Kyla Patterson, Karisma Hopson, Eric Schuurman, Megan Campbell, Sierra Selle organized the 2018 PSO Winter Formal. Submitted photos.

Winter wonderland at Peter Skene Ogden Secondary School

Leadership students at Peter Skene Ogden Secondary School (PSO) hosted the Second Annual Senior Winter Formal on Wednesday, Dec. 5.

Over one hundred students in Grades 10 to 12 attended the dance, DJ’d by Rob Fry.

They extend a thank you to Safeway and Save-on-Foods for their generous food donations, and to Andre’s, The Source, and Donex Pharmacy for sponsoring door prizes.

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Lorna Dixon, Brendan Scott dancing the night away at the PSO Second Annual Senior Winter Formal.

Amy Bachman, Nicole Varney, Taylor Shields pose for a photo at the PSO Annual Senior Winter Formal on Dec 5.

Maddy Martin, Marina Guimond, Valeria Pineda enjoying the music at the PSO Winter Formal.

Misty Luczak, Tianna Lavigne, Callum Scott, Terrance Hubick pose for the camera at the PSO Winter Formal on Dec. 5. Submitted photo.

Ryan Grant, Kody Worden, Ethan Wegar do the ‘worm,’ a breakdancing move at the Winter Formal.

Wren Yano, Aislin Murray, Lizzie Haretzmeller enjoying the music and dancing at the Winter Formal on Dec. 5. Submitted photo.

Amy Baechmann has a good time at the Winter Formal on Dec. 5. Submitted photo.

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