Save Gamers' Union
  • Petitioned Clover Hill High School

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Clover Hill High School

Save Gamers' Union

    1. Sean O'Connell
    2. Petition by

      Sean O'Connell

      Midlothian, VA

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October 2012

Victory

Clover Hill High School students won their campaign to convince school officials to officially recognize Gamers' Union as a school club.

We have built roots in Clover Hill. Now they are trying to take that away. We have invested time and money that we can never get back. So we are petitioning the students and staff of CHHS to save Gamers' Union. they are not authorizing us to be a club because there is already game club. We are about more than just games though. We focus mainly on video games and building a relationship with our members. We were around last year and now all of the sudden they tell us we cannot be a club anymore.

To:
Clover Hill High School
Save Gamers' Union

We have built roots in Clover Hill. Now they are trying to take that away. We have invested tie and money that we can never get back. So we are petitioning the students and staff of CHHS to save Gamers' Union.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

Recent signatures

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    1. Reached 100 signatures

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    Reasons for signing

    • Thomas Stone CONCORD, VA
      • about 2 years ago

      One of the club directors is my best friend and I believe, as a friend, that I should support this group and their future endeavors.

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    • ian owens MIDLOTHIAN, VA
      • about 2 years ago

      Because i love all things video games

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    • Shannon Rivera BALDWIN, NY
      • about 2 years ago

      One club is just as important as the other.

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    • Josh Herzog MIDLOTHIAN, VA
      • about 2 years ago

      To support local gaming communities

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    • Cynthia Ong MIDLOTHIAN, VA
      • about 2 years ago

      Kids should have the opportunity to express whatever they want as long as they're not hurting anyone else. The school has no right to take that away from them, especially because this is what they love to do. The school isn't spending any money on it, it's just the students. Why should they have the right to take happiness away from them?

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