What to Wear
With the exception of the awards banquet, THIS IS AN ALL JEANS WEEKEND. However, jeans should not have any holes and should fit at the waist. Yoga pants are allowed (please remind students to have all “fronts” and “backs” covered). No shorts or flip-flops are allowed for the conference. Anyone who is dressed inappropriately at any time during the three days will be asked to change or leave the conference.
Day #1: “School T-shirt Day:” During the day, wear your COUNCIL, NHS or GOVERNMENT shirts. Coordinate with your group to wear your group’s best shirt! Conference appropriate attire all day long.
Day #2: “Create a Band/Rock-n-Roll Accessories”- Our Host School groupies welcome all rockers to the can’t miss concert event of the year! Have your student group match our concert vibe in rock-n-roll attire and accessories sure to bring out their inner rocker. (When planning, please remind your group that all outfits must still remain conference appropriate.)
Day #3: Wear your “Rock the Love” t-shirt you received at registration! Students are also strongly encouraged to accessorize with any Rock and Roll-themed, conference appropriate items (sunglasses,bandanas, fun wigs, ect.) to add to the fun! Be Creative!
Awards Ceremony: On the night of Day #2, we will hold our annual state awards ceremony. This ceremony is a semi-formal event and we ask students to dress accordingly. No jeans, shorts or leggings.
STUDENT CELEBRATION & REMINDER: After the conclusion of our Awards ceremony, our official Sunday conference programming will end. We will be hosting a “Student Celebration” from 9:30-10:30pm for all student leaders that would like to attend, but attendance is not mandatory. We will not be monitoring students coming or going from this part of the program, allowing advisers to form a plan with their group.
In addition to the themed dance, students can count on a number of other activities including; Large inflatable games, bean bag toss, picture green screen, gaming systems, movies and more. A larger variance in activities will appeal to our eclectic group of leaders, allowing everyone to get in on the fun.
Student Celebration: Students should plan to dress accordingly for our “celebration.” Casual clothes can be worn for the night’s fun but they must adhere to all dress code requirements. There will be time for students to return to their rooms to change. The theme for the student celebration is: Neon
Dress Code Video: For more information on what to wear during the State Conference, check out our host school’s dress code video.