Prom is right around the corner, with April 2 being less than two weeks away! Here is a to-do list before the big day.
Which celebrity would you like to take to prom? What meal can you cook well? What’s a good book to read quickly for students who have an independent reading essay due next week?
Students and staff share their opinions on prom, snow days and new classes.
Junior class officers are looking at making some changes to prom to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions.
Junior class president Sarah Vanstory created a slideshow about the potential plans for prom to give people an idea of what the class is planning to do. “I shared my Google Slide presentation with Mrs. Hutley, Mr. Starnes, and Ray Finley from the county health department so they could review it and discuss it. They seemed pretty open to my proposal,” Vanstory said. Her slideshow included a schedule of the events of the day and what adjustments they are planning to implement to make it safe.
We’re not sure if prom really is the “most magical” night of a high schoolers life, but everyone on the Charger staff had a great time this weekend. We love seeing everyone dressed up in dresses and tuxedos for promenade and seeing everyone pull up in the nice vehicles, or in some cases, farm equipment.... Continue Reading →
Siblings Luke and Laurel Barber are back to answer the most pressing issues surrounding Saturday’s WHS Prom. How much should I spend on Prom? Laurel: The max you should spend on prom night is $250 between flowers, the dress or tux, dinner and accessories. There is no need to go crazy for prom. It’s one... Continue Reading →
The Charger staff discusses prom and fundraising at WHS.