At the beginning of the school year, students noticed a line of rocks blocking the curb in the parking lot. While there was outrage from students, the school put them there with good reason. Over the last few years students driving over the curb have caused problems for buses trying to back out at the end of the day. Mr. Bergmann emphasized that this isn’t a punishment but a reminder that “the laws don’t end at our doors,” and would appreciate if students would consider this when driving around the parking lot to prevent accidents that may require more action to be taken. (Wylliam Roberts)
At the beginning of the school year, students noticed a line of rocks blocking the curb in the parking lot. While there was outrage from students, the school put them there with good reason. Over the last few years students driving over the curb have caused problems for buses trying to back out at the end of the day. Mr. Bergmann emphasized that this isn’t a punishment but a reminder that “the laws don’t end at our doors,” and would appreciate if students would consider this when driving around the parking lot to prevent accidents that may require more action to be taken.

Wylliam Roberts

Bit of a Road Block

September 29, 2022

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