Strict Rules for Social Courts

Mohala Kaholoaa-Kumukoa, Reporter

It’s that time of the year where we elect our winterball, homecoming, and prom courts. The students at Kohala High School think it’s all for fun. Student think it’s just to dance and have fun, but you think being on a elected court is easy? No, it isnʻt as easy as you think it is. There are a lot of responsibilities and rules you need to follow.

1) You are not officially on the court until Ms. White gives you clearance

2) Clearance means you have returned the student contract

3) Your obligations are cleared

4) Your are willing to support the plans of the student activities coordinator and committee.

5) Your GPA is 2.0 or higher and you do not have an F in a course required for graduation.

This year seems stricter then all the other years we have had. We have a different leader and her name is Ms.White. I think it fair that she did it this way. She is getting on it with the students that don’t follow these steps. If they donʻt, they will be kicked off the court and it will be assigned to someone else. This give a chance to kids who work hard and who are not the same people every year. It’s not always about popularity, it’s about working hard and who deserves it the most.