Students Against Violence Assembly at Germantown High School 03-14-18
Photos by John Ehlke
Germantown High School student Arianna Neal wears a button in support of stopping gun violence Wednesday morning during an assembly at Germantown High School. The assembly was in response to the nationwide school walkouts scheduled for Wednesday for students to protest against student violence. The assembly was organized by students and staff members as an alternative to a walk-out. Information on mental health, voter registration were available along with opportunities to write political officials and the families of the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting from last month. Germantown High School seniors Derek Fairburn, 17, and Ellie Decker, 17, write letters to the families of the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting Wednesday morning during an assembly at Germantown High School. The assembly was in response to the nationwide school walkouts scheduled for Wednesday for students to protest against student violence. The assembly was organized by students and staff members as an alternative to a walk-out. Information on mental health, voter registration were available along with opportunities to write political officials and the families of the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting from last month. Germantown High School junior Madison Dier, 17, writes a letter to one of the families of the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting Wednesday morning during an assembly at Germantown High School. The assembly was in response to the nationwide school walkouts scheduled for Wednesday for students to protest against student violence. The assembly was organized by students and staff members as an alternative to a walk-out. Information on mental health, voter registration were available along with opportunities to write political officials and the families of the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting from last month. <br/><br/> Students wait to be checked in Wednesday morning for an assembly at Germantown High School. Students had to register to attend the assembly. The assembly was in response to the nationwide school walkouts scheduled for Wednesday for students to protest against student violence. The assembly was organized by students and staff members as an alternative to a walk-out. Information on mental health, voter registration were available along with opportunities to write political officials and the families of the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting from last month. Germantown High School junior Ethan Masarik, 17, rests his head on his hands as he listens to one of the speakers Wednesday morning during an assembly at Germantown High School. The assembly was in response to the nationwide school walkouts scheduled for Wednesday for students to protest against student violence. The assembly was organized by students and staff members as an alternative to a walk-out. Information on mental health, voter registration were available along with opportunities to write political officials and the families of the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting from last month. Germantown Police Department Capt. Mike Snow addresses students on the school safety measures Wednesday morning during an assembly at Germantown High School. The assembly was in response to the nationwide school walkouts scheduled for Wednesday for students to protest against student violence. The assembly was organized by students and staff members as an alternative to a walk-out. Information on mental health, voter registration were available along with opportunities to write political officials and the families of the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting from last month. <br/><br/>
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