Q: The Payson High School is charging students $50 for a parking pass this upcoming year. Where is the money going?
A: A portion of the funds would go into an auxiliary account to reward students for citizenship and academic achievement throughout the year, said Payson High School Principal Roy Sandoval.
"We'd like to provide non-monetary rewards, such as gift certificates," Sandoval said. "We'd also like to continue to provide security and monitoring equipment so we can make sure the parking lot and kids cars are safe."
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