Principal Selling School’s Trophies

The selling of school trophies earned by school athletes during the past 60 years was intended to be a connect to the community. But principal John Cockett is being accused of selling out the school’s heritage. Cockett states, “We wanted to get them out to the people connected to the trophies — team members and coaches — rather than [keeping them] in boxes.” The trophies selling for $5 were to also help open up space in their display cases. Moving forward, no more trophies will be sold without the school board’s approval. UPI
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