On dance duty last night, I was in my usual spot--guarding the back of the breezeway which connects our gyms, keeping kids from going out to drink/smoke/fornicate and keeping others from sneaking in. One of our vice principals was making the rounds and told me this story, which I'll paraphrase:
I just kicked a few kids out, sent them home. What they were doing was not dancing, so I told them, "You're out of here." They asked, "Don't we get a warning?"Actually, they did get a warning. When they were sent home. That should serve as a warning not to try booty-dry-humping at the next dance.
Isn't it amazing that the kids knew what they were doing was inappropriate, and expected to be able to get away with doing it at least once? Apparently that's the environment they're used to, and I'm glad it wasn't reinforced last night.