceptable; headscarves and string ties may be worn on Free Dress Days only.
  • Hair must be maintained in a healthy manner that is well-kept, tidy, and appropriate to the wearing of school uniform. Hairstyles must not be extreme and natural hair color must not be varied in any way.

  

Make-up

  • Make-up is not permitted at school.  Colored nail polish is not allowed.
  • Tattoos and any kind of body art are not acceptable.

 

Free Dress Day

  • The 1st Friday of every month is designated as Free Dress Day. If the first Friday is a holiday, then the second will be used. Students may dress out of uniform on that day only.
  • Students are asked to contribute $1.00 toward a fund-raiser if they dress casually on Free Dress Day. Students are expected to wear their uniforms if they do not bring $1.00 to school that day.
  • Clothing must be modest in style. No bare midriffs or bare backs. No spaghetti straps, or short shorts, short skorts or miniskirts.
  • No flip-flops or other backless shoes, to avoid possible injury.

 

Consequences for Infractions

 Students in violation of the dress code will be sent to the office for appropriate action. The student WILL be required to call home for a change of clothes.

Only after the student is dressed appropriately may the student return to class. Time missed from class for this infraction is unexcused. Work missed can not be made up. See Attendance section for further information.

Dress code interpretation is at the discretion of the school administration.

 

Thank you for your adherence to school uniform policy.

 

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