POST PROM 2020
Date, time and related information:The 2020 Post Prom party will be held at midnight on June 6, 2020, immediately following the Prom. Students do NOT need to attend the Prom in order to attend Post Prom. This drug and alcohol free party is the largest PTO-sponsored event of the year. Seniors and their dates enjoy great food, fun entertainment, and awesome prizes! Tickets for the Post Prom party will go on sale in May 2020.
Donations:The success of Post Prom depends upon the generosity of parents, community members and businesses. Fundraising begins in September and goes through the end of May. You can make a donation to Post Prom online through your Membership Toolkit account, or you can print out the form below and return to the HS with your donation.
To make a donation through the mail, click here to access the form: Post Prom Donation Form
Volunteers:We need a lot of volunteers to make Post Prom a success! Parents of underclass students as well as seniors are encouraged to get involved. If you would like to be a part of the Post Prom Committee, click this link to sign up through your Membership Toolkit account: Volunteer for the Post Prom Commitee here. You can also email Post Prom Committee Chair Barb Fowler at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in serving on the committee.The sign up for chaperones the night of the event will take place later in the school year.
Please check back for fundraising info!
Memory Wall:Senior parents are encouraged to make a poster for the Post Prom Memory Wall. This is usually a surprise for the students, so SHHHHH!Posters may NOT be larger than 24" x 36". Frames are not permitted. Posterboard is best. Tri-folds are not permitted. Websites like Shutterfly and Snapfish offer affordable poster collage products.Posters are dropped off at the HS on the Friday before Prom and the morning of Prom. Details will be provided in May.