Students choose their promenade

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Ethan Marshall

Senior Bailey Comegys records prom committee’s theme ideas to prepare for the senior advisory ballots. The right most column is the colors the theme will be decorated with, the center column shows the name of the theme in the prom magazine to order supplies to make decorations, and the left most column shows the prom committee student’s idea and/or name of their theme.

Ethan Marshall, Staff Writer

This year, senior advisories will be given a ballot in order to decide the winning prom theme. The seniors will have five theme options, pre-selected by the prom committee.

The last time the majority of prom attendees were able to choose the theme of the traditional dance that defines part of the high school experience was almost five years ago. Since then, the prom committee has brainstormed themes and voted within the committee for the winner.

“It would be nice to be able to have some input,” senior Zea Zhu said after attending last year’s sunset paradise prom.

Science teacher Kyla Burns has run prom for about six years.

“I’m interested to know what people want,” Burns said.