It’s finally prom season! Here are some tips on how to make sure your night ends on a good note.
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Most schools have a set curfew for prom night. This is usually around 11 PM or 12 AM. However, some schools will allow students to stay out until 1 AM or later. If you’re not sure what time your school’s prom ends, check with a parent, guardian, or teacher. They’ll be able to tell you when you need to be back at school.
Chaperones are parents or other adults who supervise students at school events. Proms typically have a start time and an end time, and chaperones help to make sure that students stick to the schedule.
The end time for prom is typically around 11:00pm, although this can vary depending on the location of the event. Chaperones typically stay until the end of the event to make sure that all students are accounted for and safe.
Most high schools have some kind of post-prom event for students to enjoy after the formal dance is over. Post-prom usually lasts from midnight until 4 a.m., and sometimes even later. This gives students plenty of time to hang out with their friends, eat, play games, and just have fun. Some schools even offer special activities, like casino nights or pool parties, as part of their post-prom programming.