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Suburban School Cracks Down on Dirty Dancing

School officials hope a new rule will end inappropriate moves at dances



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    Administrators at a high school in the northwest suburbs want to clean up school dances by wiping out dirty dancing.

    Starting this weekend, Maine West High School in Des Plaines will enforce a new rule to stop students from dancing in a provocative manner, according to the Trib Local.

    At the Girl's Choice dance, all students must wear a wristband. Those caught dancing inappropriately will lose their wristband. If they're caught doing it a second time, they will be sent home, according to the publication.

    High schools in Mundelein and Geneva also have implemented the wristband rule, according to the Tribune.