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Livingston High School Holds 2014 Senior Prom

May 30, 2014 at 12:21 AM

LIVINGSTON, NJ - The Livingston High School (LHS) campus parking lot was packed with students, parents and friends as the 2014 senior class gathered to greet each other before heading off to The Grove in Cedar Grove for their senior high school prom.

Usually a hot and humid event, this year the prom was marked by clouds and a chilly breeze, which made many of the female prom-goers shiver.

Student Jeremy Knopf said he was looking forward to an evening of dancing, chuckling and saying, “The only thing not winning tonight is the dance floor!”

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Many staff members were on hand to help organize the couples inside the school and guide them down the “red carpet” to the eleven busses that would transport them to the prom.

LHS Principal Mark Stern stood front and center at the stairs to help coordinate their efforts and clear a path, through the paparazzi of photographers, for the prom-goers.

The busses pulled out by 6:30 p.m. bringing Livingston Avenue to a crawl!

Parent Robert Allen Ehrlich said, “It seems like yesterday we were dropping off our kids at Harrison School. It’s wonderful to see how they have grown into young adults and are embarking on the next phase of their lives.”

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