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Dear Mr Principle There are a lot of kids out there who break the rules and many of these kids get caught and get in trouble but that does not stop them They get in trouble once and they get punished and just keep getting in trouble after that The problem is that these punishments are not harsh enough Some things that should be done or taken away from troublemakers are school functions and activities parking and locker privileges and giving them ISS and Saturday school High school students love to go to school sport games and functions so I think one thing that you could do is to take this away from them to where they cannot go to these activities Another thing is that we all know that kids hate to work so for there punishment you could make them do work at these school games and functions I know they would hate that For the people who compete or play in these sports and activities you could make it to where they cannot participate in these sports anymore Those would for sure work with most students Students have to purchase parking permits at the beginning of each school year if they want to drive to school but if they get in trouble you could take their permits away to where they have to find an alternative way to get to and from school Like for example riding the bus which is embarrassing to most students I think they would learn after that Or if that does not work you could assign parking spots in the school and you could assign theirs all the way in the back to where they would have to walk from their car to the school After a while they would have to get sick of it Lockers are a privilege at high schools most middle and elementary school do not have lockers So if you take their
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