Seniors take back “senior cafeteria”

TOWAMENCIN- When it’s time for their lunch period, students traverse their way into the cafeteria and sit in either the main cafeteria or the senior cafe. The only catch is any student can sit in the “senior” cafe. Once we get back to school, school administrators have made an executive decision to give the senior cafe back to only the seniors.

Being the upperclassmen in the school, many seniors questioned why all the tables in the senior cafe would be taken up by sophomores and juniors. With only one year left in their North Penn education life, seniors deserved their chance to sit in the cafeteria named after their class. Since its creation in 1999, the senior cafe was built to give more space for students to enjoy their lunch. A territorial and robust group of seniors around the turn of the 21st century claimed the new digs as the own, but after a few short years underclassmen started finding their way into the senior cafe.

A territorial and robust group of seniors around the turn of the 21st century claimed the new digs as the own, but after a few short years underclassmen started finding their way into the senior cafe.”

Eight members of the senior class will enforce this new policy. Since many college kids pick up side hustles as bouncers in college town establishments, NP added the Bouncer Program to the course offerings this year as an extension of the dual enrollment offering. The last part of the school year will count as their field experience.

“You wanna grab a fro-yo from the cookie corner, sophomore? Yeah, you can go around through D-pod,” asserted senior bouncer in training Matt Swanson.

Bouncers will now be posted at both entrances to the senior cafe and you will need to scan your ID to enter the senior cafe. No ID, no entry. Any underclassman caught trying to enter with a fake ID will face strict punishment- no double lunch, no sushi, no fro-yo, no french fries, and no sausage egg and cheese from the breakfast cart for one year. A repeat offender will be sentenced to eating a salad everyday – and not the kind with chicken in it, either.