In response to the article on “Hazing Policy …”


Hazing is bullying. Hazing is wrong, hurtful, and damaging to the ones being hazed. Just because it has always been done, doesn’t make it right. Just because it happened to you, doesn’t mean you should continue it. Just because you only watched, doesn’t make you innocent.

It doesn’t matter who is involved — it matters that it is stopped. Don’t make excuses. Take your punishment and clean up your act. 

Remember — Hazing is bullying. Hazing is wrong. 

Kudos to the Arkansas City High School administration for taking a stand on this issue.


Jane Moore

Geuda Springs

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