Sarah Watts – Mustangs Ahead
(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – The 2017 LRHS Enchanted Forest Prom is set for April 28, and ticket sales have begun. All Mustangs planning to attend prom need to be aware that prom is a school event that will still have rules.
To begin, there are many rules concerning whether a student will be admitted to the prom or not. Administrators have the right to deny entry without ticket refund.
All Mustangs must attend school for half of a day to attend prom. Any students who leave school any earlier than 11 a.m. on the day of prom will not be admitted to the dance.
Juniors must turn in a parent note in the morning before school to attendance and have a blue pass in order to leave at 11 a.m. Seniors can show their senior privilege cards to attendance to leave at 11 a.m.
Attire at the prom is formal, and students must follow the dress code posted on the LRHS website and on campus. No denim is allowed, and the only hats that are acceptable are top hats and fedoras.
Further, all limos and buses may be searched upon arrival, and breathalyzer tests will be randomly administered.
Finally, the ticket number must match the purchaser’s name at the door, and students must enter with the person who purchased their ticket. Students need IDs in order to be admitted.
Samantha Marino and Josh Rossi – Mustangs Ahead
(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – The Mustang Girls Flag Football Team lost Tuesday night 6-0 against the Palmetto Tigers.
Assistant coach Roosevelt Atkins said, “There were a lot of girls missing and many of them had to play positions they weren’t used to.
“The way that we played was very encouraging on the defensive end and this experience is something that will help us down the road.”
The next game will be Thursday, April 6 against the Manatee Hurricanes.
Brenna Rademaker – Mustangs Ahead
(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – The LRHS athletics program has organized a spirit night fundraiser from 5-9 p.m. tonight at BurgerFi, 257 North Cattleman Road opposite University Town Center (UTC) Mall.
BurgerFi will donate 15 percent of sales back to our athletics program.
A BurgerFi ad said, “we feature America’s best all-natural burgers, fresh-cut fries and food. Also a large outdoor patio with WiFi and plenty of seating.”
LRHS athletic director Sean Trent said, “we appreciate all of our business partners and everything that they do for us financially.”
Emma Stock – Mustangs Ahead
(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – This Thursday the LRHS Quill and Scroll club will have a meeting at 7:15 a.m.
Every year the club hosts an Easter egg hunt for the pre-school Mini Mustangs and members are encouraged to bring either Easter eggs or individually wrapped hard candy.
Cupcakes, candy, and the Easter bunny will be on hand for the annual Easter hunt. It will be held fourth period and the date is to be determined.
Some Quill and Scroll members will scatter eggs throughout the courtyard while others will host and then clean up the cupcake and juice feast inside, and a select member will be dressed in the Easter bunny costume.
Quill and Scroll adviser Candice DeLazzer urges all students who might witness this event to not tamper with or take the Easter eggs.
Samantha Marino – Mustangs Ahead
(Lakewood Ranch, FL) – The senior producer of TV production, Courtney Kreiling, is working on creating the Senior Video for the class of 2017.
The Senior Video is made for every graduating class to show the memories Mustangs have shared during their high school careers.
Seniors can contribute photos that will be featured on the video during this year’s graduation ceremony.
Kreiling said, “Mustangs can share photos through google photos or drive, or they can email their photos to LRHSvideo2017@gmail.com.”
Kreiling continued, “Some photo ideas are sports, travel, youth, school dances and other school events.”
School appropriate photos from any grade level in high school can be used.
The deadline to submit photos is April 27, with the exception of photos from prom, which will be held April 28.