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Refrain from talking. This is the first and greatest rule. It also includes whispering.
No singing, tapping fingers or feet. The presenters do not need your help and your neighbors need silence. Learn to tap your toes quietly inside your shoes if you really want to tap your feet.
Please have nothing in your mouth, besides your teeth and tongue. Gum and candy are not allowed.
Do not use your watch alarm or jangle your jewelry. You may enjoy the sound but the added percussion is disturbing to everyone around you.
Stay awake. You never know what important bits of wisdom you might learn!
Keep your hands and feet to yourself. Please keep your feet off of the seats. This includes the seat cushions and the backs of the seats.
Do not sigh with boredom. If you are in agony, keep it to yourself. Your neighbor just may be loving the assembly!
Do not applaud until it is over. You also dont need to yell since its not a sports event.
Do not embarrass yourself or your teacher. Remember that you are representing your team and you want to be on your best behavior.
Do not go to the assembly thinking you will hate it. You may be surprised! Give new things a chance and you might really enjoy the assembly!
Enjoy the assembly!! Thank you for trying your best and enjoy!!
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