By Chloe Rusconi Posted June 3, 2009
The end of the year is approaching and it was time for the junior-senior prom. On May 2 the dance was held at the convention center. With many arriving early to take pictures, others showed up right on time.
Some student attendees arrived wearing Mardi gras masks in effect to the midnight masquerade theme. It seemed like everyone was having a good time and dancing the night away until it was time to get down to business.
The prom king candidates were Brandon Connell, Tanner Schmidt, and Jacob Manzo; the queen candidates were Jacqueline Hoss, Katherine Granath, and Stephanie Cochrane.
Manzo said that his best high school memory was tied between winning the State wrestling championship and standing in dresses with Schmidt during halftime for the powder puff game. Granath wishes to abolish poverty and save the world; Hoss looks up to her little brother because he is so funny when he does the chicken dance.
Connell’s most memorable high school experience was when he was performing with the choir, he jumped and his pants ripped. Cochrane’s most memorable high school experience was boonie crashing with friends. Schmidt admires his brother Nick for working so hard in high school.
Mrs. Tanya Grady announced the 2009 Prom King and Queen, Brandon Connell and Katherine Granath.