They called B.S.
Fed up because they don’t feel safe in school, thousands of Main Line students walked off the job Wednesday.
For 17 minutes or more, classrooms became ghost towns, the halls were mostly quiet.
There would be no repercussions. Lower Merion, Radnor and T/E Schools were of one voice: students would not be penalized for commemorating Florida’s fallen 17 and demanding #NeverAgain.
As a precaution, parents were cordially not invited to attend – forbidden, in fact, from entering schools that became “closed campuses” from 10 to 11 a.m. Local police stood at the ready, their services, thankfully, not needed.