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New E-Hall Regulations Pass Admin Approval

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New hall passes administered by school admin.

One of the hottest topics in the hallways is the controversy surrounding E-Hall passes. Despite all the issues and pushback, new regulations have recently been approved by school administration. The new adjustments taking place regarding E-Hall is the implementation of having students take yellow passes in the bathroom with them. This will help regulate the hallways and help hall monitors determine which students have been given permission to be out of class. 

Further, admin has decided that each student will not be allowed to leave class within the first or last ten minutes of teaching instruction. The hopes for this rule is to minimize the amount of students who are missing important class time as well as reduce the number of students trying to skip class or take advantage of the passes. 

While most students have voiced their opinions on how tedious and inefficient this system is, admin wants the student body to understand why they are making new adjustments. 

Mr. Sparks shares why he believes these new rules were so essential to upkeeping the RCHS environment. 

 “The passes were made in order to improve punctuality to class and reduce congestion in the hallways. The E-Hall pass system helps with accountability,” said Sparks. 

Despite the wishes of the students, E-Hall is not going anywhere and the rules may continue to become more rigid if pushback continues. With that said, the main goal is to improve school atmosphere and increase school safety. 

 

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Senior Hallie Darmante is a third-year member of the Prowler Staff. She is currently their social media manager and a Wildcat Weekly team editor. She is looking forward to working alongside her fellow Journalism classmates while also proving she is better at the course than her older, graduated brother, Blake Darmante. A sucker for extracurriculars and clubs, Darmante currently participates in PTSA, FBLA, Young Life, NHS, Outreach Club, basketball cheer, football cheer,  lacrosse, and Forensics, but she plans to expand her involvement to heights never seen before. Darmante is driven by a number of things, most notably her love for Milkduds, giving morning announcements, competitive sloth herding, and boy bands. With some chocolate in her mouth and some One Direction in her ear, there is nothing that she feels she can’t accomplish. Darmante hopes to become a living RCHS legend and a professional announcer; she likes to talk. However if that fails she plans to invest in her own company, Rent-A-Duck.   

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