MCHS prom slated for Saturday
The Moffat County High School Junior/Senior Prom is scheduled for Saturday night in the school gym and commons area.
Tickets for the event, which runs from 9 p.m. Saturday to 1 a.m. Sunday, cost $30 for current MCHS juniors and seniors only.
Prom is a formal event and appropriate attire is required or students will not be allowed to enter, according to an MCHS news release.
All attendees must present a school identification card and guests must have a Colorado photo ID. Guest forms are required for dates who do not attend MCHS, and guest approval must be received from assistant principal Travis Jensen by today.
Students are not permitted to re-enter prom once they leave, according to the news release.
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The Grand March begins at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in the MCHS auditorium and is open to the public. The king and queen crowning takes place immediately after the Grand March.
People hoping to watch the Grand March may enter through the school’s north doors starting at 8 p.m. Once the march is finished, viewers may leave through north doors, and the dance will begin.
Parents and friends will not be allowed on the first floor.
All students attending prom must be at school today.
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