7th & 8th Grade Dance
April 8th, 2022
6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Semi Formal Attire
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The GMS Dance and Cheer Teams are excited to announce Gorzycki's Red Carpet Affair for 7th and 8th graders on Friday April 8th from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

 

We realize this is short notice.  The event was just recently approved due to Covid restrictions being lifted and there were no other available dates on the school calendar that didn't already have a planned event for the rest of the year. After the last two years of missing out on so many school activities and events, we feel the opportunity for the kids to have a memorable experience will outweigh the stress of last minute planning and scheduling conflicts that may arise on this day. The Dance Booster Board is ready and excited to plan this event, and appreciate all the offers to help as we pull this all together. 


 

7th & 8th Grade Dance FAQs

 

How much is a wristband?

Wristbands are $15 and available online School Cash Online beginning Monday March 28 through Wednesday April 6.

Scholarships are available for those who have a financial hardship. Please contact your counselor for additional information.

Where can my student pick up their wristband?

Wristband distribution will be during B and C lunch on Thursday April 7 and Friday April 8.

What is the dress code for the dance?

The dance is semi-formal.  Semi-formal attire is an outfit that is dressier than what you would wear to school but, not as dressy as a formal evening gown or tuxedo.

What you can wear:

  • Dresses with 2 straps

  • Rompers

  • Slacks/Dress Shorts

  • Collared or button down shirts

  • Appropriate shoes

What you cannot wear:

  • Strapless Dress or Shirts

  • Anything that shows your midriff

  • Anything that is too short

  • Athletic shorts or pants

  • No under garments showing​

Can I rent a limo for my student?

No, limos are not allowed at this event.

Are cell phones allowed in the event?
No, students are not allowed cell phones during the event. (For student privacy and safety)

Where will my student store their personal items? (Cell phones, bags, purses, etc…)
Students will check in their personal items in a bag check area underneath the Commons.  Cell phones not turned in when checking into the dance, will be picked up by school staff.  Cell phone policy is in effect during the dance.  Students can pick up checked items at the end of the dance, before leaving.  

What is the behavioral expectation at the dance?

​Students are expected to behave as if they are in class.  ​

  • No running

  • Pick up after yourself

  • No screaming

  • No Horseplay

  • Be Respectful

  • Have Fun

What is included with the price of admission into the dance?

Each student will receive two pizza rolls from Double Dave’s, a bottle of water and a cookie. We will have a concession stand with additional snacks, candy and drinks available for purchase. All items will be $1 and will be cash only.

Who can attend the dance? 
For the safety of the students, only 7th & 8th grade Gorzycki students and volunteers that have signed up will be allowed in the event.  Guest from other schools will not be permitted to attend.  The Excel teachers will be sharing a PowerPoint presentation outlining the details about dress code and behavioral expectations during the dance.

 

Can I donate to the event or volunteer? 
Yes of course!  Click here to donate items and/or for volunteers opportunities.

As a volunteer or someone who wants to make a donation, what do I need to do?
Click here for volunteer and donation instructions.

 

Where do I pick up my child after the event?

Drop off and pick up for the dance will occur in front of the school.