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Matt Ambrose,
Assistant Principal

Ask the Administration

1. What is the process by which items or objects get banned?
The process starts with the staff. They bring recommendations to myself, and then I meet with my counterparts from the other high schools. We discuss all ideas and recommendations and decide what we want to go forward. We then send those to the principals of all 4 high schools; they can make additions or deletions to those recommendations. Finally it goes to the board of education for approval.

2. Why can seniors only paint 1/4 of their parking spot?
It is meant to be a legacy for senior students. That way then every 4th year we will re do the parking lot and then students can start over.

3. Why are there only diet drinks in the vending machines?
There is a state law that says you cannot have any drinks with sugar in school vending machines.

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