"... .-- Polonaise time to start! "- the words of Adam Mickiewicz sounded in Folwark Zalesie, starting the prom which lasted until dawn, and which will probably be remembered, with a tear in their eyes, by the students of the Secondary School of Environmental Engineering and Land Reclamation in Krakow.
Welcoming the high school graduates, form teachers, teachers and accompanying persons headmistress Mrs. Dorota Kocur raised a toast wishing everyone an unforgettable experience, and for young people who are ending a four-year education success at the school-leaving examinations. Fun started with a traditional dance which is the Polonaise. High school graduates, despite the accompanying nervousness coped well, going in dancing fashion, dressed in a smile danced without any mistakes.
Form teachers of Matura classes, received flowers from their students and thanks for several years of teaching, and for patience in their education and upbringing. It was a special prom, girls dressed in beautiful ball dresses concealing red suspenders, boys in elegant suits that worn on the day of school-leaving examination foretell success. Students in excellent spirits were not going off the dance floor. That evening all chimed together very well: music, beautiful decor of Folwark Zalesie, delicious traditional old-Polish food and amazing atmosphere of the ball. It was possible to see how fit the teachers are, who were almost not going off the dance floor. The party lasted until dawn.
But alas, all good things quickly come to an end. It was a time to laugh and a time to dance, now it's time high school graduates sat for books and diligently prepared for the school-leaving exams. Prom-ball dashed like a soap bubble and ended with the coming of the morning, as they say: "Everything has its time."