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‘Glow Foam’ themed Morp dance hopes to fix problems from last year


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Morp is coming up fast and it’s time to flip things around from the usual school dances. The dance last year took place out in the main parking lot where students danced in colored chalk during the Color Craze themed night. Afterwards, the lot was a rainbow stained mess and, as an effect, Principal Dan Serrano has been more involved in the details of the event as of where and what is happening.

“I think with the color craze I wasn’t really excited about it until I got more information on what’s going to happen on the parking lot,” Serrano said, “but I think it’s a good deal, kids like it and it’s different.”

Stugo has taken into account the feedback from the district in deciding this year’s theme. Various discussions have occurred over time about what would be less of a cleaning nuisance but still be an entertaining night for students.

Senior class spirit coordinator Caleb Glenn is one of many hard working students who put the theme into motion.  

“The board was certainly more strict, especially with how messy the color was from last year,”

Glenn said, “Honestly a foam party has been on my mind…since a DJ company called EventswithRed put on a community party a few years back.”

The class has evolved the idea with neon color and black lights. The night will feature food trucks, foam and fun for the whole campus. The concept of a foam party has been a coin toss for years within the Stugo committee. Now seeing it become more and more real, fellow coordinators are excited to see an idea turned into a live event.

Glow Foam will be taking place Friday March 2 in the. Tickets go on sale on Monday, Feb. 5, and will be $15 with an Activity Card. Tickets purchased without an Activity Card will be $17, and the price at the door will be $20. Don’t forget to be one of the first 600 people to receive a free neon Glow Foam t-shirt.

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‘Glow Foam’ themed Morp dance hopes to fix problems from last year