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Winter Formal Tickets

Winter Formal Tickets

Winter formal is coming up soon! Our yearly winter dance is on Saturday, Feb., 3. The tickets this year are only $15 and you can purchase them at Payschool Events. You can also bring a guest by completing a guest form. Any student from any school can come! There are rules to this, though; a guest cannot be in middle school and cannot be over 20 years old.

Many people think these dances aren’t fun or are a waste of time, but this dance’s ticket sales directly affect the senior class. Any ticket counts because the total amount sold is deducted from the cost of prom tickets. Many students want a memorable prom and this dance will help achieve that.

You may wonder why prom tickets are expensive enough to warrant an additional dance to help pay for it. Prom is very expensive with booking the venue, purchasing decorations, hiring a DJ, and ordering food. This can quickly add up, so the Student Council uses winter formal as fundraising to help with the cost, so that way it can be affordable for students.

Senior Owen Gibbons says that “Prom is the most fun that the seniors will have all year, so it is important that we show support for them by purchasing a ticket to the winter formal. Support the senior class and make prom the best it can possibly be!”

LHS students: have fun and be safe at Winter Formal this weekend!

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