Grade School School Power students say their school has been unfairly criticized for their protest at the power station.
Students from Grade School PWR say they were told by the school that they were not allowed to speak during their protest because it was against the school’s policy to use a power station to generate electricity.
They are also questioning why their school had the authority to build the power plant.
The students are upset about the fact that they weren’t allowed to share their opinions with students at the school during their demonstration, and they say they’ve received a lot of hate mail about it.
“We’re not allowed even to say what we’re protesting, because it’s against the power company policy,” one Grade School student said.
The school has a policy of using a power generator to generate the electricity at the Grade School, but they say that’s not the policy.
It is the policy of the school to use the power to provide a safe and healthy environment for students to learn,” said school spokesperson, Amanda Mathers.
Students at the Power Station are upset that the school did not provide any information to students about the power generated at the plant and their concerns about the effects it would have on the school. “
[We] were not informed about the potential impacts to the health of the students and staff, and were not given any information about this particular project at the time of the protest,” they wrote in their letter.
Students at the Power Station are upset that the school did not provide any information to students about the power generated at the plant and their concerns about the effects it would have on the school.
They are also upset that they had to wait until after the school had cancelled classes for the night to speak with students from Grade SCHOOL.
While the school has issued a statement condemning the protesters, Grade School Students say they still have concerns.
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