GUIDELINES FOR CHAPERONES
We very much appreciate the parents, guardians and others who help this organization on a monthly basis, serving as chaperones for our dances. If you are interested in chaperoning, you may sign up for a date at the annual orientation meeting. If you are selected to chaperone you will receive an e-mail confirmation, assignment and venue map approximately one week prior to the dance. In advance of the dance, please review the map and take the time to read “your” position description. Chaperones must dress appropriately. Please arrive by 6:25 p.m. and report to either the Norris Pavilion lobby (or, the Torrance Doubletree) at our Assembly volunteer sign-in table. Sign in and pick up your nametag. You should be at your assigned post by 6:35 p.m.
If you have an emergency and cannot honor your commitment, please notify the Chaperone Chair as soon as possible before the dance, they have a chaperone wait list of volunteers. Keep in mind that students may not leave the dance early unless they have had prior approval and are signed out by a Coordinator. Please alert the Coordinator to any security issues.
Appropriate attire for Chaperones is Dressy Attire. No casual attire, no jeans, no shorts, no tennis shoes, no flip flops/beach sandals, etc. Members may also dress in attire related to the theme dances.
Gentlemen must wear: Coat, tie, dress shirt, dress slacks, dress socks and slick-soled dress shoes.
Ladies must wear: Dress or skirt and top (no strapless tops, no bare midriffs), or dressy pantsuit, and nice shoes.
If you have any questions regarding your assignment, or have not yet signed up to chaperone a dance, please contact our Chaperone Chair:
Click here to email the Chaperone Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dance Dates are every month, October through April each season.
Click here to see this year's dance calendar
Adults are welcome to chaperone one or more of these dates. We will do our best to accommodate all of your choices, but depending on the number of volunteers, we may have to limit your assistance to one date.