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12400 East Jewell Avenue
Aurora, CO 80012
Prom 2017
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Overland Prom 2017

​Saturday, May 13
8:00pm - 11:30pm
Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Tickets $35/$45

Students who have paid the Activities fee get the discounted price.
ID required.
Formal attire.
No personal checks.
Drinks and desserts provided.
Coat check will not accept valuables.
Prices go up at the door.
No re-admittance after leaving the dance.

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Overland After Prom 2017
Sunday, May 14
midnight – 3:00am
Overland High School
Tickets:  $10 with Prom ticket, $15 without Prom ticket
CASH ONLY

Tickets go on sale the week of May 8 at lunch.

Non-OHS guests require a guest pass from Activities (info at right).

ID required.

No admittance after 1:30am.  No re-admittance after leaving.

NO TICKET SALES AT THE DOOR.

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Parent volunteers needed for After Prom.
Please sign up with SignUpGenius.
  • ticket sales
  • coat check
  • chaperone
  • game attendant
  • check-in table
  • check-out table


 After Prom Waiver

Parents must sign this form before students can purchase After Prom tickets.

PermissionToParticipate.pdf

 After Prom

Overland After Prom
"The Lost City of Atlantis"

Your ticket includes food and drinks
as well as all of these fun activities:

Hamster Ball on X-Track
Velcro Wall
Blackjack, Craps, Poker
Roulette
Photo Booth
Pedal Carts
Inflatable Obstacle Course
Human Foosball
Karaoke
Dancing
Movies

 Tux Rental Coupon

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Al's Formal Wear Discount Days
additional $10 off for these times

Tues. April 25 from 4-7pm
Cherry Creek North
201 Steele St.
(720) 941-2999

Wed. April 26 from 4-7pm
Centennial Location (just North of Park Meadows)
9617 E County Line Rd
(303) 706-0001

 Attendance Issues

​If you have excessive tardies or unexcused absences, you may not be able to attend extracurricular activities.

Please see your attendance dean to discuss further.

Jeff Neises — grades 9/11
Ed Harris — grades 10/12
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