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Declaration of Independence from Haslett High School We, the students of Haslett High School, in solemn efforts to uplift our educational progression, attain constructive student-teacher relationships, and ensure an equitable and conducive educational environment for all, hereby decree our intention to express grievances and propose changes necessary for the betterment of our scholistic experience. A core premise, inspired by our constitutional Right to Education, is the sanction of a student-centric school environment. We believe that every individual is entitled to a comprehensive and holistic educational journey, and such validation of rights should reflect in every sphere of our school lives. We trust in the power of this declaration that expresses our understanding, interpretations, and recommendations of our environment. Thu,s we propose the following major grievances to ensure transparency and actionable urgency from the school administration: 1. Lack of clarity in disciplinary codes: We urge the school to elaborate and provide clarity on rules and regulations to avoid any form of subjective interpretation or unexpected penalties. 2. Inadequate Educational Resources: The scarcity of resources like textbooks, educational tools, and lack of technological advancement in classrooms heavily impacts our learning process. 3. Unfair Workload: The current level of homework and assignments burden us heavily, leaving no room for extracurricular and personal development. 4. Inconsistent Grading System: The lack of a uniform grading criteria often leads to ambiguity and unfair evaluation of our academic performances. 5. Limited Student Representation: We demand more student representation and involvement in administrative decisions that directly impact us. Through indubitable faith in our commitment to progress and the school's lenience towards our plea, we anticipate a promising and engaging discourse on effective problem-solving. We hereby declare independence from restricting practices and call upon the Haslett High School administration to address these issues, cementing our right to a wholesome, equitable, and productive learning experience. We aim to foster a collaborative spirit and trust that our concerns will not fall on deaf ears but instead initiate reformative measures for the good of the students, the teachers, and the eminence of Haslett High School.

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Oct. 31, 2023, 6:38 p.m.

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Published: Tuesday, October 31, 2023

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