September 26th, 2020
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
It is important to note the times and requirements for Homecoming ticket sales.
Ticket sales begin on Monday, September 21. Dance tickets are $10 each and are sold in the office from 7:00 am - 7:15 am and 2:35 - 3:30 pm. Tickets will also be sold during lunches in the cafeteria. Students should plan ahead to purchase tickets early and must bring their school ID to purchase a ticket. Ticket sales will end on time each day and will not be available for purchase after 3:00 pm on Friday, September 25th. All sales are final.
Students are not eligible to purchase a ticket or attend the dance if they have unserved detentions or unpaid fees. Students attending the dance must be in good standing with academics, attendance, and conduct during the first four weeks of the second semester. Students and guests must bring an ID to the dance - staff will use the school ID to scan in prior to entry. All dance participants are required to dance in a school appropriate manner. Any person dancing in a manner viewed as sexually suggestive or inappropriate will be removed from the dance, referred to police or parents, and not allowed to return.
As in previous years, Franklin High School is committed to providing safe, fun, and educational activities for our students. Co-curricular events are privileged-based programs and positive behaviors are expected. We will be continuing a few procedures at our Dance again this year intended to help ensure the dance remains a positive experience for all. All of these procedures are identical to what we’ve done in the past. These include:
- Upon arrival to the Franklin High School Dance, students will be asked to check in with their student ID.
- Upon entrance to the dance, bags, purses, and other items will be searched.
- Police and administration will be conducting random breathalyzer tests to ensure that safe behaviors are being practiced prior to arrival at the dance. (By attending the dance, students are providing their consent to participate in this process.) The goal in continuing the use of random breathalyzers is to prevent students from coming to an event under the influence of alcohol.