Irvington typically hosts four dances that are open to all grades during the school year and two proms for upperclassmen (Junior & Senior Prom). 

For the 2017 - 2018 school year Irvington will host 3 dances (Homecoming, Winter Ball, and The Blacklight Sadies Dance). Replacing the Hello Dance is our VikeNight event on September 1st. This event will be open to all students, parents, staff, and alumni, and will be free. 

DATES:

HOMECOMING DANCE: Saturday, September 30th

WINTER BALL: Saturday, December 16th

SADIES (BLACKLIGHT DANCE): Saturday, February 17th

Tickets can be purchased from the Viking Vendor located in the cafeteria. Tickets go on sale three weeks before the dance and the last day to purchase a ticket is on the Thursday before the dance. Guest passes for dances are always due on the Wednesday before the dance. Dance tickets are never sold at the door. Please do not come to the door expecting to buy a dance ticket. Make sure to buy early! -- we always have the best prices on dance tickets the first day of sales. Also, students with an ASB sticker will receive discounted ticket prices all days prior to the last day to purchase.

ASG would like the thank the Irvington PTSA, which provides free refreshments for students. Thank you to our PTSA for supporting staff, students and parents!

 


Dress Code

The school dress code is in effect at all school dances. Students' attire at a dance must always adhere to the school dress code.

Sadies (Blacklight Dance) // Casual
Students may wear any clothing deemed appropriate for a normal school day. 

Homecoming & Winter Ball // Semi-Formal
An appropriate-length, nice dress is appropriate.
Cotton slacks or dress pants and a button-down, or polo shirt is appropriate.
NO JEANS may be worn.

Junior and Senior Proms // Formal
An appropriate-length, nice dress is appropriate.
A tuxedo or dress slacks with a button-down shirt and tie is appropriate.


Policies

  • Except for Junior Prom and Senior Ball, school dances end at 10:00 p.m. Parties responsible for transporting students home from dances should be at the dance site at 10:00 p.m. Under no circumstances will students be allowed to return to a dance after they have left the building. 

  • All school rules are applicable and enforced during dances. 

  • Any illegal activities, including, but not limited to drug or alcohol use or possession, will result in a suspension of 3-5 days, and the appropriate law enforcement agency will be contacted.

  • A student who is suspended as a result of any misconduct at a school dance will not be allowed to attend any school dance for the remainder of the school year.

  • Students must present their IHS Student Identification Card to be admitted into dances.

  • Guests must be at least a freshman in high school and not older than 20 years of age.

  • Irvington administrators have developed the following dance behavior guidelines:
    Sexually suggestive dancing will not be tolerated.
    Feet should be on the floor at all times.
    Hands must remain visible and may not be on knees or the floor.
    Students are not allowed to bend over while dancing; they must remain vertical.
    Students may not lie down on the floor while dancing.
    All articles of clothing worn into the dance must be worn out of the dance.

Students are aware of expectations for appropriate conduct and dress, and in addition to this form, students will be warned through announcements and immediately before the dance begins. Therefore, students will receive no warnings once the dance begins, they will simply be asked immediately to leave the dance. Students who dance inappropriately or break any of the school rules will be removed from the dance by one of the administrators or escorted out by the school resource officer, if necessary. Students asked to leave the dance will not be eligible to attend the next scheduled school dance. Juniors and Seniors who violate the dress code or dancing guidelines may regain the right to attend his or her grade-level prom or ball by fulfilling requirements determined by his or her grade-level administrator.