Hallways cause disruption for students

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Hallways cause disruption for students

Students walk the halls after being dismissed from lunch.

Students walk the halls after being dismissed from lunch.

Hannah Pappert

Students walk the halls after being dismissed from lunch.

Hannah Pappert

Hannah Pappert

Students walk the halls after being dismissed from lunch.

Taylor McEachron, Staff Writer

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One of the main frustrations of my junior year has not been the overwhelming amount of work I have due to physics or pre-calculus, or stress from the crazy schedule I have. Something that has become increasingly annoying over my three years of being in the high school is the hallways.

There are definitely some unspoken rules of the hallway that everyone needs to know.

In the hallway, the colored tiles are for walking and the white tiles are for standing. Don’t get me wrong, I’m always one to stand in the hall and talk to my friends, but I also am one to show respect to everyone else in school.

To cause less traffic jams within the halls, it’s important that people also walk on the right side of the hall no matter where they’re going. Walking down the hall always seems to frustrate me a little bit more each time. I even see people that have been in this school for more than a year not following simple rules. I get that it’s just the hallway and it’s not that big of a deal, but it always seems to get on my nerves. So please, be respectful for anyone and everyone in the school.

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