250 Students Walkout To Support School Safety

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Students stand in support of the walkout. Approximately 250 students attended the event.

Students stand in support of the walkout. Approximately 250 students attended the event.

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Students stand in support of the walkout. Approximately 250 students attended the event.

Pema Khandro, Staff Writer

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Nearly 250 Centennial students participated in the national walkout to support school safety on March 14.

This was part of the 1 million students who participated in the event at the national level, according to Youth Empower Women’s March.

“I think students conducted themselves well within it,” said Principal Mairi Scott-Aguirre.  “I hope they respected each other with their differing opinions. If this was the right way to affect change, we need to respect all the different ways people believe in.”

“I’m proud that students organized and conducted the event successfully themselves,” she said.

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Pema Khandro, Staff Writer
Pema Khandro is a sophomore writer for the Talon. She transferred from David Douglas High School, where she took a Journalism class and is currently enjoying the experience at Centennial. When she’s not on school grounds, she takes her Aussie Mini, Thunder, on walks. Her favorite subject is English and her worst is Math. She...
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