Prom Prep

Junior class and class sponsor discuss prom

Discussing+themes+for+first+prom+at+RRHS%2C+the+Junior+class+and+class+co-sponsor+Susan+Spengeman+plan+at+the+Junior+Class+meeting+on+February+11th%2C+2015.+They+talked+about+the+theme+and+discussed+where+the+location+was%2C+which+is+Middleburg+community+center.+
Discussing themes for first prom at RRHS, the Junior class and class co-sponsor Susan Spengeman plan at the Junior Class meeting on February 11th, 2015. They talked about the theme and discussed where the location was, which is Middleburg community center.

Discussing themes for first prom at RRHS, the Junior class and class co-sponsor Susan Spengeman plan at the Junior Class meeting on February 11th, 2015. They talked about the theme and discussed where the location was, which is Middleburg community center.

Kafia Hirad

Kafia Hirad

Discussing themes for first prom at RRHS, the Junior class and class co-sponsor Susan Spengeman plan at the Junior Class meeting on February 11th, 2015. They talked about the theme and discussed where the location was, which is Middleburg community center.


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On February 11th, 2015 a handful of juniors and co-class sponsor Susan Spengeman discussed their plans for prom.

They are still deciding on a theme but the confirmed location is Middleburg community center.

Junior Class Sponsor Susan Spengeman ran prom at her old school for five years, and she was going to be organizing the first ever prom at RRHS. “It’s exciting, but there’s also a lot of pressure because we have to make sure it’s good,” Spengeman said

Juniors like Milad Zahedi were helping out in the prom planning discussion as well. “I might not be here for prom but that doesn’t mean I can’t help out,” Zahedi said.

The junior class will be helping set up prom at Middleburg community center. Though the theme has not been chosen yet there will still be something different about the RRHS prom that will be attend by most of the junior class.

There are about 140 juniors and they estimated about 70 juniors who will tend, and possible more depending on the ticket sales. “Some new schools have almost cancelled prom because they weren’t selling enough tickets,” Spengeman said.

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