Sunday, October 15, 2006

Another School Bans Dances

Quit feigning sex acts, and you can have your school dances. It's truly that simple.

Graphic “freak dancing,” problems with alcohol, and even reports of students stripping off their clothes prompted Principal Patricia Law to cross all up-coming dances off the school calendar.


Good call, Ms. Law.

8 comments:

rightwingprof said...

My question is where were the adults at these dances? Stripping? Whatever happened to chaperones?

EllenK said...

This is why I REFUSE to chaperone dances. The younger teachers see nothing wrong with what appears to be dryhumping on the dance floor. I think it's appalling. Add to that the dresses some of the girls wear are obscene. They aren't cheap so I assume their mother's buy them. Our homecoming queen was falling out of her dress during the homecoming parade and had to be pinned up. Of course she was drunk at the football game, but hey, that seems to be what the popular kids get away with. If it were my kid they would be in AEP.

George said...

rightwingprof,

I am surprised that you are shocked at the impotence (oooh-good pun) of the chaperones; at rallies, which I am now, as are all staff, forced to attend the principles (both men and women) smile along as the cheerleaders "shake their moneymaker". C'mon prof . . . we can't impose OUR values on THEM . . . that's sooooo biased.

rightwingprof said...

"This is why I REFUSE to chaperone dances. The younger teachers see nothing wrong with what appears to be dryhumping on the dance floor."

Ironically, this is precisely why YOU should be doing the chaperoning.

EllenK said...

To be fair, I tried. I caught a team captain with a flask and busted a bunch of girls popping pills in the bathroom. I was told to lighten up. So I guess as long as I don't rock the boat, look the other way and avoid upsetting parents, the world will be fine, right?

Scott McCall said...

i think some schools should carry bats at the dances.....

if kids are caught doin somethin bad (popin pills for instance, not dancin inappropriatly) then the administration should be aloud to beat the students. then they will be scared to do it

Darren said...

Just so you know: Scott is a high school student (who should spell better!).

Carson said...

Scott is right but i much prefer belting to baseball bat beatings