BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — There should be room enough for everyone at a New Jersey high school’s prom after all.
Bordentown Regional High School’s interim superintendent Joseph Miller says Wednesday that Adventure Aquarium has made space available for 50 additional students at next month’s party after an initial sellout created a ruckus at the school.
Miller says the capacity of 300 for the venue seemed like enough when it was chosen last year. But tickets were sold out when they went on sale on Monday and a dozen students were on a waiting list.
The superintendent says there is one catch for those who get the additional tickets. They will have to pay a $5 fee on top of the $100 ticket so the district can rent another bus to transport them.
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