Gallery: MS/FD Dance


Student Council will be hosting the Mother Son Father Daughter Dance tomorrow night for juniors and seniors.

“I am probably most excited to see the more futuristic outfits this year,” freshman Hallie Ingraham said.

All of the attendees are encouraged to dress in an outfit that corresponds to a specific era, such as bright neon clothes for the 80s. Come out and dance the night away with your parents from 8 to 10 p.m.

“The most common I’ve seen for the 50s are the greasers,” StuCo sponsor Sarah Dent said. “I’ve also seen the hippies for the 70s and a few from the Roman time era, such as togas. And more of the creative ones were some from the Elizabethan era.”

“First of all, every year people say while they are walking out that it was the best dance ever. I mean, what other day do you get to plan a date with your parents and friends?” Dent said. “And this year, our door prize for the juniors and seniors class competition, who can bring more donations, is a coupon for a free appetizer at Chili’s.”

The admission fee will be $5 per person and cash, cans of food and unused personal items will be accepted for donations to go towards the Canned Food Drive, which will be held Nov. 12-16. Proceeds will go towards the Johnson County Christmas Bureau. For more information about the the bureau, go to

story by Brooke Courtney
photos by Carleigh Whitman