Phones Back for Safety

Phones Back for Safety

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Avery Gibson started this petition to Spring Hill middle school

We had our phones taken away and we want them back. Parents and students are mad. They gave us a privilege and took it away. Parents are scared that something will happen. Students in all grades do not like this issue. There are so many situations that students would need their phones in. If we get our phones back we would feel more safe. In fact, a lot of students thought they were going to die the other day because a sixth grade student threatened to shoot and bomb the school as far as I have heard. My mom found out and called the school and the said they would not tell her anything and it is up to her to pick me up. If you sign this petition, parents and student would be happy. We want our phones back for so many reasons. A lot of my friends feel unsafe and not only that but more students are more likely to get in trouble because they are hiding their phones. ISAS isn't going to make the bad students get off their phones, it is going to make them more mad. I'm getting called means names behind my back and cry a lot at school because of that and more. The fact that if I want to go home because I am crying but would feel uncomfortable calling my parents and telling them in the office is not okay. I'd feel better just texting them but we weren't even allowed to do that. And the other day I felt unsafe due to the threat and I felt uncomfortable even talking to a teacher about it, but I did and she said that it is nothing. What if there was a shooting and they threatened to shoot anyone from the office who calls the police. And in lockdowns we are positioned far from the desk so a teacher can not call 911. But if a student has a phone on them they are perfectly capable of saving maybe a thousand people. It would help if we got our phone privileges back.

 -Sincerely, a Spring Hill Middle Student.

     

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