Saide Hawkins

Attention Sharks,

Join us for our first ever SADIE HAWKINS dance this Saturday, February 9th from 8-11pm in the Borina Athletic Center. Get your tickets now at the Main Office for $10 or at the door for $15. Couples or groups are encouraged to attend in matching attire or matching costumes that follow the Dress Code and SFHS Student-Family Handbook.

Dress Code*
Women may wear jeans or khakis pants/shorts or skirts/dresses that pass their fingertips. No sweatpants and no workout clothing allowed. No sheer illusion, no cut out, and no bare midriff. Strapless and spaghetti strap tops are acceptable if well supported and not low cut (no visible cleavage). No flip flops. If you have any questions regarding dress code please see Mrs. McLeod.

Men may wear jeans or khakis pants/shorts. No sweatpants, and no workout clothing allowed. Closed-toed shoes are required.  If you have any questions regarding dress code please see Mr. Valdivia.

Students not in compliance will not be allowed in the dance until the dress code issue has been addressed.

*For additional information, please refer to the SFHS Student-Family Handbook.

Dance Code
Students are required to dance in an appropriate manner, in keeping with community standards. Vulgar or provocative dancing, such as freak dancing and grinding will not be allowed.  Any dancing which is sexually suggestive, or which mimics sexual acts, is prohibited.  Any student displaying inappropriate dancing will be warned once by a dance chaperone.  Subsequent violations will result in the student being dismissed from the dance.  Parents will be notified prior to the student leaving the dance.  A student dismissed from a dance is liable for exclusion from future dances, as determined by the Dean of Students.

All purses and backpacks are subject to search. St. Francis High School is not responsible for personal belongings brought to the dance.

B4P Challenge
Each class will have the opportunity to earn pre-B4P spirit points based on attendance to the Sadie Hawkins dance.

Attendance Challenge
80% of attendance = 25 points
70% of attendance = 20 points
60% of attendance = 15 points
50% of attendance = 10 points

EJ Kelly, Maia Madrigal-Hernández, Gannon Janisch, and Claire Cagnacci
ASB Executive Board

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