Tickets to the dinner cost $40 per person and must be purchased in advance. CHS students do not have to have a date to attend. Please see Ms. Herin's email to read the menu.
Students may request to sit with certain people (four per table) and/or near a table of others.Those requests must be emailed to Ms. Ducote no later than Nov. 2nd. This is a firm deadline in order to create the seating chart. No exceptions.
T-shirt purchases are optional and will be on sale during lunch.
The dress code for young men is dress slacks, dress shirt, dress shoes and socks, and a tie. Coats are optional. No hats are permitted. All grooming rules as stated in the student handbook must be followed.
The dress for young women is a semi-formal dress that is either long or short. Hemlines and slits must be no higher than four inches above the knee, AND the dress must be longer than her fingertips with her hands at her side. Dresses must have modest necklines based on girl’s body-type. Visible midriff, cut-outs, or backs lower than the traditional bra line are not allowed. Dresses may not be skin-tight, spandex, or knit. Shoes must be worn at all times. No pierced body parts are to be visible except the ear lobes. No tattoos are to be visible. Young ladies should be dressed appropriately for a Catholic school function.
For confirmation on whether a dress/outfit is appropriate, please e-mail a picture of yourself (front, side, and back) in the dress/outfit to Ms. Nancy Herin, Activities Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. A link that SJA sends out to their students as a guide is attached here for your information: http://bit.ly/2bQinBp. Forward it to your date.
The administration, faculty, or staff members of Catholic High will make all final judgments on the appropriateness of each student’s attire. It is the CHS student’s responsibility to inform his date of the dress regulations. The dress code is strictly enforced. If you or your date does not adhere to these guidelines, then either you will not be admitted or you will be asked to leave.
Brad Messina Photography will be on-site to take candid photos throughout the evening. Students may also take their own photos on the Student Center grounds.
No one may bring props, knapsacks, overnight bags, unusually large purses, or book bags to the dance.
Masks must be worn at all times when not eating.