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Grovetown High experiences two occurrences of disruptions and police presence



(Article has been updated to include student's name and booking photo.)

Grovetown High School experienced two disruptions on Thursday, Dec. 1 – one involving a local law enforcement investigation, according to press releases from Columbia County School District.

As a result of an initial repo...

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  1. “Parents were asked to talk with their children “the dangers of drugs and alcohol,” and how bringing these prohibited items to school would result in serious repercussions.” This has always worked so well over the decades! 😉

  2. My Dad did not “do a lot of talking”, if you know what I mean. That is the problem these days — too much “talking”, and not enough “explaining”. Far TOO MUCH “procreating”, and not enough “Parenting”.

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