The Aftermath of the Parkland Shooting: How can Cherry Hill take action?

February 25, 2018

In the wake of the recent Parkland shooting, more and more people are starting to draw attention to the issue of gun violence. At Cherry Hill East, this tragedy has caused particular distress amongst many parents, students, and teachers. Read on to learn all about the effects the shooting has had on students as well as what the Cherry Hill District is doing and plans to do in order to cope with the loss.

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    Kirby CrawFeb 25, 2018 at 6:42 pm

    More important then protesting; students must register to vote in the upcoming midterm election.

    More then 4 million students will be 18 on or before the election. If a student is 17 but will be 18 on or before the election, they can register to vote.

    Protests draw attention to a need for change, but your protest can, and will be ignored in the end. Why? because those elected members of Congress cannot be forced to change. They make the rules. The only way to get change is to remove them from office. They don’t fear you, they fear removal from office.

    Work hard to register as many young voters as possible, and make candidates state a solid position on matters of importance; not buzz words or emotional rhetoric that says nothing. Pin them down. Don’t let them dismiss you.