Change LRHS 2020 Prom Theme to Great Gatsby/Roaring '20s

Change LRHS 2020 Prom Theme to Great Gatsby/Roaring '20s

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LR 2020 Change Prom Theme started this petition to LRHS Prom Committee

We are the class of 2020, it would be deemed the best fit if our prom theme resembled the Roaring '20s which was when the greatest parties and celebrations took place. An example of this can be seen in the Great Gatsby, where the most elaborate celebrations were hosted and everyone dressed up in the most elegant suits and dresses. 

The Prom Committee twitter account (@lrprom2020) tweeted out a poll for the senior class to decide on what prom theme we wanted. This poll revealed that the majority vote of the senior class wishes our prom theme to be the roaring 20s/Great Gatsby. Prom Theme Twitter Poll

Although we have acknowledged that Mansfield Highschool's 2020 prom theme is already set to be the roaring '20s/Great Gatsby, we don't see an issue in sharing. This holds especially true since it only makes sense to use the 1920s era to celebrate our graduating year of 2020. This could also be financially beneficial to our class if we collaborated with Mansfield's prom committee and possibly share decorations and such, which would result in less expensive prom tickets.

We oppose the idea of a Golden Gala theme because we believe that there will simply be too much gold and that we wouldn't be taking advantage of our graduation year of 2020. Tones of gold will be hard to match with all the decorations and this theme may clash with some of the suits/dresses that students may wish to wear. The theme of Great Gatsby allows the interpretation of all colors, especially navy blue, gold, and other celebratory colors, as well as allowing for a wider range of outfit ideas. This theme would still allow the use of gold pieces of decor and such, but it will also apply to our class as a whole more due to the fact that it's the 20s. 

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