Save the Date: 10th Grade Casino Night 3/16

EVENT: The Annual 10th Grade Casino Night
WHEN: Saturday, March 16 from 7-9 PM
WHERE: Weston Recreation Center
WHO: Grade 10 Students Only
Registration in advance is required.  Payments must be made to the school directly. Please make sure your child fills out the online contract and that you complete the permission form and payment (see below).
The annual 10th Grade Casino Night will be held on Saturday, March 16 from 7-9 PM at the Weston Recreation Center. The Recreation Center will be transformed into Weston’s own Fremont Street where your students will have the chance to eat, dance and maybe try their hand at the tables! Have no fear, there will be no money exchanged, lost or won at this event.
There will be blackjack and roulette tables run by a professional company, a DJ, a photo booth, and heavy appetizers/finger foods and dessert.
Please follow the three steps below to register for the event:
1. Parents please click HERE to complete the permission form. Note: Parents of two sophomores may need to use a different email address to register the second student after registering the first, otherwise Google Forms may not work properly.
2. Students need to read and complete the Dance Contract HERE.
3. Purchase tickets via MySchoolBucks or check.
The ticket price is $90 on or before March 10th and $100 after that (tickets purchased via MSB will include a nominal service fee). Checks should be made out to Town of Weston (with “Class of 2026 Casino Night” put in the Memo) and can be dropped off to the main office or mailed to Weston High School, Attn: Kristin Mariano, 444 Wellesley St, Weston MA  02493.  (Contact Jeff Diaz or Jess Arena for scholarship inquiries.) 
To purchase tickets electronically, click HERE.
If you would like to make a contribution to help fund scholarships and support the cost of this event or future events, you can send a check for your desired amount to Kristin Mariano at the address above or click through to the Class of 2026 Donation. General donations are not required, but appreciated.
This is a great tradition and sure to be a super fun event that your kids won’t want to miss!