To begin the week, juniors have spent each day creating the decorations and determining where exactly each one should go and how it fits in with the theme. Juniors that did not sign up in advance, currently have an F, or have any un-served detentions, will not be allowed to decorate during the school day. By Thursday and Friday, juniors will have spent the last two days putting up the themed decorations up in the gym and auditorium.
On Saturday, the day of the dance, from 11 a.m to 1 p.m, the public will be allowed to openly view the junior’s work and how they have decorated and incorporated this year’s unique theme. Later in the day, students will gather for the grand march to which the public is also open to view. The march will start at 8:30 at night and will last a half hour. The actual dance will then last from nine to midnight. After prom will be held at DMACC and will last from midnight to four in the morning.
“I’m pretty excited for prom. If it’s going to be anything like homecoming or formal, I think it’ll be a good time. I’m also waiting to see how the theme is incorporated with this year, that’ll be interesting,” junior Darrin Waddell says.
On Sunday, May 1st, juniors who decorated are asked to come back and tear down all of their decorations. While the prom committee and some juniors are required to come, parents and other students are welcomed to help.