UDHS Post Prom Guidelines
Post Prom is open to all Upper Dublin High School Seniors and their Prom dates.
All UDHS Seniors not attending the Prom are encouraged to attend Post Prom, but may not bring a date.
There will be an online invitation and RSVP for ALL UD Seniors to fill out in the Spring. We require a response from all Seniors, regardless of whether or not they are attending, so that we have a record of that information.
A phone call will be made to the home of any Senior who says that they are attending the Post Prom but who fails to show up at an appropriate time.
Once a student has arrived at the Post Prom, they will be “locked in”. NO one leaves until the Party is over unless they have prior permission from the Principal.
WHAT TO BRING
A comfortable change of clothes and sneakers are recommended. There are changing facilities at the venue, if needed, and monitored boys’ and girls’ bag storage rooms.
POST PROM ATTENDEE/GUEST: LIST OF AUTHORIZED ITEMS
To ensure the safety of all those attending this celebration, limitations are placed on items
authorized for retention by all attendees. JEWELRY AND VALUABLES should be secure in
vehicles or left at home. A lost and found station is in place. The Post Prom Committee
assumes no responsibility for items reported lost or stolen.
ITEMS THAT CAN BE BROUGHT INTO THE POST PROM
NO OTHER ITEMS WILL BE ALLOWED INTO THE CELEBRATION
Examples of unauthorized items (non-inclusive list):
Grand Prize winners (Seniors only) will be announced and prizes distributed in the gym around 5am. Senior gifts and Guest gifts will be distributed as students leave the Party.
Digital pictures may be taken at Post Prom throughout the night and posted on our website for the public to see and for you to download. No individual student will be identified by name.
A Signup Genius will be set up in the Spring for parents to volunteer to help out. There are tons of ways to help out that night
Email UDHSpostpromparty@gmail.com for more information on how to become a sponsor.
parents. teachers. students.