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Student questions why Hartland High School didn’t hold moment of silence on 9/11

August 26, 2019


INSILENCE CONTROVERSY. A STUDENT DEMANDING ANSWERS FROM HIS SCHOOL DISTRICT TONIGHT. OVER WHY THEY DID NOT PAUSE TO REMEMBER THE LIVES LOST ON 911. ALAN CAMPBELL WAS AT THE THERE WERE HUNDREDS OF STUDENTS WHO WERE VERY UPSET ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED. THEY WAITED UNTIL THE NEXT SCHOOL BOARD MEETING WHICH WAS TONIGHT AT THE HEARTLAND CONSOLIDATEDMESILENCE IN THE MORNING.>>Reporter: SEPTEMBER 11, 2001. WE WILL NEVER FORGET.>>I LOST PETS. THE REMEMBER EXACTLY WHAT THEY WERE DOING. I RENATE WITH IT. IT IS SOMETHING THAT SHOULD BE MO I GOT CALLED TO THE OFFICE AND WE TALKED. SHE TOLD ME WHY SHE DID NOT. IT IS SOMETHING THAT SHOULD BE REMEMBERED ON A PERSONAL LEVEL.>>ReporteTERANS IN MANY WAYS.>>THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO WAY THE HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION WOULD DISRESPECT THE MEMORY OF Reporter: TONIGHT HE SAYS HE RECEIVED MORE THAN 20 SIGNATURES ON THE PETITION. AT TONIGHT’S BOARD MEETING THE SUPERINTENDENT TOLOF SILENCE. — HARTLINE HIGH SCHOOL.>>>NCERNS. HE SAID THAT IS RARE AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE ESE DAYS. THE SUPERINTENDENT PROMISING THE STUDENTS FROM NOW ON AT

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