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Homecoming Do’s and Dont’s

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Photo by Alicia Sanchez-Brooks

Photo by Alicia Sanchez-Brooks

Photo by Alicia Sanchez-Brooks

Alicia Sanchez-Brooks, Staff Writer

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Homecoming is almost here and there are some requirements that students should be aware of.

Regarding appropriate attire for the dance, ladies should be conscious of the dress code when purchasing an outfit. Any dresses that appear too short will be cause for denial to enter the dance. Gentleman are not allowed to enter without a suit jacket. These requirements are heavily enforced. Compliance is the best way to enjoy a wonderful night.

Here are some suggestions for having a great homecoming:

• Avoid eating during or before to not feel groggy during pictures.

• Most people leave personal items on tables together; keep track of personal items

• The line for pictures gets long quick, getting there early is the best plan.

• Drink plenty of water throughout the night.

• Deodorant is highly recommended.

• Remember that once you leave, you cannot reenter the building.

Everyone is expected to behave according to the rules provided on the homecoming slip, which states that drinking is prohibited, as well as any illegal substances. Failure to follow these rules will result in immediate consequences and removal from the dance. No vulgar dancing is accepted among students either.

The parking lot becomes very hectic towards the end of the dance, with party buses and parents pulling up. The best idea if driving is to park at the farthest end of the lot to avoid traffic. Following these easy tips will help make homecoming a successful night for everyone.

Tickets are now on sale starting at $35. The price will increase to $50 at a later date, so buy your tickets early to ensure the cheapest price.

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