Some moms to host proms after Greenville County Schools changes plans

Andreas Milano

When Mauldin High School canceled its reservation with a prom venue a few weeks ago, a group of parents decided to take over the reservation instead. Worried that prom would be another thing high school seniors miss out on this year because of COVID-19, the group is planning to host the […]

When Mauldin High School canceled its reservation with a prom venue a few weeks ago, a group of parents decided to take over the reservation instead.

Worried that prom would be another thing high school seniors miss out on this year because of COVID-19, the group is planning to host the event as closely to a typical prom as they can. The event will be on the same date and at the original venue the school planned to have it, but without the school as a sponsor.

“They’ve had nothing all year — they’ve had no normal anything,” said Ashley Lomax, who is organizing the parent-sponsored event because her daughter is a senior at Mauldin High. “We were trying to make sure they at least have this.”

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