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Burlington Township High School
610 Fountain Avenue
Burlington, NJ 08016

Club and Class Advisor’s Manual
Prepared by:
Peter E. Teifer, AD and Bruce Diamond, Assistant AD
Introduction

The Advisor(s) handbook is to be used by Club and Class Advisor(s). This manual is designed to make the Advisor/advisee relationship more effective. There are documents, procedures and responsibilities outlined on the following pages that must be upheld by the Advisor. Purpose of Clubs/Activities and Class Organizations:
The clubs/activities and class organizations provide opportunities for students to pursue other interests, be involved in community service, work with peers toward common goals, and enhance Responsibilities of all Club/Activity and Class Advisor(s):
Staff members who become Advisor(s) are expected to abide by their respective responsibilities be it a club or class organization. You should be commended for your willingness to work with the students of Burlington Township High School. You chose this position to help our students become more productive and responsible members of society. Your guidance is imperative to this pursuit. Being a member of a club or organization allows our student population to realize that there is more to high school then books and reports. You, as the Advisor, provide the opportunity to enrich the student’s school day. This manual is divided into two sections: Club/Activity Advisor and Class Advisor. Club Advisor
During the course of the year, the club Advisor has many responsibilities to fulfill. At the end of this section you will find club information for each club offered at the high school. As of the date of this publication the activities contained therein are to be completed to the best of your ability. If you have other activities, please submit them to the Supervisor of Athletics and Activities. If you still have questions and/or concerns after reading this section please feel free to ask the Supervisor of Athletics and Activities or other Advisor(s).
Club Advisor responsibilities:
¾ To guide the members in setting goals for the organization for the year. ¾ To schedule regular meetings, at least two per month. ¾ To maintain a current active roster of members. All students must be academically eligible. ¾ Their names can not appear on the deprived list. A certificate of eligibility form must be completed and submitted to the Athletic and Activities Office no later then the 28th day of September and again at the beginning of the second semester, no later than the 12th day of February. (See Appendix A.)
Advisor’s Expectations of Student Members:
¾ To participate in the goal setting for the organization. ¾ To contribute positively to meetings and activities. ¾ Must not appear on the deprived list. Chaperoning and Supervision of students:
¾ The supervision of all students must be paramount during afternoon meetings. Members of the club must remain with the Advisor at all times. The Advisor must escort his/her students to the cafeteria to get on the late bus. All students must report to the meeting place by 2:20. ¾ On the first Monday of school, club and activity registration will take place during all lunches. It is the responsibility of all club Advisor(s) to assist in the registration process. This is not the sole responsibility of the Athletic and Activities Office to supervise.
¾ Attendance is to be taken at every meeting. Usually the secretary of the club will be in Financial and Fundraising:
¾ To submit a budget request, if needed, to the Supervisor of Athletics and Activities during budget preparation time. The budget time occurs during the month of November. ¾ Fundraising applications are to be completed and submitted to the Supervisor of Athletics and Activities by the end of May. (See Appendix B.)
¾ Fundraising monies are to be collected by club Advisor(s) only and must be deposited
using the appropriate deposit form. (See Appendix C.) All checks and cash must be
¾ All checks are to be copied. The copies and checks must be submitted with any cash to the Athletic and Activities Office by the end of the school day to be stored in the safe. Meetings and Monthly Reports
¾ When in season, Student-athletes should be exempt from meetings on days of games and be ¾ To submit monthly reports to the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities. This monthly report should include an agenda, the minutes to each meeting, activities planned, a monthly budget report indicating expenditures, revenue, and current balance. ¾ This report must be emailed to the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities no later than the 28th day of the month. This is extremely crucial because the Supervisor of Athletics and Activities must submit his own monthly report to the administration. ¾ Meetings must be scheduled after school. Each meeting should be posted in the daily bulletin. ¾ We have had problems with students hanging in the halls after school and arriving to
the club meetings late. We ask that you reinforce to your members that they must
arrive by 2:15 and stay with you until the late bus.
¾ Please forward your meeting dates to the Athletic & Activities office so as to attempt to avoid conflicts with other club meetings or activities. All meeting dates will be posted on ¾ There is only one late bus so it is important to submit your meeting dates in early. If too many of the larger clubs meet on the same day, another club will be asked to switch dates. ¾ Please check on www.highschoolsports.net before scheduling an impromptu meeting. Announcements and Communication:
¾ Due to the overwhelming number of afternoon announcements, only last minute
cancellations and notifications will be read. It is the responsibility of the Advisor to post
meeting dates outside the meeting place, the three bulletin boards in the back hallway and a notice to the Athletic and Activities office to change the information on www.highschoolsports.net. Advisor(s) are encouraged to create an email distribution list as a way to get information to their students. ¾ Create, maintain and update a club webpage with meeting dates and other information. This is an excellent way of getting important information out to your members and also letting others in the community know what you are doing. Special Activities:
¾ Trips, Special Activities, Fund-raisers, Dues o The Principal must approve all trips, special activities, and fund-raisers proposed by a club or class. (See Appendix D.)
o Once a field trip has been approved, a Parental Permission for School Trip form must be filled out and signed by a parent or guardian (See Appendix E.) prior to departing
o A Use of School Facilities – Application Form must be submitted to Athletic and Activities office and faxed to the Board of Education (See Appendix F.)
o Use the Performing Arts Center Utilization Form (Appendix G.) for any event held in
that facility. This form is to be turned into the Principal. o All fundraising opportunities must be turned in to the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities before the close of school of the previous year. Accommodations will be o The Supervisor of Activities and the Principal must approve collection of club dues. o ARAMark, the school’s food and service supplier, can supply food and beverages for special events. Please use the Special Event Order form. (See Appendix H.) There
Clubs and Activities are invited to decorate C-Hallway in a spirit theme. This will be done as part of the homecoming festivities to get more students involved. More information will be forthcoming. Purchasing:
¾ Proposed purchases must be cleared through the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities, ¾ Payment for items must be made through the Student Activities Account. ¾ A Student Activities Account Voucher must be signed by the payee and also the Advisor and then submitted to the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities (See Appendix I.)
¾ Items, clothing, and designs must be appropriate for display in school and fit the dress code Club Information
Club Name
Officers
Club Description
Special Programs / Fundraising
As needed, the club will be asked to assist in classroom for all student whether they be enrolled in art classes or not. The Billiards Club provides our students with an opportunity to learn the game of pocket billiards. We play on Friday’s at Empire Billiards on Woodlane Road (near the County Library). We play from 2:30 till 5:00 pm. Each week the players compete in 8-ball or straight pool. Prizes (pretzels or hot dogs) are given each week and many times to all players. Mr. learners as well as some advanced shots as well as position play. A tournament is held at the end of May running into June and the top 3 players receive either a plaque or a trophy. We are planning on a summer voluntary meeting (or 2 or 3) as we are compiling an e-mail list to communicate this summer. Participate in chess tournaments; sharpen their chess skills. Members play chess for recreation and competition. Digital Photography is a club where We order our supplies from bhphotovideo.com students can come to find out more about the functions of the print. Club members are issued a club camera and necessary equipment to accomplish the goals of this club. Club Name
Officers
Club Description
Special Programs / Fundraising
Provides various opportunities for students to help with the environment in educational, recreational, or newsworthy nature. 1. The redevelopment and maintenance of the High students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. The goals of 2. Food Sales during wrestling meets and 3. Participation in competitive events vs. other high 4. Attendance at the Marketing Education Day events at Six Flags Theme Park usually held 8. Establish occupational goals. 9. Facilitate the transition from school Club Name
Officers
Club Description
Special Programs / Fundraising
Each month, the front showcase is decorated highlighting important events of that particular month. We meet on a monthly basis and discuss historical events that occurred during that given month. We also place many of these events and their descriptions in the display case in the front of the school. We also discuss any current events\movies which relate to history. Interact is the youth group of the Rotary Fundraiser—Spaghetti Dinner—raises money for “Save a Minefield (international issue) purpose of the club is to be of service to Blue Ribbon Ball—Dance with other School clubs that Relay for Life—Cancer Initiative—fundraiser, awareness campaign, (campout) Wellness workshop planned for this year. No plans as yet, begins in January American Cancer Society March of Dimes Club Name
Officers
Club Description
Special Programs / Fundraising
UNICEF- Trick or Treat for UNICEF October Key Club is an international student-led organization, which provides its members Dollars for Scholars Phone-a-thon February leadership, character building, caring, and The club participates in all high school plays. The members will at times help out with middle school productions and music department productions. The location is always the PAC. There are usually one to sixteen members working on a production. The club participates in the add book for the high Will publish a school literary magazine. students’ writings. Participate in five Burlington County given to upperclassmen. Mathematical recreation is stressed. An academic club which gives the student congress for two days at Montclair State University. Club Name
Officers
Club Description
Special Programs / Fundraising
a high school average of at least 4.0 are the faculty on the categories of leadership, disregarded. The candidate must obtain an average score of seventy five percent of the possible points to be elected. The Science League Club provides our students with a venue to compete on a state-wide level in Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics---this is the N.J. Science League which meets the second Thursday of each month from January to April. In May we compete in the annual Merck State Science Day competition. This is also a statewide competition which tests students on a non-AP level as well as AP Bio, Chem., and Physics. We usually plan a trip to the Franklin Institute or the Aquarium as a reward for their efforts in the academic competitions. SET Club is a multicultural club. Its Sells refreshment at Girls Basketball Games Breast Cancer Walk, Heart Walk, cultural field trips, the Annual Great Adventure Multicultural Day in May. Club Name
Officers
Club Description
Special Programs / Fundraising
come to learn about the responsibilities of the set for our two theatrical performances. They learn theatrical terms, how to move set pieces into place, safety and the responsibility of being apart of a team Set Design Painting is a club where students can come to learn about the responsibilities of painting the set for our theatrical terms, how to transfer a scale drawing to a larger scale set and painting techniques. This club prepares and sells food and Supplies are purchased through Sam’s Club, Pepsi and school spirit items at football games. The money is then dispersed to various sports teams at the high school. This is a student elected organization that 1. To represent the views of the student Trick r treat night – donation of candy by members and a distribution of candy to community children in the Mr. BTHS – senior pageant for boys -- March Road to Success – identify where seniors will be attending. Cost $10.00 per student Club Name
Officers
Club Description
Special Programs / Fundraising
The Table Tennis Club meets at least once Tables, net sets, paddles and balls are purchased a week on Wednesday’s. We play in the back gym which provides plenty of room with a high ceiling. Our club provides the students with the ability to improve their game of table tennis. We learn the rules of the game such as a legal serve, how to play doubles, etc. We have a tournament at the end of the school year and trophies are won for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. A music honor society and service group opportunities, workshops in the field of music education. Designed for students interested in women’s issues in our current society. Students will work to investigate positive influences, research women’s struggle for rights and engage in charitable fundraising for women’s causes. This is a course that is taught at the high school. We use Adobe InDesign to desktop publish the There can be one or two Editor in Chiefs entire yearbook. We have after school club members that help us out. Their job is to create a and editors for each section of the book. marketing plan for selling the yearbook. In addition they do the mailings home to inform parents that the yearbook is for sale. Marketing the yearbook includes making posters, posting information sections. They are to report to the Editor on myspace.com, posting info on the school web site newsletter, showcasing the yearbook staff in in Chief about progress/problems etc. The the yearbook showcase near the “c” wing breezeway, wearing of t-shirts for the staff members etc. Editor in Chief reports to the Advisor. The We work on deadlines that are defined by Jostens. If we do not meet the deadlines provided the Advisor is allowed to handpick the staff yearbook will begin to cost us additional money to produce, hence cutting into our funds. The yearbook is priced at $65.00 and we order approximately 485 books or which approximately 25 are finalized for the school year, the Advisor given away free to administrators, police, board of education, media center etc. Sometimes Jostens will obtain a class list. At that time if the prints extra books and sends them to us. If we sell the books we pay Jostens the production price. class is overcrowded the Advisor will pick If we do not sell them we can send the books back to Jostens at no cost to us. The 2007 yearbook and choose the students for the class based was produced all in black and white. We took the color out as it cost too much to produce and it on past experience in the yearbook course was hard meeting the first deadline with color. from the previous year and graphic design During the course of the year, the class Advisor has many responsibilities to fulfill. This section of the manual is designed to guide you through each year. You will notice that each year has specific activities and responsibilities. If you still have questions and/or concerns after reading this section please feel free to ask the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities or other Advisor(s).
Class Advisor Responsibilities:
Financial:
¾ Each member of the student body is responsible for paying class dues. Students are only responsible to pay class dues for the years they attended Burlington Township High School or $76.00. The dues are $20.00 per year. The Superintendent’s office has set this fee. The following is a breakdown of where the money goes: Burlington Township High School - Class Dues ¾ Advisor(s) must deposit dues into the designated dues account. This account number is the year of graduation. For example the Class of 2015’s account number would be 2015. ¾ Only Advisor(s) can collect dues. Dues or fundraising monies are not to be collected by
student representatives. All checks must be copied. Checks, the copies and cash must be
deposited within 72 hours of receipt. You are strongly encouraged to turn over all monies
to the Athletic and Activities Office to be stored in the safe.
¾ Two account numbers will be established for each class. One account is to be used strictly for class dues and the other for fundraising. The following are examples of the account numbers ¾ Each Advisor will keep a binder in which each student will have his/her own receivable page. (See Appendix J.) As dues are paid the Advisor must document the amount collected on the
student’s page and also the Class Dues Receivable Log. (See Appendix K.)
¾ A spreadsheet is to be kept to track payments (See Appendix L.)
¾ Advisor(s) will be available collect dues from students throughout the school year. o Students may not attend the Cotillion or the Prom until all dues are current. o In early August, each Advisor will forward a letter to the guidance department to be included in the student’s scheduled mailing. Within this letter parents will be informed of class dues and any other class news that the Advisor feels is necessary to include. This is your opportunity to solicit help for the different events that will take place during the year. ¾ Twice yearly, Advisor(s) will distribute to students, via their grade room teacher, a letter/statement indicating the dates for when dues were paid and the current balance. (See
Appendix M.)
Elections:
¾ It is the responsibility of all Advisor(s) to monitor class elections. A schedule will be developed to guarantee full and fair coverage of all lunches. ¾ Election dates will be set during June of the previous school year. ¾ Student Government elections take place in May and the students take office in June. Individual class officer and representative elections will take place in May for office beginning ¾ Create a ballot box with the class color to be used during all elections throughout the year. Chaperoning Responsibilities:
¾ It is the responsibility of the Freshmen, Junior and Senior Advisor(s) to chaperone the Cotillion in March. All chaperones will be compensated. ¾ It is the responsibility of the Freshmen and Sophomore Advisor(s) to chaperone the Prom in May. The Senior Advisor(s) is exempt from chaperoning the Prom and is a guest of the Junior Advisor(s). All chaperones will be compensated. Class Meetings:
¾ Each class is to have two (2) meetings per month. The class officers should create an agenda ¾ It is the responsibility of the secretary of the class to prepare a monthly report and forward it to ¾ The secretary, with the help of the Class Advisor(s) are to submit monthly meeting attendance sheets to the secretary of the Student Government. It is important to keep accurate records because students can face impeachment for not attending meetings, activities and other events sponsored by the Student Government. This report is to be sent no later then the 28th of each ¾ A monthly report for the class must also be emailed to the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities ¾ If members fail to participate in governmental activities they can face impeachment by the Announcements/Communications:
¾ Due to the overwhelming number of announcements made each day, each class is asked to only send emergency announcements to the athletic office via e-mail. ¾ All classes are to set meeting dates for the each semester during their first meeting of that semester. Once the dates have been established, please forward them to the athletic office so they can be posted on www.highschoolsports.net. ¾ All classes are requested to create a website indicating meeting dates and important activities ¾ An email distribution list should be created to relay information to all officers and Homecoming Responsibilities:
Homecoming at BTHS is always an exciting time. Staying on top of all the events and changes that take place can be tricky. The key to surviving Homecoming is being organized and asking for help when needed. The following information should go a long way to making your homecoming ¾ Homecoming is usually the one of the last two weekends in October. ¾ The overall theme for homecoming festivities is chosen in June of the previous school year. ¾ You are responsible for building a float, creating hallway decorations and creating a banner indicating your theme. Try to enlist the help of parents. This makes things much easier. ¾ A budget of $500.00 has been set aside to be used for all homecoming activities. Anything over that amount must come from your class fundraising account. ¾ There are two ways of spending this money: ¾ You can purchase your supplies and submit your receipts to the Athletic Office for ¾ You can order your supplies ahead of time and have a voucher signed by a company representative and a check will be prepared for payment. ¾ Individual class themes must be chosen and submitted to the Student Government: ¾ Senior Class will dedicate their float and hallway to Athletics. ¾ Junior Class will dedicate their float and hallway to Clubs/Activities ¾ Sophomore Class will dedicate their float and hallway to Arts ¾ Freshman Class will dedicate their float and hallway to school spirit. ¾ Each class will have a designated location for building their float. ¾ The freshman class will build in the barn on school property. You will need to contact the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities to obtain keys to enter the barn. ¾ The sophomore and junior classes will build their floats at the Burlington Township Sewer Works. You are to contact, Gary Snyder of the Public Works at 609.239.5905, to meet and discuss the parameters for using the facility. ¾ The senior class will build at Skimmer. Contact Mrs. Barbara Doelle at Skimmer 609.387.2775 to setup a meeting to discuss your responsibilities for using the facility. She ¾ Hallway decoration will take place on the Thursday prior to Homecoming. There are strict guidelines for the creating your hallway display. NO ITEMS MAY BE HUNG FROM THE CEILING OR ATTACHED TO THE FLOOR!!! Double sided tape may not be used. Packing tape seems to work the best. ƒ Hallway designation is as follows: • Freshmen: Hallway at the Hopkins Annex • Sophomores: A – Hall • Juniors: B – Hall • Seniors: D – Hall • Clubs/Activities will decorate C-Hall in a school spirit theme. ¾ Each class Advisor is responsible for creating the election ballots for the following o Freshman – Lord and Lady – one boy and one girl o Sophomore – Duke and Duchess – one boy and one girl o Junior – Prince and Princess – one boy and one girl o Senior – King and Queen – eight boys and eight girls • Please note, all Advisor(s) must cover elections during student lunches.
¾ During the half-time festivities on homecoming day, Advisor(s) are to meet their class representatives at the gate nearest the band. You are to escort them onto the track for presentation of banners and announcement of the class winners. Please note, locations are subject to change. A meeting with Advisor(s) will be held prior to starting Purchasing:
¾ Proposed purchases must be cleared through the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities, including ¾ Payment for items must be made through the Student Activities Account. ¾ A Student Activities Account Voucher must be signed by the payee and also the Advisor and then submitted to the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities (See Appendix I.)
¾ Items, clothing, and designs must be appropriate for display in school and fit the dress code policy in Year by Year Activities and Responsibilities
Freshman Year:
Elections:
¾ Elections will be held at the beginning of the school year for officers and representatives. The date for petition distribution, campaign speeches and elections will have been set at the June ¾ Advisor(s) are to distribute and collect petitions. ¾ Students will create posters that must be approved by Supervisor of Athletics & Activities. ¾ Advisor(s) will be available to facilitate the movement of candidates during their speeches. ¾ Elections will take place during each lunch period on the designated day. ¾ The Advisor(s) will create ballots and count them at the end of the election. ¾ The Advisor(s) will forward to the Supervisor of Athletics and Activities the list of winners. Class T-Shirts:
¾ T-shirts are to be ordered at the beginning of the school year so that they can be distributed to students by the time Homecoming activities begin. ¾ It is recommended that 100 t-shirts be ordered for distribution by the 3rd week of September. ¾ The class color will be decided the June of the previous year. ¾ Students will need their shirts to participate in class competition around homecoming. Fundraising:
¾ Complete one fundraising activity by the end of April. Please be reminded that candy sales are not approved fundraisers. This money will be used to help off-set any cost overruns due to the various special events that occur during the four years at BTHS. Chaperoning and Supervision:
¾ Chaperone the cotillion hosted by the sophomore class in March. ¾ Assist in the supervision of homecoming, cotillion and prom ticket sales during the lunch Special Events:
¾ Investigate and secure a facility for the Junior/Senior prom that you will be hosting during your 11th grade year. The facility and prom date must be submitted in writing to the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities. Do not book a facility without consulting the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities. This should be completed by time the students enter their sophomore year. ¾ Use the School Facilities Application Form to reserve the cafeteria for the cotillion during your ¾ The date will be decided by the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities. Class Dues:
¾ Collect Class Dues (please see Class Dues section of this manual) Sophomore Year:
Elections:
¾ Elections will be held at the beginning of the school year for officers and representatives. The date for petition distribution, campaign speeches and elections will have been set at the June ¾ Advisor(s) are to distribute and collect petitions. ¾ Students will create posters that must be approved by Supervisor of Athletics & Activities. ¾ Advisor(s) will be available to facilitate the movement of candidates during their speeches. ¾ Elections will take place during each lunch period on the designated day. ¾ The Advisor(s) will create ballots and count them at the end of the election. ¾ The Advisor(s) will forward to the Supervisor of Athletics and Activities the list of winners. T-shirts:
¾ If t-shirts are needed, please re-order from the same company as the freshman year. ¾ All students need to have a class t-shirt to participate in any homecoming activities. Fundraising:
¾ Complete one fundraising activity by the end of April. Please be reminded that candy sales are not approved fundraisers. This money will be used to help off-set any cost overruns due to the various special events that occur during the four years at BTHS. ¾ Fundraising activities are to be submitted the prior June. Chaperoning and Supervision:
¾ Chaperone the Prom hosted by the Junior class in the Spring. ¾ Assist in the supervision of homecoming, cotillion and prom ticket sales during the lunch Special Events/Programs:
Cotillion:
¾ Plan and carryout the Cotillion for the Freshman Class. ¾ The Cotillion will be held in the high school cafeteria in March. Complete a Facility Use Form to reserve the Cafeteria. This should be submitted by the second week of September. ¾ Music, decorations small favors and some food is highly encouraged at this semi-formal event. ¾ Tickets are to be created and the back of the ticket must include specific wording from the vice- principals. Please see Appendix N for “The Agreement to Attend a Dance or Event.”
¾ During ticket sales, keep a detailed list of all attendees and use The Cotillion Ticket Sales Form. (See Appendix O.)
Ring Ceremony Procedures:
o January – February – Set a date with Herff Jones (215.245.8669 - Gary Lehman) to
come to the high school for an evening for parents and a day for students to order rings. The class Advisor attends the evening ordering session in the cafeteria. Herff Jones sets up a table outside the cafeteria during lunches to sell rings to the students during the day session. Gary Lehman supplies the ring packets (information) for distribution to
o March – April – The sophomore class Advisor sets up the ceremony (in May).
ƒ Fill out the facilities use form for the cafeteria and send to Adrienne Bilotta in ƒ Meet with cafeteria staff about supplying food for the event. Bagels (not poppy or onion and have them sliced), plenty of plain cream cheese, muffins, fruit, hot food, assorted drinks. Gary Lehman will pay up to $100.00 of this. The kitchen supplies coffee, hot tea, OJ and paper products. ƒ Meet with the class officers about making speeches – Class VP- history of class ring. Class President – what it means to be a Falcon – is an example of what o April - May
ƒ The 10th grade Vice Principal will do the welcome speech and the Advisor will ƒ Request from Gary Lehman a list of students who bought rings and also who still owe for their rings. We need to know ahead of time if any students still owe, so reminders can be given to those students in plenty of time to pay off the ƒ Design passes for students coming to the ceremony; provide the students with ƒ Provide teachers a list of students going to the ceremony. ƒ Make sure that every student (including juniors and seniors) that has ordered a o Podium, microphone, food, music, tables for parents and students, tablecloths (supplied by cafeteria), passes for students, balloons and Class Dues:
¾ Collect Class Dues (please see Class Dues section of this manual) Junior Year
Elections:
¾ Elections will be held at the beginning of the school year for officers and representatives. The date for petition distribution, campaign speeches and elections will have been set at the June ¾ Advisor(s) are to distribute and collect petitions. ¾ Students will create posters that must be approved by Supervisor of Athletics and Activities. ¾ Advisor(s) will be available to facilitate the movement of candidates during their speeches. ¾ Elections will take place during each lunch period on the designated day. ¾ The Advisor(s) will create ballots and count them at the end of the election. ¾ The Advisor(s) will forward to the Supervisor of Athletics and Activities the list of winners. T-shirts:
¾ If t-shirts are needed, please re-order from the same company as the freshman year. ¾ All students need to have a class t-shirt to participate in any homecoming activities. Fundraising:
¾ Complete one fundraising activity by the end of April. Please be reminded that candy sales are not approved fundraisers. This money will be used to help off-set any cost overruns due to the various special events that occur during the four years at BTHS. ¾ Fundraising activities are to be submitted the prior June. Special Events/Programs:
¾ It is the responsibility of the Junior class to plan and carryout the prom for the senior class. ¾ The location and date were chosen at the end of the freshman year. ¾ In December, create posters indicating when prom tickets will go on sale. These posters must be approved by the Supervisor of Athletics and Activities. ¾ The DJ should be chosen by September 30th. Check with the Assistant Athletic & Activities Director about the DJ. A package of dances may have already been negotiated with a DJ. ¾ A Davor representative will contact you at the beginning of January. You will receive a Davor Photography binder. This binder will contain the following: backgrounds for pictures, prom favors and invitations. You will get a certain number of invitations for free but will have to buy the rest. The items you select will have to be ordered as soon as possible, no later then February 15th. This will ensure that you get what you want. Have alternative favors ready in the event they sell out quickly. ¾ When determining your ticket price, take into account the cost of meal, the DJ, party favors, seating cards and incidentals. Tickets for the chaperones are free. You will need approximately eight (8) chaperones plus two (2) police officers. Administrators and senior class Advisor(s) are permitted to bring a guest. This figure should also be worked into the ticket price. The ticket price should be around $60.00. Remember, this is not a ¾ Ticket sales are to begin during the last week of March. Seniors are permitted to buy tickets for two days prior to the Junior class. Tickets may not be sold to freshman and sophomores. Seniors and Juniors are permitted to bring underclassman and outside guests. Outside guests must be twenty (20) years of age or younger. They must have appropriate identification. ¾ An insert to the tickets must be printed and distributed with the tickets. See Appendix N for the Agreement to Attend Dances and Events. ¾ A detailed and accurate list of all attendees must be kept including the date the ticket was sold, guest name, table number, dinner selection and arrival information (See Appendix P).
This is extremely important. Please monitor your class officers to insure the accuracy of
the lists.
¾ Record the name of the student purchasing the ticket as well as his/her guest. Each ticket sold must be accounted for. Please check that a student purchasing a ticket is not on the deprived or suspension lists. These lists are sent to the advisor(s) on a daily basis. If a student appears on those lists, they must have written permission from the administration indicating they can ¾ The BTHS Prom Guest Tracking Sheet must also be filled out by the advisor. (See Appendix
Q.) The tracking sheet will be submitted to the Athletic Office when ticket sales are
¾ The BTHS Prom Guest Registration Form must be filled out completely. (See Appendix R.)
DO NOT SELL A TICKET FOR AN OUTSIDE GUEST UNTIL THE PURCHASER
HAS PROVIDED ALL APPROPRIATE INFORMATION ABOUT THE GUEST.
Remind the purchaser that their outside guest must have ID to get into the Prom. ¾ Provide the students with the Prom Information Packet. (See Appendix S.) This packet
includes meal selection, seating, and promenade forms. It also indicates when and where pictures will be taken as well as directions to The Mansion. ¾ Create a seating chart plan for all guests. It is recommended that if a group of students has a complete table of 10 or 12, that one person should hand in the seating assignments. All other single guests will be filled in where appropriate. ¾ Create place cards with names on one side and food choice on the other. Place cards should be given to the facility prior to the event. They will place them on their tables along with the party favor. o Contact the event coordinator of the facility to arrange drop-off date for favors, center pieces (if you have them), place cards and payment. o Using hall decorations is recommended. Contact event coordinator for suggestions. ¾ One Advisor and two other people should check-in guests. The check in log and pens should be provided. The check-in log should include the first and last name of each guest, their table number and whether the attendee is an outside guest or not. This will expedite check-in. An administrator will be present if needed. Prom Court Responsibilities:
¾ Order crowns for the queen and king. This can be done with Andersons. You will ¾ Entire court receives gifts of your choice. This amount should also be figured into ¾ King and Queen Gifts should be different from the rest of the court. ¾ Queen flowers should be of a greater quantity then the other court members. ¾ This is completed during prom night by the chaperones and administrators. ¾ There will be four girls and boys chosen for court. ¾ Announce Prom court and King and Queen at approximately 11:30. Have the senior Advisor(s) on hand for the crowning. Prom Fashion Show -- March
¾ This date will be chosen by the Supervisor of Athletics and Activities. ¾ Reserve the Performing Arts Center (PAC) of the high school and the Cafeteria. This is an excellent opportunity to raise funds for the class. ¾ Contact Formal Expressions in Maple Shade. They should be able to provide the tuxedos and will work with David’s Bridal of Deptford to provide dresses for the girls. ¾ Formal expressions should be contacted by December 20th. They should supply an MC for the show but you will need to verify this. If not, you will need to find an MC and DJ ¾ An equal number of juniors and seniors should be chosen to use as models. ¾ Solicit local business for donations. You want prom oriented services. A letter should be sent to florists, nail salons, limo services, etc. ¾ Create a prom program that can be used to help sell advertising space. ¾ Secure three (3) chaperones for the event. At least one male chaperone will be needed. ¾ Contact Pam Goodman, Yearbook Advisor, to have a student take pictures for the Promenade:
¾ This event gives family and friends the opportunity to take pictures of all the attendees. ¾ At the beginning of the school year, reserve the PAC and high school cafeteria for the ¾ The cafeteria is used by Davor Photography to take prom pictures. You will need to make sure that maintenance is called to clear the café of tables and chairs. Davor will supply ¾ You will need a 10th grade Advisor and at least two other chaperones at the school. ¾ 10th grade student hosts would be helpful in facilitating movement of guests and parents. ¾ Create signs indicating that parents are not permitted in the hallway or cafeteria. They are ¾ Do not buy decorations for the stage. The kits are hard to put together. You are encouraged to involve the art department for decoration ideas. ¾ Contact a member of the faculty to read the names during the promenade in the PAC. ¾ Create name labels for note cards for the faculty member to read during the promenade. Place names in alphabetical order on tables near the food lines. ¾ Chaperones/Advisor(s) at the promenade must remain until all students have left for the Senior Trip:
¾ If available, chaperone the senior trip to Florida in March. Chaperones are decided in ¾ Assist in the supervision of homecoming, cotillion and prom ticket sales during the lunch Class Dues:
¾ Collect Class Dues (please see Class Dues section of this manual) Senior Year:
Elections:
¾ Elections will be held at the end of the school year for officers and representatives. ¾ Elections will take place during each lunch period on the designated day. All advisor(s) are expected to help facilitate the election process. Senior Advisor(s) will not have to count votes. T-shirt/Sweatshirts:
¾ Senior sweatshirts are to be ordered by November 15th. Preordering is recommended so sweatshirts can be personalized. www.graystonegraphics.com is one company that can be used. The sweatshirts are usually customized so pre-ordering is mandatory. ¾ T-shirt ordering is optional but if you are ordering t-shirts, pre-ordering is recommended. Fundraising:
¾ Senior trip fundraising to take place during the end of October and the beginning of November. The proceeds of this fundraiser are applied to the senior trip attendee’s account. This must be offered to students attending the senior trip. The fundraising company recommended is www.maredy.com. They will package everything and give a detailed printout of the amount that each student earned that should be applied to their account. Chaperoning and Supervision:
¾ Assist in the supervision of homecoming, cotillion and prom ticket sales during the lunch Special Events/Programs:
Homecoming:
¾ Build the senior float. The location is determined by the Supervisor of Athletics & ¾ Create ballots for the King and Queen homecoming court. ¾ Eight Kings and Eight Queens are elected to the homecoming court. ¾ At half-time of the homecoming football game, meet the court and their representatives at the entrance to the track by the snack shack. The Athletic Director will signal for the court members and their escorts to proceed to the 50 –yard line for introduction to the crowd. ¾ Have students present the class banners to the crowd. Senior Trip:
¾ Chaperone (if available) the senior trip to Florida in March. Senior Picnic:
¾ Plan and carryout the senior picnic, to take place during the final days of school in June. ¾ Check with the Supervisor of Athletics & Activities for the date and rain date of the picnic. ¾ The location of the picnic is Green Acres Park. ¾ Contact Mrs. Barbara Doole, of the Department of Recreation, at the beginning of March ¾ Music, activities, games and food are to be provided at this event. Mr. Lovendusky and Mr. Butler will usually volunteer to do the grilling. Graduation Announcements:
¾ In the middle of May, Herff Jones will forward to the high school main office, the Graduation Announcements. Each graduating senior will be entitled to one package of announcements. A senior list will be provided of all graduates. The announcements can be distributed during all lunches. It is the students responsibility to come for their Senior Award Letters and Ceremony:
¾ The principals secretary, whom is in charge of the senior awards, will provide a list of winners to the Advisor(s). It is then their responsibility to ensure that all winners hand in a letter specifically written to their parents/guardians. This letter refers to a moment in their past that only the family will know. This letter will then be returned to the winner on ¾ Participate as a presenter at the Senior Award Night Ceremony. A script will be provided Graduation Ceremony:
¾ Read the names of graduates during the graduation exercise. ¾ Graduation practice takes place during the week of graduation. The advisor(s) need to attend practice during the morning. Before the week of practice, contact the main office ¾ Forward an obligation list to the secretaries in the main office. They will publish a list of those students that owe for books, fines, and dues. Senior Obligations:
¾ Collect Class Dues. Any unpaid dues as of June 1st, need to be placed on the senior Appendices:
Forms Appendix
BTHS Activities - Certificate of Eligibility Cotillion and Homecoming Ticket Sales Log BTHS Activities - Certificate of Eligibility Eligibility lists must be on file in the Athletic Office for all extra-curricular activities. The following students will be a member of the: The undersigned hereby consent to abide by the Rules and Regulations of the NJSIAA and hereby submit ourselves to the jurisdiction of the said association. The signatures of the Principal, athletic director, and teaching staff are required on this certificate. Code: Indicate by the following letters which documentary proof of age has been examined: A. Birth Certificate B. Baptism Certificate C. School Record All Extracurricular Rosters must be kept on file with the Advisor and Athletic Director. BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT
FUNDRAISER APPLICATION
All organizations must submit this application for all fundraisers to be conducted in the district schools. The application must be complete with sample brochures submitted along with the application. The application must be given to the Athletic Director and Principal by June 10th to be considered for the following school year. Approval or denial will be stated in writing by the building principal by June 30th. Organization: Type of Fundraiser: Describe items to be sold: Date(s) of Fundraiser: (Organization will be notified of the approved date(s) by the beginning of the fundraiser. Schools will not schedule fundraisers on the same date, nor will they sell the same items). What is the goal? (Amount of earnings desired): How do you plan to spend the earnings during the school year? (You may attach an additional sheet for budget if needed): Organization President Signature: Organization Vice President Signature: Staff Representative: Date Submitted: Application Reviewed by: Mr. Peter E. Teifer, Athletic Director Date Dr. Christopher Manno, Superintendent Date Student Activities Account - Deposit Form BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS
PARENTAL PERMISSION FOR SCHOOL TRIP
Student:________________________________________ School:__________________________________________ Trip Destination:_____________________________________________________________________________________ Trip Date:______________________________________ Trip Cost:________________________________________ Purpose of Trip:______________________________________________________________________________________ Means of Transportation:_______________________________________________________________________________ Time of Departure:_______________________________ Time of Return:____________________________________ Trip Coordinator:________________________________ Chaperones:______________________________________ Appropriate Dress:____________________________________________________________________________________ This form must be filled out completed and returned prior to the event. No student will be allowed to participate without a
completed authorization form.
In case of emergency contact:

__________________________________________________________________________________________________ Family Physician:_______________________________ Phone:___________________________________________ Special medical conditions of your child:__________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Medications:________________________________________________________________________________________ Statement of Consent:
I give _________________________________ my consent to participate in this event. In doing so, I agree to the following: 1. In case of a medical emergency, I grant the chaperones the right to authorize medical care, if none of the persons above 2. I agree to pay the expense of returning my child home before termination of the event if he or she does not adhere to 3. The school is not responsible for damage or loss of property personally owned by my child. 4. I understand that this field trip is voluntary and that it may expose my child to some risk(s). I also understand that the trip may include amusement activities and that participation in any amusement activities may expose my child to some risk of injury or even death. 5. I understand my child may forfeit his/her right to this trip if he/she is not in compliance with the school’s academic and behavioral policies as outlined in the student handbook. _______________________________________________ ________________________________________________ (Signature of Parent or Guardian) Parent/Guardian: Please note: All trip fees paid in advance are non-refundable
Students please note: In order that your teachers have prior awareness of this field trip, please have each of your classroom
teachers sign on the appropriate line below. Teachers: Please indicate the following: the student is presently passing your course, is not in danger of losing credit due to
absences and has been provided with the work to be made up. ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ Trip Sponsor/Chaperone Please Note: This form must be completed fully, signed and filed in the Office of the
Principal prior to departure.
• Class or Group ___________________________________________________________ • Destination _____________________________________ City_____________________ • No. of Students ___________________________________________________________ • Date(s) of Trip ____________________________________________________________ • Alternate Date(s) __________________________________________________________ • Day Trip Depart from ___________________ Time ______________________________ • Return to _____________________________ Time ______________________________ • Overnight Trip: Yes _______ No _________ Requires advance Board approval • If yes, boys and girls will be separated on different floors: Yes _______ No __________ • Cost per student, including all transportation and meals ___________________________ • Is cost subsidized by any group? Yes __________________ No ___________________ • If yes, by whom? _________________________________________________________ • How much per student? ____________________________________________________ • Teacher(s) requesting trip: __________________________________________________ • Other chaperones _________________________________________________________ • Date this request submitted to Principal. _______________________________________ • Transportation: Call Transportation Coordinator Madeline Moyer for transportation cost. • ______ I am providing transportation in my personal vehicles: I understand my personal insurance will have primary responsibility, followed by Board’s liability insurance up to $2 million. • ______ I need ______ (number) Board of Education Contracted buses. • ______ Private (charter) bus transportation will be used. • Name of Bus Company ____________________________________________________ • Bus Company’s Insurance Carrier: ___________________________________________ • State how students will benefit from this trip: ___________________________________ • Recommended by Principal ________________________________ Date: ____________ • Action by Superintendent _________________________________ Date: ____________ • Board Action: Approved ______________________ Disapproved __________________ • _____ No cost to Board of Education • _____ Board of Education Cost $_______________________________________________ in-district request only


Please complete the form to the best of your ability. Your school principal must approve the event request form before it
is returned to the PAC Manager’s Office and placed on the PAC schedule. Requests will be granted in the order of date received and on the condition that your principal has approved the form. Date of Event: ______________________Time In: _____________ Time Out: ______________ Organization/Class: _____________________________________________________________ Purpose: ______________________________________________________________________ Contact Person ___________________________________ Phone ext: ____________________ E-Mail:__________________________________________ ____________________________________________Date of request:___________________ ____________________________________________Date of approval:___________________ Signature Of Principal IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO CHEC K WITH THE PAC MANAGER TO CONFIRM THE SPACE IS STILL AVAILABLE TWO DAYS PRIOR TO YOUR EVENT.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Christine Griffith PAC Manager, Extension #1143 cgriffith@burltwpsch.org CBG/amb \\Userserver\users$\Abilotta\FORMS\PAC in district use form.doc ________________________
_______________________________
DATE OF REQUESTED USE
ORGANIZATION
1. SPECIFIC SCHOOL DISTRICT AREAS REQUESTED:
(Performing Arts Center, Orchestra Pit, Rest Rooms, Dressing Room(s), Cafeteria,

Kitchen, Classrooms, etc.)

2. SPECIFIC SCHOOL DISTRICT EQUIPMENT REQUESTED:
(Microphones, Headphones, Tape Deck, Special Lighting/Sound, Tables, Chairs etc.) ___________________________________________ Approved by PAC Manager:_______________________ \\USERSERVER\USERS$\abilotta\FORMS\PAC in district use form 3.doc BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION
Use of School Facilities - Application Form
Requests should be made at least three weeks prior to the dates on which the event is scheduled. Today's Date:_
Estimated Attendance:____ ___
Admission Charged:____________

Adult in Charge:__________________
Telephone: _______________________________

Building:______Young School ______Springside School ______Fountain Woods School
Facilities Requested:
_____ Gym
*If kitchen facilities are requested, a representative of
______ Kitchen Privileges* Caterer: Yes No
the school district cafeteria staff must be present. A fee will be charged to the user for this service. If a caterer is utilized, the caterer must also provide an Authorized Representative:

Signature:____________________________
_______________

With the exception of student activities that are covered by the District Master Insurance policy, all other activities
require proof of a minimum of $1,000,000 liability insurance. A certificate of insurance, which names Burlington
Township Board of Education as additional insured, must be attached to this application.
Insurance Carrier:______________________________________________________Policy
#______________________
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***

Request approved by Board of Education________
_____________________________________
Signature
U:\FORMS\School Facilities Use Form 02 - Buildings.doc SPECIAL EVENT ORDERS
TODAY’S DATE: __________________________
DATE: ___________________________________
TIME OF AFFAIR: _________________________
PERSON MAKING REQUEST: _____________________________
CONTACT PHONE NUMBER: _____________________________
SCHOOL: _______________________________________________
LOCATION OF AFFAIR:

Cafeteria _____
Media Center _____
Board Room _____
Other _____ Sun Room _____

ORGANIZATION NAME: __________________________________
NUMBER OF PERSONS: ___________________________________
ITEMS REQUESTED:

Please check one:
Breakfast _____

Lunch _____
Snack _____
Other _____
Please consider following items:
Coffee _____

Hot Tea _____
Hot Chocolate _____
Milk _____
Soda _____
Ice Tea _____
Orange Drink _____
Fruit Punch _____
Lemonade _____
Other _____
Donuts _____
Cookies _____
Brownies _____
Bagels _____
Fruit _____
Muffins _____
Other _____
Lunch Meat Platter _____
Salads _____ Other _____
Other items are available upon request.

Special Event request forms must be completed and submitted to the food service director’s office one (1) week
prior to the event date. Please fax to 609-239-8807. Events for more then 25 people or request for something
more then simple snacks set-ups (ex: cookies, cold or hot drinks) must be made two (2) weeks prior to the event
date. A 12-person minimum will be for all specials events. If you should need any additional help, please call
Pat Gould at 387-1713 x 1116.
08/03

STUDENT ACTIVITIES ACCOUNT
BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
BURLINGTON, NEW JERSEY, 08016
In order to receive payment, please sign the "claimant" line below
and return to our office.
NEW JERSEY LAW REQUIRES FULLY ITEMIZED BILLS AND DECLARATION VERIFYING CLAIMS EXCEEDING $25

CLAIMANT'S CERTIFICATION AND DECLARATION
I do solemnly declare and certify under the penalties of
the law that the within bill is correct in all its particulars; that
Approved by
Position
the articles have been furnished or services rendered as stated
therein; that no bonus has been given or received by any persons
within the knowledge of this claimant in connection with the
above claim; that the amount therein stated is justly due and
Account Title
Acct. No.
owing; and that the amount is a reasonable one.
Claimant Purchased
Official
Position
Class of 200_
Student Payment Log
Method of Payment
School Year
Date Paid
Amount Paid
Cash or Check
Student Initial
2003-2004 – Freshmen
2004-2005 – Sophomore
2005-2006 – Junior
2006-2007 – Senior

Class Dues Receivable Log
Date Entered into
Student Name
Date Paid
Cash/Check #
Spreadsheet
Class Dues Spreadsheet Sample
This spreadsheet is to be used to track student payments during their years at BTHS.
Last First
Freshman Amount
Method Sophomore Amount Method
Amount Method
Amount Method
Name Name
$0.00 $0.00
Class of ____
Payment Reminder/Receipt
Dear Student X: You have finally entered your senior year at BTHS. The year will fly by and you should make the most of it. Many obligations will come your way during your senior year. One obligation that you don’t want to wait on is your class dues. As of September 20, 2006, you have paid a total of ________. Below is a breakdown of when and what has been paid during your time at Township. In order to attend this year’s prom or to participate in other activities your dues must be paid in full. So far your account reads as follows: Please be reminded that all students are required to pay dues as stated in the student handbook. The amount is $20.00 and must be paid to __________ in room ____. This can be paid in cash or with a check payable to BTHS. If you are paid up to date, please disregard this letter. If there is a discrepancy or mistake please save this letter and see Advisor x before or after school. Thank you, Class of XXXX AGREEMENT TO ATTEND
By purchasing a ticket to this school event, I agree to abide by all district and or building rules and regulations and pledge to conduct myself in a manner that complies with the behavioral expectations inherent to those regulations. In addition, I acknowledge the following: • A Passive Alcohol Sensor System may be utilized at this event and that I will be denied entry into the event if I refuse to cooperate with its administration • A valid school ID will be required and entry into the event may be denied without the • No one will be admitted later than 1 hour after the start of the event • No one is permitted to leave earlier than 1 hour before the scheduled end of the event • No extreme or overly provocation dancing will be permitted • Sufficient lighting will be maintained to insure the safety and well-being of everyone and to allow for sufficient supervision of the event Homecoming Ticket Sales and
Cotillion Ticket Sales
Date Sold
Student Last name
Student First Name
Guest Last Name
Guest First Name
Checked-in
Prom Ticket Sales, Dinner Form and Check-in
Student Last
Arrived and
Student First Name
Guest Last Name
Guest First Name
Number Dinner Selection Checked-in
200_ Prom
Outside Guest Tracking Sheet
BTHS Prom Guest Registration Form
(guests not BTHS students)
You must fill out this form completely and have it turned in to ____________________ before your BTHS prom attendee can purchase your ticket. BTHS Student Last Name_______________________________________ BTHS Student First Name_______________________________________ Guest Last Name_______________________________________ Guest First Name_______________________________________ Age____ Parent________________________________________ Parent Phone#________________________________ Street Address_______________________________________

City_____________________________
State______
ZIP____________
School__________________________________________
Street Address ___________________________________
City _______________ State ______________ Zip ____________
Principal Name_______________________________________
School Phone #_______________________________________
*Please attach a photocopy of your id
The following information is required for all prom attendees. This packet contains seating assignments, meal selection and prom and promenade information. Please remember that all school rules apply PROM Theme Title Here
Prom 2___ Evening Events
Students will arrive and enter the building through the cafeteria
(senior parking lot entrance). Once inside, please pick up name
card for the Promenade and proceed into the cafeteria for your
pictures. Light refreshments will be served. Parents must
proceed to the Performing Arts Center. We request that all
those who are not participating in the Promenade, please
remain in the Performing Arts Center.



6:15 pm

The line for the Promenade will assemble at the back entrance door of the Performing Arts Center. Please be sure to have your name card with you. The Promenade will begin. You will proceed to the back stage entrance, hand your name card to the designated staff member, wait until your name is called, proceed down the center of the stage, and exit to the right. At this time, you may join the members of the audience. The Promenade will conclude. Please proceed to The Merion
Caterers on Main Street. Please report to the third floor.

There will be a table in the lobby where you must check-in. This
is where you will find your table assignment. Table seating
cards will be at the tables. All guests must have a valid photo
ID. No exceptions.
You must arrive no later than 8:30 pm and
you are not permitted to leave prior to 11:30 pm.


Welcome to Prom 200_
Prom Theme:
Prom Location: The Merion Caterers (Delran, NJ)
Please take this packet with you and read the information that is vital to making this a successful prom.
There are forms that have to be filled out and returned as soon as possible.
Picture package information will be distributed soon so that plans can be made ahead of time.
Contained within the packet is the following information:
• Promenade Information
• Picture Times
Table Seating Form
Dinner Selection form
Those items that are bolded need to be returned to Class Advisor by ________. All invited guests who do not attend Burlington Township High School must be registered by filling out a separate form. Please see Mr. Diamond or Mr. Teifer for this form. Reminder: Behavior has always been exceptional at Burlington Township High School Proms; therefore I am sure that this year will be even better. Appreciate the fact that your prom is at The Merion Caterers.
Please fill out this form and return it to Class Advisor by _____________.
There will be 12 people at each table. Each table must have a table captain. This person will
submit one table seating form to the Advisor. Please make sure that each person at the table
is aware they are sitting there and are not on more than one table. Names that are found more
than once will be kept on the first list that is seen and removed from all of the lists that
follow. Remember: the Prom Advisor(s) will fill in all empty spaces as necessary.
Therefore, you will not have a say in your seat. All lists are final once turned in and no
changes will be made. Lists must be turned in by Tuesday, April 11th.
NO
EXCEPTIONS!!!

Dinner Selection Form
Please return to Class Advisor by _______. Please write your name, your guest’s name, and your dinner choice(s). Directions to The Merion Caterers on Main Street From Burlington Township High School: Take 295 South to Route 73 (South). (Exit 36A). Take Route 73 to Evesham Road. Make a right onto Evesham Road. Follow this road down to Main Street. Make a left onto Main Street. Stay to the right of the circle. The Merion Caterers will be on the left. If lost, the number to The Merion Caterers on Main Street is (856)751-1717

Source: http://intra.burltwpsch.org/users/pteifer/Advisors%20Manual.pdf

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