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2019 Spring Formal Guidelines

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HCS Spring Formal Details

THEME:  Phantom of the Opera - Masquerade Party

DATE:  April 26, 2019

TIME:  6:30 p.m. - midnight (12:00 a.m.)

PLACE:  The Basketcase, 228 South Oates Street, Dothan AL 36301

SENIOR LEADOUT:  Promptly at 7:00 p.m. (Please contact Daphne Grier if you have a Senior.)

COST:  $40 per person (includes meal)

Registration required with payment.  (Limited space.)

MENU:  Baked Chicken, Sour Cream Cheesy Potatoes, Southern Green Beans, Tossed Salad, Roll, Desert Bar

If you have any food allergies, please email Daphne Grier at ddafgrier@yahoo.com as soon as possible.

Age requirements are 14-19 and 9th-12thgrades. (Dates cannot be older than 19.)

Prom will be open to all High School students which meet age requirements of Harvest Christian School and/or are actively involved in Harvest Christian School Co-op.  This registration continues through March 8, 2019.  The registration will be open to other homeschool families after this date that meet the following requirements:

  1. Has a Harvest Christian School member sponsor.
  2. Is part of a Christian homeschool cover.

If you have any questions concerning registration and your eligibility, please contact Elizabeth Taylor 334-797-2846.

Registration ends April 12th, 2019

 

  1. Read the Guidelines below.
  2. Check the "Agree" box at the bottom of the Guidelines and fill out the Captcha.
  3. Click the Submit button. (You will be taken to an external website to complete registration and pay for your tickets)

 

Code of Conduct & Dress Code

The HCS Spring Formal Dance Committee wishes to express our heart’s desire for each student attending the Spring Formal to have a wholesome evening of fun and fellowship, while ensuring that God is glorified and honored. These guidelines are not meant to burden, but rather to set boundaries that will allow all to enjoy the freedom we have in Christ.

If you have any questions, please contact:  Melissa Bonett (256) 201-9383 or Daphne Grier (334) 790-2029 or Roxie Hobson (334) 701-7420.

 

Codes of Conduct

Please read the following:

  1. Public displays of affection are not permitted. This includes kissing, caressing, extended embracing, sitting on laps of opposites sex, etc.
  2. Dance etiquette is expected. This means no provocative movements of any kind. While slow dancing, please keep appropriate distance between dance partners. Leave room for Jesus please.
  3.  All students must remain in the building until the conclusion of the dance unless their parents give PRIOR permission for them to leave early. Once a student leaves the building, he/she will not be allowed to re-enter.
  4. No alcohol, drugs, or weapons of any kind will be permitted.
  5. Attendees must be between the ages of 14-19 (grades 9-12) and if attending as a date couples must be of the opposite sex.

Dress Code

All Students:

  •  Undergarments must be covered
  • Clothing must be free of any symbols or words
  • Any body piercings must be removed except for girls earrings (clear spacers acceptable)
  • Tennis shoes may not be worn

Young Men:

  • Tuxedo or suit is required 
  • Neck tie, bow tie, or bola are required
  • Collared, button shirt required
  • Sport jackets may be worn with khakis and tie
  • No jeans allowed

Young Ladies:

  • Formal or party gowns are required. This is a formal event, and dresses should reflect the occasion. Gowns are expected to be modest. Please consider Christ when selecting a dress.
  • Long gowns are preferred, but short gowns are acceptable. Short dresses must sit at the top of the knee or lower.
  • Slits are acceptable as long as they do not rise above the knee.  
  • Neckline must cover the chest so that no cleavage is showing.
  • Strapless gowns are acceptable.  (Remember you will be moving around.  Make sure your dress will stay in place.)
  • Backs of dresses may be no lower than the bra line.
  • Midriffs must be covered, even when arms are raised. No see-through cutouts.
  • Fitted dresses are acceptable as long as they are not too tight. (Once again,remember you will be dancing. You will want to be able to move!)

Dress Approval

Girls must submit a picture of themselves wearing their dress, No student whose dress has not been approved will be allowed to enter the Spring Formal.

HCS reserves the right to deny entrance to any student, male or female, whose attire does not meet the above stated requirements.

If you have any questions, please contact:  Melissa Bonett (256) 201-9383 or Daphne Grier (334) 790-2029 or Libi Taylor (334) 797-2846.

HCS Spring Formal Dance Conduct and Dress Code Guidelines

  • I have read, understand and agree to the HCS Spring Formal Dance Code of Conduct and Dress Code. I will submit a picture of my dress (in applicable) and make appropriate alterations if necessary.
  • I understand that on the night of the Spring Formal Dance, I am to wear the same attire that was approved.
  • I understand if my attire does not meet the HCS Spring Formal Dance Guidelines on the night of the event, I will not be permitted to attend.
  • I understand that if my behavior does not follow the Code of Conduct my parent will be asked to come pick me up and I will not the allowed to return to the Spring Formal Dance.
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