The FFA Official Dress is a dress code used for a variety of reasons. Students will be told ahead of time whether or not the dress code is necessary but you may expect to need it during conferences, conventions, competitions, fairs, and certain meetings. If in need of a jacket please contact our advisors to help you apply for the Gift of Blue Program and you may receive a free one.
The FFA Official Dress
According to the official FFA Manual the dress code includes the following;
Students, there will come a time in which you must use your best best judgment about quality or lengths of clothing. Please dress in what you feel comfortable, accordingly so. We implore that while you wear your Jacket you remember you are not only representing yourself but Firebaugh FFA as well.
The gift of blue is a program is made to help students receive a free jacket with a corresponding tie or scarf. The program has been up and running since and has provided over students with jackets. Many students here have been able to go to competitions or conferences with their own name on their jacket thanks to the program. If you would like to see the list of students who have received one at our school click the link. The blue corduroy jacket symbolizes a different meaning to our members. Some appreciate having their name embroidered to show accomplishment while others appreciate the emblem that unites us all. Whatever the case may be each jacket has a name and meaning. If you would like to give or receive an FFA Jacket click the following link. When applying for a jacket please contact an advisor first.