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i think its a reasonable thing to do to kick a girl out of school if they become pregnant. it reflects on the school and honestly who would feel safe having known that girls around you are getting pregnant. it was the right thing to do and the principal is only doing their job:keeping students feeling safe and around people who have good morals
by fearless;) on 8/10/2012 7:27:59 PM
I dont think that this is okay at all. If a girl gets pregnent when she is a teen, its not ideal, but it happens, and she wants to stay in school that is great for her. I dont think that schools should be kicking students out if they would like to continue on with there education. And then there is the case of the fathers, are they kicked out of school, they would have had something to do with it as well.
by cul_4_you on 8/10/2012 2:53:24 PM
Ok, ovbiously teenage precnancy isn't ideal, but the principal shouldnt have the right to force them to take a test. Or kick them out. If she is pregnant it may not be her fault. It should be her decision if she stays in school or not. And if it is just a rumor the girl who started it should be kicked out.
by Miss Nicky on 8/10/2012 1:20:51 PM
I don't approve of teen pregnancy but what if the girl was raped and it wasn't her decision or choice to be in the situation and state she is in? I don't think that rule should be there.
by ssblue on 8/10/2012 12:45:53 PM
Teen pregnancy isn't the best thing in the world. But the person who started that rumor should be kicked out. That's really none of the principals business and kinda personal.
by EddyKala on 8/9/2012 10:03:13 AM
this is horrible. i think this should be illegal. if there is rumors about a girl being pregnant then the person that started the rumor should be the one in trouble and she shouldn't be forced to take the pregnancy test. i disagree all the way with this.
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by camigal on 8/8/2012 2:42:04 PM
I dislike teen pregnancy, but this is ridiculous. Give those girls they're privacy! And what "Suspected of being pregnant?" Is this their idea of a search warrant?
by Freakout911 on 8/8/2012 9:10:25 AM
This is terrible! Things like this could lead to much worse problems. Such as the girl fnding out and having abortion, or killing herself. She could have also been sexually abused and it could be that she can't help it. She would need encouragement, not punishment! They should have more schools like the one close to where I live in Kentucky. Its a place just for teenage moms. It has a daycare center and high-school/college courses for the girl's needs. They also have bus transportation! They need help and support, not pointless and menacing punishment..
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