School ask students, parents to sign ‘no twerking’ pledge
A Washington state high school is asking students and their parents to sign an agreement that bans twerking and other sexually suggestive dances during school events.
River Ridge High School in Lacey sent home the dance contract earlier this month.
The contract outlines various examples of “inappropriate dancing,” as well as consequences that will incur following a student violation. Punishments range from a warning to removal from a dance and ban on future dances.
School officials warned parents that if their child is caught dancing inappropriately, they will be dismissed and the cost of the dance will not be refunded.
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