This action is important because for most students, they have more than 10 people that have been a major contributor for their lives. Graduation is supposed to be the moment where all the people that matter the most to the senior, come out and experience this life long changing event. Think about the family sizes. A student might have an immediate family of 10. What about the grandparents, the aunt and the uncles. They should be able to cherish this time with their graduating senior just like any other person.
Tatyana Corprew BTW C/o 2017 scholar
We as graduating seniors of Norfolk Public Schools feels as if we should receive more than 10 tickets for our grduation. Especially because The Ted Constant center is so big in size. At most grduations, there are always plenty of empty seats in the stadium. I understand that not all schools have the same amount of students, so another way the issue could be resolved is giving out tickets according to the size of the graduating class. For example, if it's less students graduating, then there should be more tickets distributed to those students. To make it more convenient and less disorganized, extra tickets could be able to be picked up at the box office at The Ted Constant Center or instead of the distribution of 10 tickets from our guidance counselors, there should be 20 instead.