The policy of the school board to suspend any student

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“the policy of the school board to suspend any student who has been caught drinking alcoholic beverages at school.” Even they got suspended, they will wander about streets during school hours and it may lead to other teenaged crime. Therefore, we, as an adult, need to talk to them and try to understand their problems. Not just giving them a punishment, school needs to comprehend a student’s feelings and situations. In that way, student can trust adults and school to follow the right steps. Understanding that they should not drink in their age, teenagers need to have an education about alcoholism. During high school years, I never learned about alcoholism. I remember that I learned about sex, drug, and drinking driving. But school never taught me about alcoholism. Therefore I didn’t know why should I not drink and how it affects to my life. I believe many of students who are going through puberty don’t know how serious drinking alcohols affect their life. They drink alcoholic beverages not knowing that it follows very serious consequences. Not just teaching require subjects to college, school need to teach students about alcoholism to decrease percentage of teenaged alcoholic problem. Drinking an alcohol, even adults need to control it carefully. Then what about teenagers? It is a part of adult’s responsibility to lead and tell teenagers not to drink alcohols. It’s against the law and not very beneficial for them. School
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need to resolve teenaged alcoholic problem not only giving them a suspension but also giving teenager trustworthy and an alcoholic education.
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  • Summer '09
  • DUNELL
  • English, Alcoholic beverage, Professor Harper, Jae Yoo, Teenage alcoholic beverage

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