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Code of Conduct

So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets. Matthew 7:12

Don't Mess With The Queen

Respectful and Courteous Behavior is Expected and Required

The Texas Christian Homeschool Prom requires all participants, both students and adults, to conduct themselves in a proper and decorous manner at all prom functions, including workdays and dance lessons. Participants are expected to treat each other with courtesy and respect at all times.

Wear your mask, maintain a 6' distance from other groups, and follow any social distancing requests made by staff members.

Keep Social Media Posts Respectful

Avoid threats, bullying, sexting, or other inappropriate social media posts. These are a violation of our code of conduct and may prevent you from attending prom.

Avoid Public Displays of Affection

Kissing, carressing, or extended embracing are not appropriate at prom events. Sitting on each others' laps is likewise unacceptable.

Keep Dancing Clean

Avoid body against body dancing and movements which could be considered provocative such as groping, dirty dancing, or twerking. Moshing and body surfing are not allowed.

Before 11 PM, Leave Prom Only with an Escort

Did you leave something in your car or need to run back to your hotel room to pick something up? Teams of adults are available all evening to walk students to a hotel room or car and back to prom. Unfortunately, if you choose to leave unescorted, you will not be allowed back into prom.

No Smoking

Smoking, chewing tobacco, e-cigs, and vaping are not allowed.

No Drinking

Consumption of alcoholic beverages at prom events is not allowed.

No Illegal Drugs

Enough said.

It Doesn't Happen Often, But...

Code of Conduct violations, including disrespectful or violent behavior, may result in expulsion from the event. TxCHP reserves the right to respond to any violation by prohibiting the violator(s) from attending any future prom events, including prom itself. Please send questions to our Sentinel team.