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FRHS Prom 2022 FAQs

2022 Prom FAQ
QUESTION ANSWER
What day/time is Prom? Saturday, May 7, 2022 from 8:00 - 11:00 p.m.
Can students re-enter the dance if they leave? No. If a student leaves the dance after they have already entered, they will not be allowed to re-enter the dance
Where is Prom? The Ranch @ Budweiser Event Center
How much do tickets cost? $40 per ticket
When will tickets be available for sale? Online ticket sales will be available April 11th - May 7th on SchoolPay
Will tickets be available to purchase using cash or a check? Tickets will be available to purchase using cash/check April 18th - 22nd in the Commons at the fees window ONLY DURING LUNCH.
Can students purchase tickets at the door? Yes! Students can purchase tickets at the door but ONLY by using SchoolPay. Students will not be able to purchase tickets using cash or a check
Will there be a coat check? Yes! Students will be able to store items in personally assigned disposable bags at their own risk. FRHS is not responsible for any lost or stolen items
Who can attend? Current FRHS 11th & 12th Grade Students; Early Grads from FRHS (Students will be required to have their school ID with them to enter the dance.)
Can a FRHS 11th/12th grade student bring a guest that isn't an FRHS 11th/12th grade student? Yes! Current FRHS 11th/12th grade students can each bring ONE guest from FRHS (9th-10th grade), other PSD schools, outside of PSD, etc. Guests can’t be in grades lower than 9th grade and the age of the guest can’t be 21 years old or older.
How do I get a guest pass? Guest passes are available in the East Wing Office. Please follow the directions carefully on the form and return your completed guest pass back to the East Wing Office
Is there a deadline for guest pass approval? Yes! All guest passes need to be turned in to the East Wing Office by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, May 6th.
Can I still bring a guest into the dance if I didn't get a guest pass approved by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, May 6th? No.
Can my guest enter Prom without me? No. Guests will not be allowed to enter the dance unless they enter with their host student.
What is the dress code? Formal attire is NOT required but highly recommended. Students are welcome to attend in jeans and a hoodie OR a tuxedo/formal dress
Will refreshments/snacks be available? Water will be available. Snacks will not be available.
What do I have to bring with me to enter the dance?

Every student needs to show;

  • Current FRHS Student ID
  • Proof of purchase of your ticket (printed or electronic receipt)
 

Guests need to show;

  • Current ID (School ID, Driver’s License, etc.)
  • Approved Guest Pass with all signatures completed
  • Proof of purchase of your ticket (printed or electronic receipt)
Will there be an After Prom event? Yes! There is a team of amazing parents currently planning After Prom for you. Check back for updates about the event!
Who can attend the After Prom event? Current FRHS 11th & 12th Grade Students; Early Grads from FRHS (Students will be required to have their school ID with them to enter the dance.)
Can a FRHS 11th/12th grade student bring a guest to After Prom that isn't an FRHS 11th/12th grade student? Yes! You need to use the same guest pass process listed above.
Do I have to attend Prom in order to attend After Prom? No! Students aren’t required to attend Prom in order to attend After Prom. They can just show up at After Prom.
What do I have to bring with me to enter After Prom?

Every student needs to show;

  • Current FRHS Student ID

Guests need to show;

  • Current ID (School ID, Driver’s License, etc.)
  • Approved Guest Pass with all signatures completed

 

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