DACC Prom 2014

April 12, 2014
The Brookshire Premier Event Center

8pm -11pm

Join us for our DACC Prom on April 12th. This year's theme is Fire and Ice. Tickets are $25 per person and can be purchased at the front desk before school, after school, or during lunch.

DACC students can bring guests, but your guests must be at least in the 9th grade and no older than 20 years old.

The deadline to have your tickets is Friday, April 11th. Tickets will not be sold at the door.

This year's location will be the Brookshire Premier Event Center
405 Greif Parkway, Delaware
Map to Brookshire

We've had many questions about our expectations for behavior, dress, and even dance styles at prom, so we have compiled the below information for you:

The DACC Board of Education Student Code of Conduct will be in effect at all times.  Students who choose to bring an outside guest are responsible for picking up and completing a guest form.  Guest forms are located with Mrs. Pemberton in the main office or on the DACC website.  Forms must be completed and returned to DACC by April 24th before 3pm.  DACC does not permit guests over the age of 20 or in middle school.  All guests must follow the DACC Code of Conduct.  No guest will be admitted the night of the dance without a guest form on file.  All guests must present photo identification upon arrival.  DACC students who bring an outside guest are responsible for properly informing their dates of the DACC Student Code of Conduct.  For the safety of our students any students who arrive after 9:30PM will be refused entry.  Once students leave the DACC Prom they will not be able to re-enter.

Semi-Formal Dress
Gowns may be strapless, have an open back or may feature spaghetti straps. However, bare stomachs or bare midriffs are not permitted. Undergarments should not be visible.  See through apparel and gowns or dresses with slits that are above the mid thigh area are not permitted.  Garments that are extremely tight or extremely low cut are also unacceptable.  

Dance Style
The DACC Prom should be considered an elegant, first-class event.  Offensive, inappropriate, or suggestive dancing will not be tolerated. “Grinding” and most types of “front to back” dancing is included.  It is at the sole discretion of the chaperones as to which types of dancing are allowable.  Students who fail to comply are at risk of having their parents contacted and being sent home with no refund of their ticket.