School Handbook

Our handbook is in the process of being revised, so it is not available for download at this time. Below are some areas that aren't expected to change much and are of immediate interest for prospective students.


A student’s diet has a direct effect on his/her ability to perform well in school. Choose foods with good nutrition that are as close to their natural state as possible.

Lunches are not to contain unclean meats (as defined in Leviticus 11) or caffeinated beverages.

All silverware, plates, bowls, etc., must be provided by the student. Each student is responsible for cleaning up after themselves when they use the classroom microwave and/or the school refrigerator.


Fireworks/Firearms/Knives/Open Flame Devices –are not permitted and will be confiscated.
Searches – By attending, all students and parents grant consent for BCES or its personnel to inspect, read, review, search or otherwise take appropriate action with respect to any personal items on school property.
Pets – are not allowed at school
Gum – is not allowed at school.
Cell Phone Policy – Student’s cell phones are not to be on school property. The school is not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen phones. The teacher will allow the student to use the office phone if there is a need.


Bass Christian Elementary School requires its students to dress in a uniform representative of the school’s purpose. Adherence to the dress code is expected of all students at all times. Parents will be notified if a child is out of uniform. When a student needs to be reminded repeatedly about his or her dress, it will be assumed that he/she is not committed to the program and may be asked to withdraw from the school.

  • ~Dress must be neat, clean, and modest.
  • ~No clothing which is form fitting.
  • ~No hats or sun glasses are allowed in the classroom.
  • ~Tight-fitting slacks, jeans, and tops are not appropriate.
  • ~Shirts/blouses must have sleeves and cover the waist when arms are fully raised.
  • ~Pants, slacks, and jeans must come to the waist – no hip huggers or sagging pants.
  • ~Clothing must not have holes, tears, frayed edges, or other cuts in the material.
  • ~Shoes with wheels are prohibited.
  • ~Hair must be neat, clean, and of a natural color at all times. If hair becomes a problem, or causes a problem with other students, the issue will be addressed.
  • ~Bracelets, rings, necklaces, earrings, friendship items, or any other type of jewelry are NOT to be worn at any school function. (Medical ID is OK.)
  • ~Slogan T-shirts or undershirts are not acceptable school dress. Slogans and/or pictures on any part of the attire are not acceptable. Undershirts are to be white, with no bold print.


Navy blue or khaki slacks. No cargo style pockets.
Navy blue or khaki shorts.
Polo shirts must have a collar with two or three buttons at the neck.
Dress/tennis shoes. No flip flops or open-toed shoes.


Navy blue or khaki skirts and skorts
Navy blue or khaki shorts/slacks. No cargo style pockets.
Polo shirts must have a collar with two or three buttons at the neck.
Dress/Tennis shoes. No heels, flip flops, or open toed shoes.
Cosmetics/Makeup: is acceptable only if it looks natural and is in good taste.
Nail polish must be clear. Students wearing cosmetics that draw attention to their appearance will be asked to remove it.