In an effort to reduce COVID-19 exposures as well as to limit cash transactions, Cheney High School is moving to a digital ticketing option for home events this school year.The public will be able to attend events, but there will be a hierarchy to who gets to purchase tickets and when.Parents of students competing in events will be able to purchase tickets in the first 48-hours that tickets are available. After that, the general public will be able to purchase tickets online.Seating at events will be limited. Online purchases will guarantee your seat. Online seating for each event will end at 3 p.m. the day of the event. If the event has not been sold out at that point, tickets will then be available for walk-up guests on a first-come, first-served basis.Activities director Todd Hague cautioned that walk-up tickets may not be available, and that he hoped people would keep this in mind. He asked for the public’s patience during a difficult time.“It’s such an odd dynamic for all of us,” he said, noting that small-town schools are used to strong community support for their teams.District and senior passes will be honored. However, if those people have not secured tickets online, they cannot be guaranteed entry to an event that is sold out.The link for tickets can be found on the district’s website, www.usd268.org.
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