Paulding High School: Case Study

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DALLAS, Ga. — Class president accused of vandalism loses appeal A senior class president accused of vandalizing his school will not be allowed to return. The Paulding County School Board decided Tuesday night to deny Jacob Zimmerman’s suspension appeal. He will not be allowed to attend East Paulding High School and will finish his high school education at an alternative school. The 17-year-old had wanted to be able to attend the school for at least part of his day to attend several AP classes, but the school board ruled against him. “It just really hurts. The school board – you’d think they want the best for the kids, but this is the exact opposite,” Zimmerman told Channel 2's . Zimmerman is one of two dozen teens charged in…show more content…
The 17 year will now have to finish the rest of his work at an alternative school. Jacob make a comment to channel 2 saying it just really hurts. The school board – you’d think they want the best for the kids, but this is the exact opposite,” Other teens were also charged in the case. To the boys it was just a harmless senor prank. Jacob will not be able to walk at graduation. This has an effect at the kids at east Pauling high school because they looked up to him. He was the class president and there is a way that they should act and that’s not it. He and the other boys respected the school wrong for them. And they are senior they should be the role model for those kids not the other way
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