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Hogan, Superintendent Dr. Karen Salmon Visit Eastern Shore Schools As They Open With Some Teachers, Students In Classrooms By Ava-joye Burnett September 8, 2020 at 11:10 pm Groups of five or six were expected to finish a carton of 30 beers in 15 minutes before embarking on the challenge which urged students to "sack whack a complete random walking past" and "spit on homeless man" and “rip a cone on the Harbour Bridge”. In a statement to 7NEWS.com.au, the school condemned the proposed scavenger hunt, saying the activities listed were “unlawful, harmful and disrespectful of the public”.
© West Australian Newspapers Limited 2020. “The document appears to be the work of a small number of boys who are not representative of our wider Year 12 group,” Dr Petterson told the ABC. By viewing our video content, you are accepting the terms of our. “Shore has already communicated to parents in the strongest possible terms that boys are not to take part in the activities,” he said.
Headmaster Dr Timothy Petterson said the tasks outlined in the muck up day scavenger hunt did not reflect the school’s values. "Be aware of COVID restrictions and do not snitch on anyone.". “This would prevent them from sitting their HSC at the School and graduating from Shore,” he said. The list also suggests students can gain points by hitting strangers in the genitals when they walk past. Later this fall, some districts will consider allowing some in-person instruction. “Any boy who does participate risks losing their place at Shore.“.
“It is extremely disappointing to all of us that their thoughtless actions have cast a shadow not only over the considerable achievements of their classmates but the reputation of our school generally, which strives to be a respectful, inclusive and caring environment for all,” Petterson said.
The highest number of points — 10,000 — could be gained by anyone who managed to fly into Melbourne. Gov. All completed tasks had to be captured in photos and videos uploaded to social media with the proviso it didn’t not show any illegal activity. ANNAPOLIS (WJZ) — Gov. The handful of schools are unique because they have some teachers who have returned to the classroom along with a handful of students who would do better with in-person instruction such as children with special needs. A disturbing muck-up day rampage planned by year 12 students at an elite Sydney school have been reported to police Police called over Shore School Year 12 students’ muck-up day … “Catch a pigeon and rip its head off” will gain a student 100 points. “They were so excited to be back,” he said. The “Triwizard Shorenament” muck-up day challenge includes tasks such as spitting on a homeless man, kissing a girl under 15 and skulling a 750ml bottle of vodka. The “Triwizard Shorenament official rule and challenge book" outlined a Year 12 scavenger hunt that included more than 150 tasks for which participants could earn points, according to a report in the Sydney Morning Herald which broke the story.
Live at noon on #WJZ with more. South Shore Academy in Blackpool is part of Bright Futures Educational Trust, where a high quality education is provided to all students. Menu. But educators across the state are trying to maintain some sense of normalcy fo students.
22nd October 2020. One of Australia’s most elite private schools has labelled a Year 12 muck up day challenge list cited by 7NEWS.com.au as “illegal, harmful, arrogant and deeply offensive”.
When asked about mixed messaging on whether students should be back in classrooms for in-person learning or virtual learning, Gov.