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8th Grade Dance Information
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Saturday, April 21, 2012
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New Bridge Middle’s

8th Grade Dance

Friday, June 1, 2012

7:00 – 10:00 pm

Jacksonville Country Club



  • $15 per person
  • Sold during lunch April 30th – May 4th


Who can attend?

  • All NBMS 8th grade students are invited to the dance. 
    • However, if after April 23rd you are assigned to ISS, OSS, or ASD, you will no longer be invited.  If a student becomes ineligible after purchasing tickets, his/her money will not be refunded.
  • Each student may invite ONE guest.
    • Must be a 7th, 8th, or 9th grade student
    • Must not be older than 16
    • All guests must meet the same behavior criteria, regardless of grade or school.
    • A “Dream Date” form must be signed and returned no later than May 11th


  • Ladies
    • Dresses/Skirts may not be shorter than fingertip length.
    • No strapless, low-cut, or revealing dresses/tops.
  • Gentlemen
    • Dress pants, button-up shirt (tucked in), a tie, and dress shoes are required.  Jacket is optional.
    • NO t-shirts or polo shirts.
  • ALL
    • NO flip-flops.  NO denim.  NO tuxedos
    • Keep in mind that this is a “dress-up” occasion, but it is NOT a prom.  You should look your best, but don’t get carried away!
    • If in doubt, please seek prior approval.  If your attire is inappropriate in any way, you/your guest will not be allowed to enter.  Appropriateness will be determined by the 8th grade teachers.


  • Students/Guests are not allowed to drive themselves to or from the dance.
  • NO limousines.



  • A photographer will be at the dance to take individual and/or group pictures.  Picture package information will be available soon.
  • Students must have money with them in order to have pictures taken.


As with any school function, misbehavior at the dance (before, during or after) will result in school-based penalties. 

Questions?  Please contact one of the 8th grade teachers.

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