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Proper Prom Attire
Prom is Friday May 10th...Tickets go on sale after Spring Break
Just a reminder of the proper attire for this very special occasion
2013 Prom Attire:
- · As Prom is a formal occasion, students should dress appropriately by choosing clothing that is not too revealing and is appropriate for a formal dance. Any student or guest not dressed appropriately will be required to leave prom and a parent/guardian will be notified. NO refund of the tickets will be given.
- o Ladies-Dresses must not be too revealing. (The following guidelines must be followed: The back of your dress may not dip below the natural waist (belly button level), the hem must be at least fingertip length, they may not have a slit up the leg that is too revealing (ex. Slit must stop at your fingertips), they may not have cut outs of the belly or be showing the belly area in any way, no see-through material in inappropriate areas). Also, cleavage must be appropriately covered (no exaggerated plunging necklines).
- o Gentlemen- A suit or tux is recommended, but not required. Long dress pants, dress shirt with collar and tie is required. Jeans, cargo pants, shorts, sweats, T-shirts and baseball caps are prohibited. Shirts must stay on throughout the evening, no undershirts or tank tops should be showing.
- o It is recommended that shoes are worn at all times. Shoes must be worn to the restrooms.
- o Please keep these guidelines in mind when renting or purchasing your attire. It would be most unfortunate to spoil your high school experience through poor choice in dance attire and be asked to leave the event.
- o Please choose wisely and check with a school administrator prior to the dance if you are in doubt.
- o Refusal to comply with dress code will result in student’s being denied entry to Prom.