Hal David, principal for Cedartown High School in northwest Georgia is cracking down on sexy dresses at the prom this year.
“We’ve never had a problem until this year,” says David. “It was at homecoming when we first saw the dresses our students were wearing — and they were inappropriate, unacceptable.”
Students were given a six-page handout explaining what they could and could not wear to the prom which included photos of acceptable and unacceptale attire.
The handout states:
The Cedartown High School Administration wants you to make good choices. We are not trying to inhibit your individual style. Prom should be fun and memorable, but we also want everyone to be comfortable, safe, and show Bulldog PRIDE.
With modesty and safety in mind, the following dress code guidelines will be enforced at the 2012 Cedartown High School Prom activities. Failure to adhere to the dress code standards will prevent your participation in the event
The students must bring back a signed copy of the handout before they can be put on the list to attend prom.
Alrighty then. So, what is acceptable and unnacceptable? Here are the photos from the handout .
One can only hope that one clever student will wear somthing like this to make a point:
I am guessing this dress worn by Lost cast member Michelle Rodriguez would be off limits. What a shame.