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Kenmore West High School Dances
 
Students should make sure to bring their school ID to dances (you may use a previous year's ID until current IDs are issued).  For an open dance, any guests must complete an authorization form and should bring ID as well.  
 
Grade 8 & 9 Mixer Dance - Grade 8 & 9 KW Students and Welcome Crew Only
Welcome Back Dance- Closed
Homecoming Dance- Closed 
Tinsel Ball - Open
Junior Prom - Open
Senior Prom - Open
 
The Kenmore West High School sponsored dances and events provide our students a special opportunity to gather in a social and recreational setting within the school building.  As a school, we are committed to providing a safe and positive environment for our students who attend these events.  To ensure the safety of our students, we encourage parents/guardians to pick up their children from all dances at door 24 (rear parking lot).  Students will only be permitted to enter and exit dances through door 24.  
 
 
Dance/Prom Rules:

Any duly organized, school-affiliated group may sponsor a dance.  All rules that pertain during the school day are in effect during dances.

• Students who do not attend KWHS may obtain permission to attend open dances from their home school administration prior to the dance.  Each KWHS student is allowed one guest who must register ahead of time. Any student who leaves a dance prior to its end without administrative approval will not be allowed to re-enter. Closed dances are for KWHS students only.

• At least one member of a couple must be a Junior to attend the Junior Prom and at least one member of a couple must be a bona fide Senior to attend the Senior Prom.  Any guest who is not a student at Kenmore West High School must submit a Guest Authorization Form. Guests who are 21 years of age or older are NOT permitted to attend any school dances or proms.

• In order to attend any school dance or prom, you must be an enrolled student in a high school in good standing meaning eligible under KWHS policy, HSE program or graduate of a high school or HSE program.

• Any student who is suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or any other drug on school property or at any school function will be subjected to a sobriety test and may be suspended from school and may be barred from all dances/proms that year.  Any student found to be under the influence of alcohol or any other drug at the Senior Prom will be suspended and may lose the privilege of walking across the stage at graduation. If a student fails to comply with the sobriety test, this may result in an automatic school discipline consequence and possible  superintendent hearing for being under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

 
Last Modified on December 8, 2016
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