New tables added to enclosed breezeway

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New tables added to enclosed breezeway

Sophomores Amber Waterman (L)-and Emaley Peevey enjoy some free time at the one of the tables in the enclosed breezeway. Students can stand at eight tables before school, during passing periods , during lunch and after school.

Sophomores Amber Waterman (L)-and Emaley Peevey enjoy some free time at the one of the tables in the enclosed breezeway. Students can stand at eight tables before school, during passing periods , during lunch and after school.

Sophomores Amber Waterman (L)-and Emaley Peevey enjoy some free time at the one of the tables in the enclosed breezeway. Students can stand at eight tables before school, during passing periods , during lunch and after school.

Sophomores Amber Waterman (L)-and Emaley Peevey enjoy some free time at the one of the tables in the enclosed breezeway. Students can stand at eight tables before school, during passing periods , during lunch and after school.

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The new red coffee bar tables arrived in the enclosed breezeway in October. The idea was inspired by student input. Director of food services Stacie Waller ordered eight tables at a cost $2,746.32 from Freedom Interhuis.

They were put there for students to hang out around, stand and talk in the morning, lunch and in between classes. Sophomore, Amber Waterman likes to hangout at the tables.

“I think they’re really cool,” Waterman said.

Construction for the breezeway began on May 29, 2018, but the space was left wide open. Senior, Kiersten Fletcher is worried that if more is put into the breezeway it will become cluttered.

“They are kind of annoying and take up space,” Fletcher said.

The breezeway was enclosed over the summer for extra security reasons and has created a space for students to congregate for a variety activities. Sophomore, Emaley Peevey enjoys using the tables.

“It’s nice to have a place to stand at,” Peevey said.

Students who have any ideas on what else could be done with the enclosed breezeway or new courtyard can contact Principal Scott. Moore at [email protected]

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