New parking pass program to reward hardworking seniors


According to Assistant Principal Sam Ruff there is a parking pass program for seniors currently in development. The program is meant to reward 40 hard-working, involved seniors with the opportunity to win a parking pass in a drawing.

“The applications focus on achievements in academics, attendance and activities,” Ruff said. In order to be eligible for the program, a student must not have received any D’s or F’s on their most recent report card.

Junior Emerson Woerner is one student here who will have the opportunity to earn a parking pass. “It’s going to reward the kids who work hard and make other kids want to work harder,” he said.

According to Ruff, the program came about as a result of all the empty parking spots around the building. Applications will be available in the Activities office starting at the end of this school year.