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Prom - Saturday, May 20th 8-11pm

Prom is this Saturday, May 20th! See below for information on parking, emergency protocols, and more:

How many students are attending? We have already sold almost 200 tickets!

When is the deadline for ticket sales? Tickets must be purchased by 1:00pm this Friday, May 19th. There will be no tickets sold at the door.

Where should students park? There is parking near the Olympic Sculpture Park in the lot below the Pavilion (entrance on Broad St. by the corner of Western Ave & Broad St). There is also parking available on Western Ave.

Are there any other rules for the dance? YES!

  • Shoes must be worn at all times. Wear comfortable shoes or bring an extra pair you can change into if needed.

  • School rules regarding student behavior and the use of tobacco, alcohol, and illegal drugs also apply at dances.

  • Sexually suggestive dances (bumping, grinding, etc.), gestures, and physical contact are prohibited.

  • To keep students safe, there is no freak dancing or “moshing” nor sitting or lying down on the dance floor.

Can students be kicked out or denied entrance at the dance? YES

Administration can deny entrance at the door to any student who has chosen not to follow the school rules for student behavior. Students who engage in prohibited or unsafe behavior once at the dance will also be asked to leave. Please note that students denied entrance or asked to leave the dance will not receive a refund. Finally, any student with an unexcused absence on Friday will not be allowed to attend the dance on Saturday.

We believe our students will make safe and healthy choices so this can be a fun and memorable Prom weekend for all.

What should I do in case of an emergency? Please review the following Safety Sheet for important safety and emergency information:

Cedarcrest Prom 2023 Safety Sheet

Area Safety

Members of the Duvall Police Department as well as CHS staff chaperones will be present at the event.

In case of emergency, you can contact either of the following CHS staff members. They will be on site during the event.

Shelly Campbell: (281) 744-9236

Tracie Kelly: (904) 501-1585

Be aware of your surroundings and trust your instincts. Homelessness can be an issue in Seattle, and while the Olympic Sculpture Park is located in a generally safe area, it is important to remember this and keep your distance from homeless people and strangers, especially since the event takes place at night. If you notice an unsafe situation, you may report it to event staff so they can advise others to avoid it.

Police / Fire

In case of emergency, dial 911.

The Seattle Police Department is located just over a mile away from the Olympic Sculpture Park:

Seattle Police Department

810 Virginia St, Seattle, WA, 98101

Medical Resources

Virginia Mason Hospital

1100 9th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101

Harborview Medical Center

325 9th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104

Venue Safety

Olympic Sculpture Park

2901 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98121


The venue’s floorplan is shown below:


Evacuation: Exit through the nearest door and gather on the field adjacent to Western Ave. Doors are located at the main entry as well as at the back of the venue near the dance floor. Doors are highlighted in red on the map.

Natural Disaster / Earthquake: Take shelter under a table, desk, or other stable object. After shaking stops, stay where you are, listen for instructions, then proceed to the meeting point in the field adjacent to Western Ave.

Fire: Fire extinguishers are located throughout the venue. If evacuation is necessary, exit according to the evacuation plan. If possible, keep yourself below smoke level by crouching or crawling. Call emergency personnel using 911.

Medical Emergency: Dial 911 and inform operators of the situation in detail, following their instructions.

Violent Crime: In case of an active shooter, remember these steps in priority order:

  1. Run: leave your belongings behind, keep your hands visible.

  2. Hide: keep out of view of the criminal, block entry to your location if possible.

  3. Fight: as a last resort, attempt to throw objects or defend yourself.

Even though we do not anticipate an emergency, it is important to plan ahead and be prepared. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Tracie Kelly (904-501-1585) or Shelly Campbell (281-744-9236). We look forward to seeing everyone at the dance on Saturday!



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