Will holding prom on a school night curb underage drinking? N.Y. high-school administrators hope so ... but is their plan killing a high-school tradition?
If your teen goes to Pearl River High School in New York, prom night's going to be one heck of an early evening.
And get this: Students must arrive at school by 7:34 AM sharp the next day. If they're late, they'll be unable to make up academic work or participate in sports that day.
Some moms think that this is a great idea: If it lessens the chances of kids getting into drunk-driving accidents, getting alcohol poisoning or getting preggers, they're all for it.
But others think that this is just going way too far: Prom night held on a Saturday is an American tradition and a rite of passage.
What do you think?