WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- A revised policy for how school facilities can be rented and used will go before the Waynesboro Area School Board in coming weeks for a decision on what should be incorporated.
Policy updates coordinate with the completion of construction at Waynesboro Area Senior High School. That construction gave the school a new, two-story auditorium.
Board members said Tuesday they want to continue renting facilities on a "first come, first served" basis.
"Making one group more favored as a priority, we don't think it's fair," Board President K. Marilyn Smith said.
Allison Hickman, from A&B Dance Dimensions in Waynesboro, addressed the board with several concerns she had regarding the policy. She suggested a few changes.
Among them was deleting a section that prohibits renting the high school auditorium or gymnasium between Memorial Day and the day after graduation.