Philosophy: Dances should be an opportunity for students to socialize and gain experience with positive interpersonal relationships.

NEW FOR 2017-2018


Students wishing to bring a guest, who does not attend CHS, to a school-sponsored dance, must now obtain a School Dance Guest Registration/Permission Request Form from their Commons or the Main Office.  The form must be given to the guest to be filled out and signed by the guest’s high school, then faxed back to CHS for approval by the principal.  Tickets may not be purchased until form is received back from the guest’s school. Rules regarding guests are as follows:

  • Only one guest per Concord High School student;
  • Each guest must be enrolled in a high school and be in good standing at that school;
  • The guest must provide photo identification upon entering the dance;
  • All guests are expected to follow all Concord High School rules of decorum. The CHS student host is responsible for advising the guest of all behavior expectations. Should a guest need to be removed from the dance, the hosting CHS student will be required to leave with the guest.
  • The CHS Administration reserves the right to rescind this request at their discretion at any time.

The following items relate to school dances:

  • All students must enter the dance through the main entrance and check in desk, otherwise students may be asked to leave. Doors will not open until the time the dance is scheduled to begin, and doors will be closed one hour after the beginning of the dance, with no admittance after that time. Students who cannot arrive at the dance before the doors are locked because of work or other obligations must get permission from an administrator in advance.  If students leave the dance, they will not be allowed to return.
  • All dance styles must comply with standards of modesty and safety; dance partners must face each other and no “grinding” will be permitted.  The faculty and administrators in attendance will be the final judge of the appropriateness of the style of dancing.
  • Selling, possession, or being under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance will result in immediate removal from the dance, suspension from school and possible police consequences.  At the discretion of the administrator, students may be asked to submit to a breathalyzer test. Should the student refuse this test their guilt will be assumed.
  • Students are expected to be clean and neat in their personal appearance, observing standards of modesty, moderation, and good taste.  Clothing must meet reasonable standards of decorum.
  • Students are not permitted to sit in parked cars, or to loiter in the parking lot.
  • Suspended students (out of school suspensions) are prohibited from attending dances.
  • All student possessions may be stored in the locker area of Commons A.  Students will not have access to lockers or possessions during the dance.  VALUABLES LEFT UNSUPERVISED are done so at the student's’ own risk.
  • Failure to comply with the rules will result in removal from the dance, notification of parents/guardians, and other disciplinary action as determined by the school administration.
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