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Time to vote for the king and queen


Prom 2012 is just around the corner–upperclassmen have had a lot on their minds! Find a dress, find a tuxedo, study for AP tests, buy prom tickets, vote for a prom king and queen, sleep, eat, take an AP test, find prom transportation, food reservations and more. Prom. Prom. Prom!

This years royal prom court was announced by CHSTV on May 8 four days after voting ended. ASB used this extension to count the endless ballots that were collected April 27 in senior English classes. These 12 candidates justly represent CHS’s Senior class, with a wide variety of involvement in the school.

The 2012 prom court is:

Piyush Prakash, Salutatorian
Jeremy Juybari, School Board Representative
Dylan Donn, Sound Express member
Alex Ramirez, Active Surfer
Kevin Menacer, Varsity Football player
Kyle Larson, School Mascot

Zoe White, Former Miss Teen Carlsbad
Juliana Sanchez, Athletic Trainer
Emily Law, Valedictorian
Loren Galdiano, Varsity Lacrosse player
Sam Torreto ,Varsity Water Polo player
Olivia Oas, ASB Executive Council

In order to vote, upperclassmen must buy their prom tickets. ASB will be selling prom tickets outside of the library during lunch and after school the rest of the week. Tickets purchased during this week will be $45.00 with ASB sticker, $50.00 without ASB sticker, and $55.00 for guests. However, starting May 14, all tickets will be available only during lunch with an increase in price. It is advised to take advantage of the reduced price the first week of sales.

If you intend on bringing a guest to prom, a flyer must be picked up in the office and signed by your guest’s principal and our principal, Dr. Steitz. Guest passes must be turned in two days prior to the dance so Dr. Steitz can approve them.

Upperclassmen do not let the stress of the closing year restrict you from having the time of your life, make your way to the prom ticket table to buy a ticket and vote for this year’s prom king and queen.

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Megan Benner
Megan Benner, Staff Writer
Megan Benner has been writing for Lancer Link since her junior year. She enjoys school spirit and kicking butt in soccer.

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Time to vote for the king and queen