There was no dancing and drinking for prom goers at Bryant High School on Saturday night. To make sure that the party did not end in tragedy, school officials required students to sign a contract, allowing breathalyzer tests to be given to anyone suspected of drinking. "Our objective is to keep them safe," said Bryant High School Principal Danny Spadoni. "We wanted to tell them on the front end to deter them from coming up here especially if they`ve been drinking before the prom." Principal Spadoni says these measures were taken because of what happened last year, when a 24 year old showed up at the prom with a car full of alcohol. Consequently, 11 guests were given sobriety tests. "There`s nothing wrong with underlying and exclamation pointing this exact issue," said Teresa Belew with Mothers Against Drunk Driving. This year a student resource officer was on hand at the prom at the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock , looking for blood shot eyes, staggering, and the smell of alcohol. "They won`t be going partying if they`re caught drinking, they`ll be going home," said Sergeant Harold Edmonson. Students at Bryant High School had mixed reaction to the new zero tolerance policy. "It`s a little over the top, because it feels like they don`t trust us, but I see why because they don`t want a whole bunch of drunks, and they don`t want anyone messing up the prom," said junior Austin Filiatreau. "Actually I don`t drink, but I find it kind of funny that they have to implement a breathalyzer test just to make sure you`re not coming to the prom drunk," said senior Breanna Goldsworthy. Starting next year, Bryant High School will go a step further, not allowing anyone over the age of 20 to attend the prom.