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Prom 2018
Vote for Prom Royalty — see link below on the right 
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Overland Prom 2018

​Saturday, May 12, 2018
8:00pm – 11:30pm
Parker Vehicle Vault
Tickets $35/$45

OHS 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.
Doors close at 10:30pm.


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Overland AfterProm 2018
Saturday, May 12 into Sunday, May 13
midnight – 3:00am
Bowlero in Lonetree, CO

Tickets
$10 with purchase of Prom ticket
$15 w/o Prom ticket
on sale at lunches May 7–11
CHANGE: TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR

Permission Slips
must be submitted by Friday, May 11
PermissionToParticipate2018.pdf



Parent Volunteers Needed
Please email overlandptco@gmail.com
sell tickets | check in students as they arrive | coat check | chaperone | help with food



 Dance Guest Pass

GUEST PASS
Submit this form if you plan to invite a non-Overland guest to Prom.

DUE
Friday, May 4
4:00pm

1005B Deans Office
No exceptions

DOWNLOAD HERE
Prom Guest Pass 2018.pdf
or pick one up in the Activities Office

PLEASE NOTE
  • limit one guest/student
  • no middle school students
  • no guest 21 or over
  • form needs guest's photo ID
  • deadline is 4pm on Fri May 4
If you miss the deadline, you are welcome to invite a guest from Overland High School instead.

 After Prom Waiver

Parents must sign this waiver for students to attend After Prom
form due May 11, 2018

Guests of OHS Students also need a signed waiver

PermissionToParticipate2018.pdf

 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.

David Ford — grades 9/11
Jeff Neises — grades 10/12

 After Prom Info for Parents

WHAT IS AFTER PROM?
Overland High School Parent Teacher Community Organization (OPTCO) and Overland Administration have coordinated an enjoyable, safe, alcohol and drug free celebration following prom. After Prom is Saturday, May 12th, starting at midnight until 3am the morning of Sunday, May 13th, we have reserved Bowlero in Lone Tree.  This is the fully remodeled, updated Brunswick Zone located by Park Meadows Mall.  The entire facility will be exclusively reserved for Overland to make this a truly memorable event.  

The purchase of a ticket will provide them bowling shoes, unlimited bowling, laser tag, billiards, ping pong, pizza and soda are also included in the ticket price.  Bowlero has a fantastic arcade that students can purchase game cards to play.  Drawings for prizes will be going on all night!  The longer the night goes on, the better the prizes get.  Your student does not want to leave before 3!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
OPTCO would appreciate your help.  We are in need of parent volunteers to help sell tickets the week prior to After Prom during lunch.  We also need assistance the night of After Prom with check in/out of students at Bowlero.  I know that for a lot of parents, students do not want their parents at After Prom, you can help us with the expenses of this large event.  No matter how you want to help, you can go to the link below and register online.  If you want to drop off donations, please take them to the front office of IST at Overland.  You can also mail them Attn: After Prom, OPTCO, 12400 E Jewell Ave, Aurora, CO 80012. 

QUESTIONS
MJ Jobe
303-335-6311
overlandptco@gmail.com

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