Diamonds are Forever: Bloom Trail Prom 2017
about 1 month ago
Bloom Trail High School Prom
900 Eagle Ridge Dr, Schererville, IN 46375
DOORS CLOSE at
Post Prom-Odyssey Fun World
Tinley Park, IL
DOORS CLOSE AT
Bloom Trail Juniors & Seniors: this packet contains all the information you need to attend the Bloom Trail Prom. Please read it carefully. All students must have ALL forms completely filled out prior to purchasing and receiving a Prom ticket. All forms are available in the bookstore and on the school website. Forms: Dance Agreement, Post Prom Form, Guest Form
Prom Night Basics
Arrival and Check in
-All attendees must have a ticket and ID in hand to attend Prom.
-Please arrange your own transportation to Prom and Post Prom.
-All attendees must provide photo identification to get in.
-All attendees must abide by the district rules.
-Dress Code will be strictly enforced. (See handouts of dress code)
check in and pictures taken
Dinner and Dancing in the Main Ballroom
Prom King and Queen Coronation
-The GOODNIGHT rule will be in effect. Once a guest leaves the prom they are not permitted to reenter.
-If a guest leaves prom prior to they will not be allowed into post prom.
Prom Ends-guests will be given time to change clothes for Post Prom.
Post Prom Begins at Odyssey Fun World
- POST PROM ENTRY CUT OFF
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