Sun Staff Writer
It’s 3:30 p.m. The parking lot is noticeably bare. Inside of the building, there is silence with the exception of the muffled sounds of a volleyball practice behind closed doors.
And the hallway is empty.
That is, it is empty until you reach the end, where a handful of art students are still hard at work.
WCHS let out a half hour ago, but there is sophomore Thomas Graves painting a hallway wall white so a mural of his design can adorn it within the month.