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The Hallway Overcrowd

The hallways in Perry Hall, as anyone who goes here will tell you, are overcrowded. Every school year more and more kids come in, and the school population has increased tenfold over the years. This inevitably leads to crowded hallways. This tends to make it quite difficult to get around quickly. Teachers and staff are constantly on kids about giving them five minutes to get to class. But thatâ…

Read more → November 20, 2018 4:59pm
Amina Abubaker and Brynn Walper

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