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New Cell Phone Rules

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Gabby Swearengin, Reporter

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Do you know the new Cell Phone policy? If you haven’t heard about the new cell phone rule then you probably don’t have a cell phone. The new rule is that if you have your cell phone out during class without the permission of the teacher they have the right take it. If you get your phone taken away you have to have a parent or guardian come and pick it up at the end of the day and you also get  one hour of before or after school detention.  Also if you remember last year you could be on your phone in

the hallways and at lunch, but because of an increase in student tardiness people had, you can’t be on your phone in the hallways but you can still be on it at lunch.

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