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Sign in sheet turns into Campus

Sign in sheet turns into Campus
Joe Bravo

Palisade High School’s version of lunch detention is campus and to get campus you have to skip content tutoring or you can also have it being disrespectful to teachers. Content tutoring is where people go if they have bad grades during the first half of lunch. The staff keeps track of who has Content tutoring by having grade checks every Tuesday. You have to show up to content throughout the week to stay out of campus, a teacher has to sign you in. They have a sign-up sheet that the teachers have to fill during lunch to show that the kids are there and if they do not show up or the teachers don’t sign them in the next day they have campus. Campus is a time when you have to go clean trash around the campus. Depending on how many days you have in campus they will make you have different tasks. There has been a sign-up sheet going around where students don’t have to go to class and they can get signed in by their peers. On February 23, people were caught using this sign-up sheet and given five days off campus. People who were caught using the sign-in sheet for themselves or to sign in other people were the ones who got in campus. 

We talked to Diego Gallegos, a Junior at Palisade High School and he said “I think it’s important to have a campus so that once you’re in there you don’t want to be back in there. I knew about it because a friend showed me it but I didn’t do much with the information he gave me. Content is not the best because you can’t order food there and then you only have a few minutes after campus to order but by the time it gets there, you can leave class to go get your food. So I wished we had more. I think it was kinda a big deal but I think they should have talked to all the people at once and told them why it was bad instead of just punishing the people who had the link they could’ve done better to do that because people might just do it again and not care much about the consequences.”

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Joe Bravo, Spanish Editor

Hey! My name is Joe Bravo, and I am a Senior here at Palisade. This is my second year on the Paw Post, and I am the Spanish editor. I am on the Palisade boy's soccer team, and some of the things I like to do is fish, hike, camp and hang out with my friends. I am excited to see how this year goes!

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