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Students Prepare for Prom 2015

Juniors and seniors get ready for prom.

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Students Prepare for Prom 2015

Students prepare for prom.

Students prepare for prom.

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Students prepare for prom.

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Students prepare for prom.

Emma Krejdovsky, Writer

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As the prom season begins, the junior class office has started to plan the details of this year’s prom. Prom season is very important to many students who take part in this occasion.

This years prom will be held at the Museum of the Marine Corps on May 16. The junior class office is still trying to decide on a theme for the occasion.

“We are still trying to decide if we should let the students vote on the theme of the prom or not,” reporter Kaitlyn Sullivan said.

The prom is open to all juniors and seniors. All dues need to be paid and all debts cleared in order to receive an invitation to this exciting event.

“I hope to help make prom a memorable event that everyone can enjoy and incorporate student involvement as much as possible” historian Madelyn Counsell said.

Current juniors and seniors are allowed to bring one guest. The guest fee will be 10 dollars and forms will be given out later in the school year.

“We are hoping to make this years prom a successful and unforgettable event for all juniors and seniors to enjoy and remember for many years to come,” vice president Gail Podlesny said.

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