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Student Money Brings Crucial Support to KHS

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Alexandra Asbury
Three students who are working in the school store smile for the camera

Students supporting their high school is very important to the staff, the school, and the students themselves. Without students’ support, Karns High School wouldn’t be able to do many things for the kids here. Karns does several things for students with the profits they make from cookie sales, ticket sales, and other fundraisers.

      The money from cookie sales and the student store is used to benefit other students and to pay for the school’s activities. Cookie sales pay for Deca students’ ability to participate in the club!

      “Money from the sales are used for my Deca competitors when they go to state and international competitions to pay for the bus which costs three thousand dollars..that keeps the students from having to pay an additional sixty dollars for transportation,” said Mrs. Roden.

      It’s important to support the school by purchasing snacks and merchandise. Buying cookies and products from the marketing class is important because it allows the marketing class to keep doing what they do. By purchasing from the school, students can learn more about marketing and they can participate in Deca!

      “The school store helps us raise money for Deca, and it also helps students get hands-on experience of working in a retail setting,” said Roden

      Purchasing from the student store helps students get more experience in taking care of products and selling them to others. Students can learn about marketing and managing a store when the student store is purchased.

      “The skills I learn from working in the student store help me take responsibility and use my best judgment to resolve problems in customer service,” said Madelin Machette.

      Buying from the school supports the school in many other ways than one may think. Without purchasing from Karns, the students wouldn’t receive chicken biscuit Tuesdays, or good snacks, and they would lack fun events.

      Without the students’ purchases and school spirit, many other students wouldn’t be able to learn about their desired profession effectively. Buying from the student store and the marketing class gives students more opportunities in their high school careers.

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Alexandra Asbury, Reporter
Alexandra Asbury is a sophomore at Karns High School. This is her first year in Journalism. She loves clothes, scrap-booking, and indie-rock music. Her biggest hobby is musical theater, and she thinks Dear Evan Hansen is the best. She will do anything to make her loved ones happy. She is also on her journey of self acceptance. She seems quiet. But once you get to know her, she is incredibly loud.

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