Georgia school reverses decision to suspend teen over crowded hall photo

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The photo showed students crammed wall-to-wall at North Paulding High School in Dallas, Georgia.

However, she has clarified that she posted the photo after the school hours and also the students from class 9 to 12 are exempt from the phone ban. Split dismissal staggers dismissal times and is supposed to help with social distancing. Once again thank you. #HannahWatters told Buzzfeed that she was suspended from school for five days over the incident.

The school's claim was that Hannah and another student were suspended for violating school policy about social media and posting images of minors without consent. "The fact that masks would not be mandated for students is known to all CCSD parents, as it has been repeatedly communicated to them since the reopening plan was announced July 8".

According to Paulding County Schools superintendent Dr Brian Otott, the viral social media photo did not "look good" but ensured that the school was following appropriate COVID-19 protocols. Instead, it's been called a "choice". For the kid who posted the photo, it apparently resulted in being suspended.

"To be 100% clear, I can go back to school on Monday". 'It's a work in progress, and we're going to do the best we possibly can'. "But it was worse than I thought it was going to be".

She's since appeared on CNN to address her suspension.

One local reporter shared a recording 0f North Paulding High School Principal Gabe Carmona threatening to punish students that post on social media about conditions at the school.

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"The school district's policy related to cell phone and social media use on campus raises serious First Amendment concerns in and of itself". In it, he says that teachers are receiving threats.

The district also stated in the guidelines that schools will not conduct temperature checks and encourage parents and employees to do a self-check at home prior to arriving at school, according to the report.

Critics widely derided the pictures on social media, although some residents of the counties voiced support. As you have seen, the exposure has escalated quickly.

Back to school is the moment many have questioned and awaited during the COVID-19 crisis.

"This is a new environment for all of us, but I want to reassure our community that we are addressing the issues that have come to light", he wrote. "I can understand if your first reaction was one of concern".

President Donald Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos have both pushed for schools to reopen for in-person learning whenever possible. We have also identified additional staffing and resources so that we can begin accommodating those on the waiting list for virtual instruction. "Parents on the waiting list will receive a confirmation email".

The high school has since backed off that decision.

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