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Administrators clear students out from the courtyard early in attempt to avoid having to print them a Hero pass with their handheld devices. The devices held by floating administrators use their phones to scan late student’s ID in an app where they also have access to everybody’s class schedules in Skyward to help prevent skipping.

Administrators clear students out from the courtyard early in attempt to avoid having to print them a Hero pass with their handheld devices. The devices held by floating administrators use their phones to scan late student’s ID in an app where they also have access to everybody’s class schedules in Skyward to help prevent skipping.

Photo provided by: Grace Hefner

Photo provided by: Grace Hefner

Administrators clear students out from the courtyard early in attempt to avoid having to print them a Hero pass with their handheld devices. The devices held by floating administrators use their phones to scan late student’s ID in an app where they also have access to everybody’s class schedules in Skyward to help prevent skipping.

Grace Hefner, Features Editor

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The Hero system has been used since the return from Winter Break to reduce the number of students who are tardy. The system seems to be effective as students are more often on time.

Photo provided by: Grace Hefner
Administrators clear students out from the courtyard early in attempt to avoid having to print them a Hero pass with their handheld devices. The devices held by floating administrators use their phones to scan late student’s ID in an app where they also have access to everybody’s class schedules in Skyward to help prevent skipping.
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Grace Hefner, Features Editor
Grace Hefner is the features editor for the Brantley Banner for the 2017-18 school year. As a senior, this is Grace’s third year writing for the publication, a passion that she discovered when she signed up for Mrs. Turkelson’s journalism 1 class on a whim her freshman year. When she is not working on the...
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