~ The...life of she~

Born as Brianna but also known as Candy is a 14 year old freshman she currently attends Auburn High school.She pretty much grew up with one parent in her life which was her mother Tanisha.Her "father" Leroy did not claim her as his child until the age of two. She was born in Rockford, ill at Rockford Memorial Hospital.She has lived in Rockford her whole life she has only visited Dekalb,Wisconsin,and Indiana throughout her entire life. Brianna intends on going to Spelman University to major in journalism. She enjoys having fun with friends but also knows when to be serious and act her age. Brianna has 2 siblings that are nine and eleven years of age. She plans on doing something in her life anything that will make her mother happier in life. Brianna is very kindhearted and very friendly she loves making people happy.

To the
Racine Town
Meeting Board Well let me start off by saying my name is Brianna I am a writer and a member of SADD. My concerns
prom: inquiry scenario racine prom dilemma.doc prom will be listed in this letter. My concerns are that students have been drinking at prom. Most of these “drinking incidents” happen before or after from but mostly afterwards at an un-supervised party. Although students have or may have not been drinking this is no solid reason to end prom. Accusers have found out that the parents are the ones ignorantly supplying the students with alcohol. Some parents turn their heads and act if nothing is wrong with the fact that their children are drinking at an un-mature age. Nine days before prom student were lectured about drunk driving. Seventy percent of the students showed up sober that only leaves a small 30 percent that showed up drunk and out of that thirty, ten percent did not know the punch was spiked. Authorities still aren’t sure if the underage drinking even took place. Police chief Bud Caroll stated that no crime took place the week before or the week after prom. Prom is a seasonal right of passage. Many citizens have found out that prom keeps student out the streets and in class. I say this because for students to attend prom they must attend school. With post prom activities students are encouraged to stay to stay at the designated supervised area at which prom is held. Parents were able to locate their children and know where they are. If you cancel prom students will out of control, they’ll be trying to find a place of excitement they’ll put more havoc in the streets of Racine. Do you really want to do this to the poor town of Racine? Sincerely Brianna SADD member and journalist