While it may not be everyday that a presidential candidate stops by your high school, students can expect a relatively typical day despite Presidential candidate Mitt Romney holding a rally at the school the morning of Oct. 29.
“The drop offs should be the same,” Avon Lake Superintendent of Schools Bob Scott said. “Parking on the south parking lot might be affected.”
Romney is expected to be on campus from 11 a.m. until about 1 p.m., when school transportation isn't a factor.
Students and their parents can expect a message via GradeBookWizard, the online system that allows schools to communicate via web with parents and students, providing details about Romney’s visit, attendance and any special arrangements.
Students to not have to attend the rally.
“The kids can go,” Scott said Sunday morning, as details were still being worked out. “They’ll probably have to have a not from their parents.
“We’re not going to force anyone to go.”
Communication from the district will include a map of where students can park.
Non-students interested in attending the rally can park at Bleser Park or Towne Center and catch a shuttle. Tickets are available online, at no charge.