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"The school has been too lax in what it allows." Student Daniel Walton can live with the new rules, especially the one that prevents girls from wearing short shorts. "He thinks he's going to be the next Lean on Me Dr. "He's a good principal; his rules are just too strict." East High School students and their parents must follow a new set of rules imposed this year by the school's new principal, Dr. Rules causing the most concern among students are those focusing on hair and clothing.
The penalties are stiff for those who don't follow the new rules.
"I may be flexible on some of the rules." One mother whose son was suspended for three days for wearing braids has called the administration and complained about the school's code of conduct. At 56, Winston is returning to Memphis after living in the Los Angeles area for 31 years.
While some students are trying to convince Winston to ease up on a few of the rules, many parents and some students say they fully support the principal's efforts.
Wednesday to "have his stomach pumped." He was treated and sent home. Ray Adams, a spokesman for the hospital, said the man was schedule to be admitted to the hospital yesterday. [posted August 17, 2008] The Press-Scimtar April 10, 1980 By Ken Garland Press-Scimitar Staff Writer Two women police officers and a woman security officer at the Veterans Administration Hospital at 1030 Jefferson disarmed a man who entered the hospital earlier today and held the security officer at gunpoint, police said. Meanwhile, officers Gantt and Lovett were at the hospital gathering information on a stabbing victim, were approached in the emergency room area by a nurse who had seen the incident begin, said Capt. After hearing what had happened, the two officers went looking for the security officer.
The man was arrested after he voluntarily lowered a shotgun he had been pointing at the head of the security officer, Kathryn A. Officer Gantt said she spotted the suspect standing near the guard with his shotgun pointed toward the floor.
The East Junior High School basketball squad practiced Saturday. They were thinking about Glenn Taylor, Jr., a smooth, rangy forward on the team who was shot to death Friday night on the parking lot behind East High School...
His mother said she was in the East gymnasium Friday when a young girl rushed in and shouted: "Little Glenn's been shot! as a 15-year-old boy was trying to break up a fight between several women in the parking lot behind East High School after a basketball game with Central High.