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While many of the rules had been around, but not enforced, a few of them have students rolling their eyes in disgust. Girls can't wear short shorts, sandals without a back strap, high heel shoes or hats.
And students are forbidden to have at school Liquid Paper correction fluid, Magic Markers or any items that might be used to deface school property. " grumbled a girl who was wearing strapless shoes that didn't meet the new code's standards. " Winston, a tall, slim man with a disarming smile, also has rules he wants parents to follow: Don't keep students home to babysit or leave town for vacation during the school year.
His aim for the students is simple: He wants to build character, responsibility, good working and study habits among the students, including the vocational and optional students who attend classes there. Knowing he was violating the rule, Fason added, "I'm going to wait until he says something to me." And when he does?
"We are preparing students for the future," he said. Winston wants them to be ready for a global job market that could leave some students behind if they dress inappropriately for an interview. Fason replied, "I'm going to take them off." That's what several young men are doing.
Winston has agreed to discuss the students' concerns about the rules on Sept. They will select five and offer suggestions for changes.
"I want to see what rules they are going to challenge," he said.
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.
He was a teacher, principal and assistant superintendent for the Compton and Inglewood, Calif., public school systems.
In addition to suspension or expulsion for such violations as fighting or bringing weapons to school, the penalties include possible Saturday school, night classes or detention.
Winston also is involving parents: "Parents will be requested to attend Saturday school or night class with their son/daughter.
Our school rules and procedures are designed to ensure that every student have equal access to the curriculum and leave East prepared academically for the 21st Century." [posted August 17, 2008] The Commercial Appeal Friday, April 11, 1980 A man who was upset apparently because he was refused admittance to Memphis Veterans Hospital late Wednesday returned to the hospital about an hour later and took a hospital policeman hostage for several minutes before surrendering to police.
Chief Inspector Tom Marshall, Uniform Patrol Commander, credited the coolness of Patrolmen Patricia Lovett and Georgia Gantt and hospital policeman Kathryn Malone ['68] with preventing serious injury to persons inside the hospital.
Police placed two women -- ages 20 and 22 -- in custody for the slaying of Glenn, a ninth-grade student, starting basketball player and member of the choir at East Junior. East High principal Lowell Winston's new rules that keep boys from wearing earrings and girls from baring their midriffs have gained wide support but angered some students and parents.