Is hallway wandering a problem at WBHS?
By Jessica Steger, Editor in Chief
Lately passing time has extended beyond the customary five minutes.
When the bell rings, signifying the end of a class period, students at the West Bend High Schools are given five minutes to report to their next class. During class time the hallways are expected to be mostly clear, with only students carrying passes allowed to walk the hall. However, many students and staff members report an apparent increase this year in “wanderers,” which are students roaming the halls when they are supposed to be in class or in a supervised location. Continue reading
How do you feel about students roaming the halls during class?
“It doesn’t really affect me, except for the kid who goes around knocking on doors.”
Caitlyn Klostermann, East senior
Hallway Etiquette: A Beginner’s Guide
By Maggie Kieser and Kara Conley, Current Staff
It is seventh hour on a Friday afternoon. It has been a long week and patience is non-existent. All you want to do is get to your last class, and you are so close, but an obstacle is lying ahead. You turn onto the X hallway, the most crowded hallway, and the slowest of walkers is in front of you. You begin to worry that you are never going to make it to your class a mere three doors down the hall. After what seems like hours, you arrive to your class just before the bell rings wondering how hallway walking became such an issue.
Is there no decency among the students of West Bend regarding hallway etiquette? Continue reading