Greenbrier High School

Prom Information

BOARD PROCEDURE                                                       Descriptive Code: JHD

 

STUDENT SOCIAL EVENTS                                           Date: July 27, 2020

 

Procedures and Regulations Governing School Dances

 

  1. The local administrator will approve all dances.
  2. Chaperones and police will be at all dances. Chaperones must be responsible adults approved by the principal such as a teacher or parent volunteer.
  3. Chaperones will restrict re-entry to the dances.
  4. Only those students presently enrolled in Columbia County Schools may attend the activity.
  5. Disciplinary policies and procedures approved by the Board of Education will be enforced.
  6. All activities must cease prior to or by 12 midnight and must adhere to SACS requirements on frequency and time restrictions.
  7. The sponsors of the dance are responsible for cleaning the facility and could be held responsible for damage or cost of repair.
  8. Employees serving as chaperones will also be considered as on duty supervisors and official representatives of their school.

 

Procedures and Regulations Governing High School Proms

 

  1. Because the Prom is a school function, students must dress and behave accordingly. ALL school rules and regulations will be enforced.
  2. Every student must show a photo ID for admittance to the Prom.
  3. A written letter of permission to attend Prom is required for all guests not attending the school sponsoring the Prom.
    1. Guests who attend other high schools will be required to submit a letter of “Good Standing” on their school’s letterhead signed by an administrator.
    2. Guests not currently attending high school must submit a copy of their driver’s license and a certified verification form from a law enforcement agency indicating completion of a Criminal Background Check. Additionally, a permission letter is required from each Columbia County student’s parent or guardian granting permission for his or her child to attend prom with such a guest.
  4. No guest over the age of 20 will be allowed to attend Prom without appropriate approval by the school administration.

 

 

ADOPTED:   1/12/88

REVISED:     8/7/00, 4/9/12, 4/23/12, 1/21/14, 7/27/20

 

 

Columbia County Board of Education

  • LocationRichmond on Greene 725 Greene St, Augusta, GA 30901  GPS will probably take you to the front of the building; however, please follow the diagram below for entering the venue and to park – the entrance to the venue is ON Greene St.
  • Required: Students MUST bring an ID with them to check in at prom – preferably their student ID, but driver’s license is acceptable.
  • ONCE STUDENTS LEAVE THE VENUE, THEY MAY NOT RETURN TO PROM!

 

  • Parking: There are designated areas for student parking (see diagram above); however, if those spots are taken there is:
    • St. John United Methodist Church (across the street) parking lot
    • Augusta-Richmond County Public Library (across the street) parking lot
    • Street parking along Greene St., Ellis St., 8th St. & 7th St.
Location of Prom
 
Richmond on Green
Saturday, April 23, 2022
7 pm - 11 pm
If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Mallon at [email protected] prior to Saturday.