The grand march is a time for graduating students to walk all dressed up with a partner or small group in front of parents, guardians, and other family members.
Students do not need to purchase a prom ticket to participate in the grand march.
The grand march will take place at LTCHS at 6:15 pm in the Main Gym.
Please arrive at the school no later than 6:00 pm and head to the BAM Gym to get organized.
Students will be permitted to walk up to two times in the Grand March but are not required to.
The people that students choose to walk with MUST be a part of the Thurber graduating class of 2022.
Prom will commence immediately after the grand march in the Main Gym.
Doors will open at 7:00 PM.
Doors will close at 8:00 PM
Prom will end at 11:00 PM
Parents, guardians, and other Grand March spectators will be asked to leave for the duration of the prom.
Tickets will be $20.00 and will be available for purchase May 16-19 ONLY.
Students attending the prom must purchase a ticket ahead of time and be on the grad list.
You may bring a date that doesn't attend LTCHS, but they MUST be a current student in a high school. They MUST provide ID and have their own ticket to enter.
Anyone who is NOT a Thurber grad must be approved as a guest, even if they are a student at LTCHS. Approval forms will be available beginning May 2nd and must be filled out by their high school administrator and returned to firstname.lastname@example.org. Forms must be submitted by the guest administration by May 9th.
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