NHS Extreme Leadership and Student Government are excited to present MORP!  This laid back school dance, to be held on February 16, is everything that prom is not!  It is open to Neshannock students in Grades 9-12. 

MORP – Electronic Interest Form(Students – Submit this if you plan to attend.)

This informal dance is an opportunity for students in Grades 9-12 to come together and have fun while also supporting a great cause!  A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Make-a-Wish Foundation.  The Make-A-Wish Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in the United States that helps fulfill the wishes of children with a critical illness between the ages of 2 and 18 years old.

Couples attending MORP are to dress as a pair.  Here are some ideas to get you thinking:

  • Cartoon Characters (i.e., Princess Peach & Mario, Mickey & Minnie, etc.)
  • Movie Characters (i.e., Stepbrothers Brennan & Dale, Ross & Rachel, etc.)
  • Past/Present Celebrity Couples (i.e., Kim & Kanye, Harry & Meghan, etc.)
  • Things That Just Go Together (i.e., peanut butter & jelly, bacon & eggs, etc.)

Have fun with it and be creative!  The intent is for students to attend in pairs; however, you may attend on your own or with a group.  There will be prizes!

Extreme Leadership Representatives and MORP Co-Chairs:  Nate Rynd and Chloe Maalouf

Interested students are to complete this form (accessible to students with email accounts only) so we have an electronic record of students planning to attend – this will help Nate and Chloe as they plan the event.  Students also need to pick up two forms from Miss Welker (Room 138) or Mrs. Hiler (Room 133) that will need to be completed by the student and parent/guardian.  Completed forms and payment (exact cash, check, or Venmo) are to be submitted to Miss Welker or Mrs. Hiler.

Students must be present for school on February 16 in order to attend the dance that evening. Extenuating circumstances should be discussed with your building principal. Non-Neshannock guests will not be permitted to attend MORP.

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