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Hold the baby powder!

Loreal Fuerte, Reporter

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This upcoming pep rally on March 17, baby powder is forbidden to be thrown.

Consequences for using it will be taking place if anybody brings it or throws it. Asb will provide the appropriate items that will be used to celebrate school spirit.

The reason being is it could easily affect somebody by causing irritation or an allergic reaction as it did last year on the junior’s side. This matter is being taken very serious.

For underclassmen, anybody being recorded throwing it will be suspended.

Seniors, unfortunately, Prom and Grad night will be taken away without hesitation whether they’ve been paid for or not.  

So seniors and underclassmen pep rallies  are always recorded so keep that in mind so you don’t ruin senior year for everyone else!

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