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Spring Semi-Formal Was A Success

The Rosemont Semi Formal was a hit! The dance theme this year was Mardi Gras: A night in New Orleans. There was a DJ, dancefloor, and many round tables for people to sit at.  The In N Out truck came.  This year there were 455 food tickets sold. The food ticket included a drink, chips, and a hamburger or cheeseburger. Overall, 933 dance tickets were sold. This was a record breaking number of tickets sold. The previous record was around 850. To conclude, the Rosemont Semi Formal was lot’s of fun and most everyone enjoyed their time. For example, 7th grade student Sofi Akopyan said, “ The dance was very fun and a night to remember!” It was a night to remember for sure! The dance was very fun and it was refreshing to see everyone dressed up!

 

Note from the editor: Our reporters do our best to identify students in photos. If you need a correction or addition to a caption, please reach out to our advisor Mrs. Monaco at [email protected].

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Kayla McCurdy
Kayla McCurdy, Staff Writer
Kayla McCurdy is a 7th grade student who is 12 years old. She attended Fremont Elementary from kindergarten to 6th grade. She was was born in Glendale, California. She likes to ride horses, play lacrosse, and volleyball. She is a Staff Writer at the Spartan Scroll.
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