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Prom

Congratulations Prom Court!

Congratulations to these nominees who have been selected as Redondo Unions Prom Court of 2015.

 

Alexis Lapp            

Anevay Hiele

Breann Wessel

Emma Dimaggio

Paige Ganica

Isaac Portilla

Joey Vigil

Joseph Blakely

Justin Cho

 

DRESS CODE

PROM DRESS CODE POLICY

Thank you for promoting a formal evening of elegance and adhering to this policy. 

 

  1. Clothes must be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times. This means dresses should fully cover bras and pants should fully cover underwear or boxers.

      2.  See-through/sheer clothing without proper undergarments are prohibited.

      3. Dress, grooming or accessories that are considered unsafe, dangerous, a health hazard or disruptive shall not be allowed.    Shoes are to be worn at all times.

      4.  Dress, accessories and jewelry which contain obscene symbols, signs or slogans, and /or which slur or degrade on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, sex, disability or sexual orientation and impose a threat of imminent violence to the event shall not be worn.

      5.  Dress, grooming or accessories that contain language or symbols supporting sex, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or gang association shall not be worn.

      6. Hair, including facial hair, shall be neat, clean, well groomed & not disruptive.

Suggested attire: Semi-Formal to Formal Attire (tuxedos, suits, ties, dress shoes, formal dresses, heels) 

 

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The Guide to Prom!

Prom! The biggest night in high school is back and its time to start planning. On this special night everybody wants to look their best. But that can get expensive. Luckily Prom Committee is here to help. In order to make sure your prom runs smoothly we have come up with a few ways for you to start budgeting for your prom. A great way to see the potential cost for your prom night download the Plan’it Prom app from either App Store or Google Play.

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