Juniors ready and excited to park

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With seniors no longer at school, juniors can now park in the onsite garage. The remote lot, at King Jesus church on Flamingo road, is closed for the remainder of the school year.

When the change was announced at the junior assembly April 29, the theater erupted into cheers. 

“I like parking in the garage because it doesn’t take me an extra 20 minutes in the morning to get to school,” junior Emma Leonard said.

Junior Alana Lodin  shared similar sentiments. “It’s so convenient after school to be able to go home when I feel like it and not have to wait for the bus,” she said.

If you are interested in parking in the garage, you must purchase a red parking sticker from the Dean’s Office. Parking stickers are $25.

Juniors Emma Leonard and Alana Lodin smile after arriving at school earlier than usual. After three long years of waiting, the pair can finally park in the garage. (Photo/Emma Leonard)

Hannah Letzelter is a senior who loves being a member of the Patriot Post. She enjoys reading classic novels, writing, acting in plays, singing opera and singing in the Acapella choir at school. As the president of the Diabuddies club, she loves educating the community about diabetes and fundraising for its research. Hannah looks forward to a great year.