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Homecoming 2017

The following Homecoming Dance Behavior and Dress Code guidelines are provided to answer questions and provide information about the Homecoming Dance. The Homecoming Dance is scheduled from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m. Saturday, September 23, 2017 in the MNHS Gymnasium.

The dress code for all students for the Homecoming Dance is semi-formal. Any student inappropriately dressed and violating the dress guidelines below will not be permitted to enter the Millard North High School Homecoming Dance. What is considered appropriate dress for the Homecoming Dance is at the discretion and judgment of the Millard North High School administration. If you have questions regarding appropriate dress, please visit with your administrator before the dance.

Girls Dress

·         Girls may wear dresses that are strapless or have spaghetti straps.

·          Bare or open backs are acceptable; however, bare midriffs are not permitted

·         Dress shoes are suggested, although rubber sole athletic shoes are permitted.

·         Dress slacks and dress blouses are permitted.

·         Under garments should not be visible. See-through apparel, fishnet stockings, or athletic attire are not permitted.

·         Garments that are extremely tight, short, or extremely low-cut are also unacceptable.

·         Jeans and shorts of any kind are not permitted. 

Boys Dress

  •  Boys should wear dress slacks or khakis. Boys should wear shirts with a collar
  • Tee-Shirts are not permitted. 
  • No athletic attire, togas, costumes or wigs are permitted.
  • Dress shoes are suggested although rubber sole shoes and athletic shoes are permitted
  • Jeans and shorts of any kind are not permitted.


Millard North High School students who choose to bring a student from a different high school or to bring an outside guest are responsible for registering the guest. A “Millard North High School Dance Permission Form for a Guest of Millard North Student” must be on file in the MNHS Activities Office by noon on Thursday, September 21, 2017. These forms Are available now on the MNHS Website.


Dancing that is commonly known as “dirty dancing” or “grinding”where close physical contact of a suggestive sexual nature is not permitted. We expect student and parental support and good judgment to maintain appropriate dancing at the Homecoming Dance.

We hope everyone’s Homecoming Week is enjoyable and remembered positively, and we thank the Millard North Student Council for organizing and providing this great week for all Millard North High School students. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.