The school's student council hosted its annual senior prom on Friday for the senior citizens in the community.
The prom's theme was "A Roaring 20's Rendezvous," with
"We really just want to highlight the older generation of the community and show we appreciate them," Kalencki said. "This is our way to give back."
"This is something the student council has done for at least 15 years," Mackey said. "The kids enjoy this just as much as our guests. They love interacting and dancing with the seniors.
"This is always a great way to end the year for the students. By this time, they're burnt out with exams, tests and are ready for the summer. This event keeps them going."
"We love to dance and the kids are just awesome,"
"I just love having a good time,"
"It's really a nice event," Johnson said. "The band plays music from many different decades and the kids are really sweet."
"I'm really going to miss this, and hopefully I can come back and participate," Saint-Amand said. "It's my favorite part of the year. The seniors are so sweet, and you can really grab anyone and dance. It's a lot of fun."
Dusk Stroud, who graduated from
"It's always great seeing the familiar faces," Stroud said. "There are some who always come out, and they're dedicated to having a good time. It's nice to see that."
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