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The Sandpiper Police Log

Oct. 15, 4:27 p.m. Near drowning at a recent water polo match when six parents tried to do the wave. While concerned, Principal Rick Lopez did not want to dampen their spirit. “It’s fans like these that keep the program afloat,” he said.

Oct. 16, 9:45 a.m. Call to break up a rehearsal of the string orchestra when director Brian Handley brought in saxophones. School rules strictly prohibit sax and violins on campus.

Oct. 17, 12:01 p.m. Two students removed from photo class for failure to get the big picture. No word at press time on further developments.

Oct. 17, 2:04 p.m. Disturbance in theater class. Two students were rehearsing lines, and it turned into an ugly scene. No disciplinary action taken. Teacher Michael Jacobs reported that there is always a lot of drama in the class.

Oct. 17, 3:10 p.m. 12-car pile-up at the parking lot exit caused by a thoughtless driver who actually stopped at the stop sign.

Oct. 22, 12:43 p.m. Unfamiliar student spotted on campus exhibiting erratic behavior at lunch. When he was observed depositing trash into a container, it was determined he was from another school, and he was escorted off campus.

Oct. 22, 1: 57 p.m. Student reported driving around the parking lot yelling at other students. He was suspended. This is believed to be the first “drive-by shouting” in the history of the school.

Oct. 23, 4:05 p.m. Member of the golf team disciplined for getting “teed off.” It was reported that he was not truthful about the incident and asked his teammates to improve the lie. Coach stated his behavior was truly out of bounds.

Oct. 24, 12:01 p.m. Disturbance in Leadership class when all 32 students insisted on heading a committee. To avoid future conflicts the school board is contemplating adding a Followship class next year.

Oct. 24, 2:05 p.m. Distraught student escorted to the office for counseling. She claimed she was getting the silent treatment in American Sign Language class.

Oct. 29, 8:56 a.m. Female student observed swinging a hockey stick wildly on campus. Sent to Mr. Enriquez’s office for possessing a weapon. Upon investigation it was determined that she is on the field hockey team. Head coach confirmed that she had not hit a thing with the stick all year. No disciplinary action taken.

Oct. 29, 1:45 p.m. Student caught stealing tennis racket from a bag in the hallway. Claimed he was just borrowing it for an upcoming court appearance.

-Don Perry

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