Griswold Schools Superintendent Speaks On Planned Student “Walkout” for March 14, 2018
Griswold Public Schools announced on Monday, March 12, 2018 of a couple of events that will be held on March 14th, weather permitting of course, in a letter from Superintendent Sean McKenna. One of the events is what is being called a “Quiet, non disruptive event” which is to honor the victims from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy from Valentine’s Day 2018 that left 17 people dead. Over 2,500 schools nationwide are said to be participating in the event. The “Walkouts” are scheduled to happen at 10am on Wednesday the 14th.
Mckenna also states in the newsletter that this is a voluntary, optional event, only for students that are interested in participating. He also adds that the Walkout will be closely supervised by the school administration and specific directions will be given to the students on how to respectfully participate.
For additional events on the 14th, please read the Superintendent’s letter, dated March 12th which you can find at the following link and click on “School, Safety, Climate, and Culture.