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Some of the policies here at Manchester Memorial High School are absolutely ridiculous These rules and guidelines are not found fair by many of the students - myself being one of them For instance chewing gum Its not allowed when infact sometimes people will chew gum to stop them from falling asleep and sometimes people chew gum to stop the urge to eat in class Whatever the reason its not allowed On the otherhand its completely understandable to why there isnt gum allowed While some people put gum in their mouths others will occasionally put it on the desk or on the floor So of course it is easy to understand why its banned from school Hats are also not allowed in school The reason for this is uncertain They say it has to do with respect Originally it had to do with the fact that you could not see the students eyes Back in the old days it was believed that when a hat was worn it would promote sleeping Personally I do not understand how having something on your head would make you want to sleep Today when students wear hats the brim is usually off to the side backwards or there is just no brim at all I really dont see a problem when people wear hats in school It doesnt change the pupils behavior nor does it cause a mess or chaos But most of all it doesnt disrupt the learning environment Heres a question Why are cell phones banned from school Okay yeah sure it could go off But you can just have the students turn their phones off or turn the sound off Almost all phones can be turned to the silent mode Its not like students will call someone in the middle of class Of course there are games on these electronics but Im sure students will not play the games just as long as their teacher makes
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