Two medium sized rock piles filled two student parking spaces. (Will Reiher)
Two medium sized rock piles filled two student parking spaces.

Will Reiher

Rocks mystify administration

December 8, 2017

When students attempted to park Dec. 4 they were presented with two parking spaces filled with bowling ball sized landscaping rocks. One student moved a number of rocks out of a third space to clear up enough room for him to park his car.

Dec. 5, a third pile appeared covering two more parking spaces. However, the actual purpose or origin of these rocks is unknown to students and staff. “I’m not sure if they (the rocks) are for landscaping or something for construction,” Principal Ryan Woods said. “Hopefully they’ll be gone as soon as possible but the good news is we have extra parking spaces, they’re just not as close.”

Landscaping rocks finally moved from parking lot

A Bobcat loader was spotted moving the landscaping rocks that have occupied parking spots on Feb. 2. These landscaping rocks have been occupying student parking spots on the eastern side of the parking lot since Dec. 4, 2017. According to the man operating the lift, the district bought these rocks to place around the pond located on the eastern side of the building.

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