Help San Marcos High School 2020 get their prom!

Help San Marcos High School 2020 get their prom!

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Anonymous L started this petition to Santa Barbara Unified School District

  Hello! The San Marcos High School's class of 2020 was sadly taken away from us due to the global pandemic. The pandemic took our prom and graduation away from us. Every seniors dream is all about getting dressed up in long dresses and tuxedos, celebrating with their friends and classmates on graduating high school, graduation, grad night, and moving on in the next chapter in their life. Surrounding high schools were able to throw their students something special.

    For example Santa Barbara High gave their class of 2020 a traditional graduation ceremony, just a year after they graduated. Dos Pueblos High gave their students a graduation where their students were allowed to cross a stage and Katy Perry gave a speech, via video. Many San Marcos High alumni feel that the school did not care for their students or put any effort. And recently, DPHS has just announced that they still plan on giving their class of 2020 the prom that they deserve.

   Every single class of 2020 deserves the prom they have been all waiting for but its completely unfair that two other local high schools in Santa Barbara got to have their traditional graduation and the other is planning their prom. We have all been equally working hard the past 12 years of our school education, especially the class of 2020 going through stress of online school and going through a global pandemic. This petition is made in the hopes that the SMHS class of 2020 could have some sort of prom as well.

  We hope to get local alumni and residents to sign this petition. Donating money could help former students rent out a space, get food, and decorations, for said prom if the SB school district decides not to contribute. Please help our seniors at least get a prom, Anything helps!!(:

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