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How do you feel about students planning a private prom during the pandemic?
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1418 Votes

How do you feel about students planning a private prom during the pandemic?

The event should be held.

8

This shouldn't be allowed!

4

The event should be held.

8 Comments
McKenna Christiansen
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McKenna Christiansen

Highschool kids need to at least have something to feel normal, we have been stripped of half the school year and all events last summer. Just one thing. Just one thing is all we want. One night where we can feel normal and have a highschool experience. Just one at least

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

Let student live there lives

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Alyssa
1
Alyssa

if football players can hug each other on the ground without a mask and dog pile each other, and contact sports are allowed, our senior kids deserve this. make thsi happen

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Celsi Gebhard
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Celsi Gebhard

Teens need to be allowed to live thier life's, we have shut down and taken away so many valuable high school expirences, we need to allow are children to have memories with friends and High School experiences that are a huge part of growing up! Support Prom 100% will be there to help anyway I

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Kevin Crabtree
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Kevin Crabtree

If they need a little sponsorship I will donate

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Robert Northrup
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Robert Northrup

Seniors were deprived of a graduation last year which I think was foolish. We have gatherings that result in high case counts. So what? Every time you get in an automobile you risk the chance of death or being maimed for life. We still do it don't we?

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Karen Dulley
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Karen Dulley

Its one of the rights of passage for high school. We need to get our kids back to normal

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This shouldn't be allowed!

4 Comments
k san
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k san

If it's private, by its very nature, it wouldn't be "policed," meaning there would likely be no distancing or mark-wearing. It's just too risky. It's a shame students cannot enjoy such HS highlights, but it's better to be alive and be able to reflect on it later.

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Lynnea Fredrickson
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Lynnea Fredrickson

It would be a different story if it was a prom event that was limited and masks were required. Then it would be a safer event. I understand that prom is a major event but so is graduation and we have already lost too many individuals that are no longer alive to experience it.

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Alyssa
Alyssa

it is a limited event, and masks required, you cannot see that because that is on the flyer that is cut out at the bottom!!

Julie Coulter
0
Julie Coulter

The guide lines are for a purpose. Central Oregon is close to being under locked down again because of people think theier pleasures are more important than other people's heath or even their lives. I heard them say they would wear mask and social distance. Who do you think they are kidding.

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P Robbins
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P Robbins

They need to be in school longer...attire is spelled with two, "t's." Their invitation spells it, "atire." Good grief. These are seniors. To have a large gathering is irresponsible. There are 99 new infections in Deschutes County *today.* St. Charles Hospital has 4 ppl on respirators.

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Are you planning to attend an event at Hayden Homes Amphitheater this summer?
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190 Votes

Are you planning to attend an event at Hayden Homes Amphitheater this summer?

Yes

0

No

2

Yes

0 Comment
No one has commented yet

No

2 Comments
Lisa York
1
Lisa York

just like Mt B after a big corp bought them... tickets are way too expensive... greed, greed, greed

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Latterdaysaint
0
Latterdaysaint

It's greedy you are closing the park for concerts

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Do you think these new rules will help reduce e-bike accidents?
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394 Votes

Do you think these new rules will help reduce e-bike accidents?

Yes

1

No

2

Yes

1 Comment
k san
0
k san

Obviously, if kids who shouldn't be riding these bikes cannot ride them to school, that represents hours of the day that they won't be on them, being reckless, violating basic rules of the road, and putting lives, including theirs, in danger.

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No

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Kevin cavedude
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Kevin cavedude

it illegal to drink and smoke pot at that age, how's that going.

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Carl Kellogg
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Carl Kellogg

no one enforces it...kids are still being stupid on these things. so what was the point?

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