ASB purchases skateboard racks, installment date to be set

September 19, 2019 — by Howard Tang

Due to raised interest in skateboarding as a way to get to school, the ASB has purchased two red racks capable of holding eight boards each. According to assistant principal Matt Torrens, one rack will be placed in front of the gym and one at the back of the school.

“We need two racks so kids coming from each direction have a place for their skateboards and don’t have to carry them on campus,” Torrens said. “ASB has been very responsive to the needs of the students.”

The incorporation of these skateboard racks also addresses the problem of students carrying their skateboards on campus, as school policy prohibits skateboarding, roller-skating and biking on school grounds.

 

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