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Winter Carnival Dance

posted Feb 14, 2018, 4:10 AM by Brian Lynch
Dear Parents and Guardians,

We wanted to send a friendly reminder that students must be in school for the full day on Friday, or have a documented note (doctor's, dentist, court, etc.) to attend the Winter Carnival dance.  If you have any questions, please email Mr. Lynch.  

Also, please remember that the dress code applies for the dance (See below). Thank you for you attention to this.  We hope all the students have a  fun time at the dance.  


The dress code has been established to maintain a safe, secure environment and avoid classroom distractions, while allowing for as much freedom of choice for the student as possible. Students should be aware that the dress code also applies in PE.

  1. Clothing must be adequate in ensuring a decent appearance. Shirts and tops must be worn so that they do not show a bare midriff, or undergarments.  

  2. The following are NOT permitted: low cut, halter, or strapless tops.  Tank tops or muscle shirts must have a strap larger than 2” wide (spaghetti straps are not permitted).

  3. Skirts and dresses must extend to at least the mid thigh in normal sitting and standing positions.  Spandex worn under skirts or shorts must have a minimum of 5 inch inseam.

  4. Shorts must have an inseam length of at least 5 inches.

  5. Undergarments must not show in normal standing or sitting positions.

  6. Clothing injurious to school property or the health of a student will not be permitted. (Wallets with chains, spiked jewelry, long loose straps.)

  7. Footwear must be worn at all times as required by state law.

  8. Clothing that references sex, drugs, alcohol, tobacco products, discrimination or violence is not permitted.

  9. Jackets, pajamas, slippers with soft soles, hats, bandanas, blankets, hoods and sunglasses are NOT to be worn inside the building.  

  10. Gang related or any other clothing or accessory that causes a distraction to the learning environment is not permitted.

Students will refrain from self-imposed body art.

Thank you,