Junior Student Government Plans Prom

A group of girls line up to take a picture during the dance. The Junior Student Government worked hard to create a photo booth and candy bar for the students to enjoy.

The tennis team lines up to take a picture during the dance. The Junior Student Government worked hard to create a photo booth and candy bar for the students to enjoy.

The Junior Student Government has been planning prom since their sophomore year. Prom is the biggest event of the year and it comes with extensive planning.

Maile Conant ’18 and Caitlin Hearty ’18 are Co-Prom Chairs as well as President and and Vice President of the Junior class.

“The planning is organized into committees, and each committee is in charge of a different aspect of prom. Caitlin and  I have been overseeing all of the committees and making sure everything gets done on time,” explains Conant.

“The best part of the planning process was seeing everything start to come together with the decorations, DJ, and other jobs,” adds Hearty.

As Co-Prom Chairs they also have to communicate with administration to get everything approved.  

“It was really exciting for me to see people in the photo booth and dancing because I knew they were enjoying the hard work we put in,” says Hearty.

Prom took two years of planning and in the end it deemed successful. Up next, the Junior Student Government must work hard planning the senior wall, senior shirts, senior sunrise and do their best to leave a lasting impression at Heritage High School.

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