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It’s Not Cool to be Cruel

Lela Eggen, Reporter

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In efforts to keep the high school safe for students and faculty alike, administration and officers at CHS have advice for the student body: filming and joining in the fight won’t help the situation.

“During a fight we don’t want you videotaping, and do everything you can not to instigate,” Assistant Principal David Rayburn said. “We need the tools to communicate and work things out.”

The first thing a student usually does during a fight is videotape, however that’s not what administration wants students to do.

“The first thing you should do is report it, tell faculty, and don’t get involved,” Officer Freeman said.

Some students think that the only way to deal with conflict is to fight, but that’s simply not the case. If students communicate with each other and allow an adult to help cool down the situation, CHS can remain a safe environment.

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