Salem High Prom Friday Night
The theme is 'A Moment Like This'. Spring colors will represent the theme. Music will be provided by Sam Alli. Prom is scheduled from eight to midnight on Friday, with introductions, welcome and singers starting at 9:15. Coronation will be at 9:30, with the Grand March immediately following coronation. Post Prom will be sponsored by the Salem Lion's Club from one to four Saturday morning.
Spectators may buy reserved tickets for the gym's chair seats for the night of prom in front of the main office from 7:30 - 8:00 a.m. this Monday through Friday. Ticket prices will be $5 for reserved chair seats. The night of prom any unsold reserved chair seat tickets will be sold at the door along with general admission for bleacher seats. Cost for bleacher seats is $3 per person.
As in past years, SCHS will prohibit any parent/spectator from walking on the gym floor during prom. Professionally-made DVDs will be available for purchase and may be ordered in advance when reserved chair seat tickets are being sold in front of the main office or at the ticket booth the evening of Prom. Individuals videotaping will NOT be allowed to use the school's power outlets due to overloading of circuits.
The Coronation will be led by retiring King Connor Bowman and Retiring Queen Becky Black. Prom Queen and King candidates are Charli Decker and Zackary Hays, Autumn McConaughay and Dylan Benson, Alana Bierman and Matt Hahn, Trisha Alvis and Grant Rexilius, and Morgan Hawkins and Jarrett Harris.
Junior attendants are Chelsey Burroughs and Quintin Goostree, Ashton Woodward and Zephrem Conrad, Alexa Garden and Scott Helm, Lauren Hays and Chance McCay, and Cassie Brashear and Nathan King.
The name bearers are Jordan Kessler, the daughter of Jason and Megan Kessler, and Samuel Greene, the son of Kevin and Rhonda Greene.
Click here for photos of the Prom Court.
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