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Chiefs Attend “Casablanca” Prom

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Students dancing on the dance floor and taking in the beauty of the venue and decorations.

From a very young age, everyone dreams about how memorable and exhilarating their Senior prom will be. On Saturday, April 13th this dream came true for the class of 2024. Although the event mainly focused on Senior Chiefs, we thank the class of 2025 for hosting and being in attendance at one of the most carefree and joyful events of our high school career.

The event began at 8 pm when everyone began walking through the hotel in search of the door that would lead to the main dining/entertainment area. There were two tables outside of the entry door with administrators and teachers who checked off each student’s name on the list as well as examined their receipt and ID.

Gold, pink, teal, orange, and blue decorations were placed from one side of the room to the next, as well as being present at each table and visible in the photo props and backdrops. The tables featured a combination of each color with the addition of feathers, flowers, LED candles, and floating candles that glowed as the night carried on. Food and drink options were available on both sides of the room, some of which were lemonade, brownies, empanadas, pizza bagels, spring rolls, and Pepsi. There was also a candy buffet table that featured a variety of candy options, Starbursts, jelly beans, Nerds Clusters, Skittles, Twix, Hershey Kisses, Jolly Ranchers, and Tootsie Rolls were some of the candy options available for students to fill their candy bags with.

Students danced the night away with their classmates, guests, teachers around the room. The DJ played songs suggested by students and kept the crowd hype. The dancers on stage taught the crowd TikTok dances and offered the students a chance at winning the party bus and earning our ticket money back by having the most fun possible and following an Instagram account. A best-dressed contest was hosted around 10 pm, students could either walk the stage by themselves and choose to model their outfits and moves or bring a friend.

After the contest was over, everyone danced a bit more and raided the food and drink tables before the awaited presentation of the prom queen and king nominees occurred. While everyone danced and sang along to songs together, the nominees stepped outside to prepare for their grand entrance.

Each nominee was able to become the center of attention as the dance floor cleared and the lights darkened. The nominees took everyone’s breath away as they strutted across the dance floor with their sash , flamboyant character, and outfit choice.  The female nominees stood on the left side while the males stood on the right while Ms. Robinson was in the middle with a bouquet in hand for the queen. The most awaited moment occurred as Alisha was announced as Prom Queen and Greg as Prom King. Everyone was so happy for them and began snapping pictures, recording videos, and cheering them on from the dance floor. Their excitement showed for each other and themselves as they posed for pictures and danced their way off the stage.

This was my first and last time being able to experience prom, we thank Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Harms as well as everyone who showed up or lent a helping hand behind the scenes. It was a fun and memorable experience that I wish I could relive over and over again. I was very glad to be able to party with my classmates before we embarked on the next chapter of our lives.

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Louckens Philippe
Hey Babes!, I'm Louckens Philippe. It'll be my first year in journalism and last year at Santaluces (yay!). I'm interested in poems, books, and manga - all of the nerdy but not too nerdy things. I will always be serving charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent. My friends would call me outspoken and rude, but I call it honesty (and I'm really not that bad, I swear). Once, a person said I looked like the Michael B Jordan, and I've acted accordingly since. If you think your ego is big, I'll take it down a notch for you. Touched by none, loved by all. Bow down, peasants! It's my dream house, and you're just living in it. I'm excited to see the mark I'll leave on The Tribe. 
Gabriela Martinez
Gabriela Martinez, Staff Writer
Hey :), My name is Gaby, and this is my first year on the Tribe. If ever need to find me, I always have my headphones on, and I'm about six-foot-five in height. After fighting guidance for a week for this class, I sure as hell hope that you enjoy my work (in other words, please don't expect much from me :| ). I'm excited to contribute to the Tribe as much as I can!!!   Editor's note: Gaby is never this nice, so disregard that smiley face. She's about five-foot-none. So, if you're ever looking for her, look down. The headphones and guidance parts are the only truthful parts of this bio. Stay safe, you guys. Lies everywhere! =[ - LP

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