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My daughter started kindergarten this year. The school that she attends requires students to wear uniforms. I love the idea of school uniforms. As a grade-schooler, when I moved from Connecticut to Arizona, I endured quite a bit of bullying, because I didn’t wear the name brands that all of the other students were wearing. It was very hard on me.
I am glad that things will be different for my daughter. It warms my heart to know that she won’t be judged by the clothes that she wears. With uniforms, focus shifts to who she is a person, not on the brand name of her jeans.
French Toast Official School Wear is America’s best selling brand of school uniforms, providing quality official school wear to our nation’s schools for the past 10 years. French Toast School Uniforms offers thousands of different items in sizes 4 to young men’s and juniors. French Toast is also available in thousands of stores nationwide.
French Toast provides style, quality and value, just what you are looking for. The average expenditure for a complete French Toast uniform (pant/jumper, shirt/blouse, sweater, tie) is $45.00. Most children will require two sets of them. That’s $90.00 total, period, for the year.
Not only are they cost effective, but studies show that school uniforms raise both student and teacher expectations.
When dressed neatly and seriously, students tend to behave seriously. Often teachers find calmer, more polite, more attentive students. Students seem to feel more confident in the way they look, and so they have more confidence in themselves.
This Christmas we have one French Toast school uniform wardrobe to give away to one lucky reader.
For a boy, you will receive 6 tops, 4 pants and 1 sweater. For a girl, you will receive 6 tops, 2 pants, 1 skort, 1 short and 1 sweater.
In the comments section please let us know if you would like a wardrobe for a boy or a girl. You can view the sizing chart here.
Here is how you can enter to win:
- See our Christmas Giveaway 2009 post to read more about
participating in our Christmas Giveaway
- Either link back to this post and include a Christmas Giveaway 2009 button in that post or on your sidebar, or link to the individual giveaways you choose to enter. We have a ton of different buttons and styles for you to choose from. Click here to get the button codes. (If you post and include the button, either in your post or on your sidebar, and link back here, you are good for all the giveaways. No more linking required.)
You may earn additional entries for the following:
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- Spread the word to your friends via your blog, twitter, etc.
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Entries are open until Friday, December 4th at 12pm EST.
Our winner will be drawn randomly and we will announce the winner Saturday, December 5th. Please make sure to check our site and your email address to see if you have won a prize. We must receive your reply within 5 business days. (If you want your prize to arrive in time — the sooner we hear from you, the better!)
This contest is open to US shipping addresses. Due to legal restrictions, this promotion void where prohibited.
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*French Toast is providing me with a crew neck cardigan sweater in navy and a long-sleeved pique polo in white, for my daughter. They are also providing one full uniform wardrobe for the winner of our giveaway.
Written by 5 Minutes for Mom contributing editor, Erica.
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