TICONDEROGA-Ticonderoga High School held its annual prom and lock-in May 14.
At the lock-in, students were entertained by the student band Flipside, played soccer and basketball in the gym, and had the chance to win prizes. A snack of sandwiches and chicken wings was provided during the night.
The lock-in attracted 104 students.
"This event, however, could not have been possible without the support from our local businesses," Don Kaupelis, Ti High teacher, said. "Their generosity helped us provide a safe alternative for our students."
Contributing to the event were Best Western Ticonderoga, Burleigh Luncheonette, Circle Court Motel, The Country Florist, Emerald's Restaurant, Glens Falls National Bank, Happy Star, The Heritage Museum, House of Pizza, Jay's Sunoco, Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald, McDonald's of Ticonderoga, Montcalm Liquor, Porter Land Surveying, Rathbun Jewelers, Roxie's Salon, Sassy & Classy, Silver Bay YMCA, Sugar & Spice, Ti Food Mart, Ti Pi, Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce, Ticonderoga Federal Credit Union, Ticonderoga Fire Department, Two Brothers Meat Market, Video King, Wagon Wheel Restaurant, The Windchill Factory and Walmart.