Brainerd Baptist School
2013 – 2014
The Scriptures tell us that Christ was an ordinary and modest man in appearance so that in no case did people follow Him for His looks or style or dress, but for the life He lived. So it should be with us.
The kindergarten children spend a great deal of time in various forms of play and art activities. Their clothing should reflect these kinds of activities. Here are some guidelines that we ask you to observe:
The purpose of a uniform dress code is to enhance the safe and orderly environment of the school. It is our desire to implement and enforce a dress code that will allow for comfort, modesty, and uniformity and eliminate distractions.
The administration has final say and complete discretion in enforcing dress code issues.
Students are expected to maintain a neat and well-groomed appearance. Uniforms must fit students appropriately.
Pants and shorts:
Shoes and Socks/Leggings:
No hats or head coverings may be worn in the building.
Additional information for girls:
Dresses, Skirts, Jumpers, and Skorts:
Additional information for boys:
Special Notes for Civilian Day Dress
A sleeveless top is acceptable; however, halter-tops, tank tops, spaghetti straps, or bare midriffs are never acceptable. Clothing should be free from inappropriate slogans, advertisements, comic strip, cartoon, or TV personalities. Shirts with writing must contain appropriate messages. Skirts or shorts must be no shorter than 2” above the front and back of the knee. Pants must be worn at the waist. There must be no writing on the back of shorts or pants. Tennis shoes must be worn. Clogs, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs may not be worn at anytime. Clothing must fit appropriately. If in doubt, it is best not to wear it.
Students in 4th and 5th grade will dress for Physical Education class. BBS T-shirts with blue, black or gray shorts that are approximately 4 inches from the knee. Blue or black warm up pants are allowed.