Pass The Toilet Paper

Posted on October 5, 2012 by in Op-Ed

While looking around the school during the first week, I saw students lined up all around the main building because they did not get the classes that they need to graduate. It seems ridiculous that students were in the hallways when they should be in class just because their class schedules were wrong.

One student was programmed into two different classes during the same period. He attended the correct class, but he kept getting automated calls at home saying he wasn’t attending the other class. This went on for weeks and his parents couldn’t understand why the school was unable to correct the situation.

And to top everything off, there was a period of time last month when there was no toilet paper in the bathrooms. By the time sixth period came, the toilet paper was gone and there was barely any soap left at all.  I had to wait until I got home, otherwise I might have gotten stuck in the bathroom. Or, as one of my classmates said, “Once I knew there wasn’t any toilet paper, I didn’t have to go anymore.” Holding it all day cannot be healthy.

At least we know that some of these problems have been fixed, but others are still going on. We students apparently have to learn to deal with it.

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