High school students enjoy 2022 prom festivities


The slow march back toward normalcy has been apparent of the past couple weeks as students from our high schools in Washington County and Johnson City have enjoyed their respective prom nights.

The pandemic wiped out prom plans in the spring of 2020, and last spring’s events were held with stringent protocols in place to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

This year, however, the infections and hospitalizations are down, so masks were no longer the must-have accessory for those attending the prom. Students from Science Hill High School celebrated along with students at Daniel Boone on the evening of May 7, capping a busy couple weeks that included proms held for David Crockett and University School students.

If you have yet to send your prom photos to the News & Neighbor for publication and wish to do so, send them to: news@jcnewsandneighbor.com and be sure to include the names of the young people in each picture.

Lily Abrams, Hayden Forrester, Madeline Jenkins, Elias Bazouni, Lilly Habart, Dylan Treece, Catherine Hayslip, Michael Francis, Rachel Meade, Hunter Turgeon, Isabella Hull, Jack Emmert, Mariam Shams, Colin Burnette, Rashita Vutukuri, Arnav Jain, Morgan Keheley, Aiden Snodgrass, Julia Moore and Reece Townsend attended the Science Hill prom.
Patrick Cohran and Dru Rainey prior to the Science Hill prom.
Ella Estep and Owen Painter attended the Science Hill prom.
Peyton Pugh, Brianna Cox, Nathan Laws, Hannah Deloach, Trey Marler, Ella Lands, Deason Swiatek and Karma Blackburn attended David Crockett’s prom.
Luke Whitaker and Riley Thomason attended the Science Hill prom on May 7.
Kayleigh Quesinberry and Cameron Dolan attended the Daniel Boone prom.

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