students have some new rules in this year's student handbook that go into great detail about what is not allowed at school dances.
The school bans grinding, which it defines as "a student dancing in front of another student with their body pressed into his/her crotch," in addition to simulating sex acts and "bending over in front of another individual."
The handbook provides these bullet points as guidelines for inappropriate dancing behavior:
Hands on floor or knees while in front of another individual
Bending over in front of another individual
Simulation of a sex act
Dresses being pulled up
Inappropriate hand placement
Inappropriate skin showing: Midriff, backside, chest, etc.
The handbook also prescribes punishment for dance or dress infractions as well, advising that students be asked to leave the dance, in addition to the possibility of being banned from further dances.
You can find the full description with the PDF to your right. The dance expectations entry is on the third page, highlighted in red.