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Video Games Are Violent

Video games teach kids one thing--violence. Kids think it's great fun to shoot people in video games. But what parents should know is that some kids will want to do that in real life.

Lauren Walsh

Little Flower School

Cincinnati, Ohio

Games Not Violent

Video games don't cause violence. Kids are violent because they need better homes and more after-school activities. Violent kids have psychological problems and need professional help.

Amanda Harper

St. Williams School

Cincinnati, Ohio

Tell the Good Things

The media doesn't cover enough of the good points about schools. We could make a long list of all the unique and wonderful things about our school. We're certain that students in other schools could do the same.

Jeni Bender

Lourdes Charter School

Jordan, Oregon

Kids Too Rushed

Kids are too rushed! Some kids spend all their time on sports or other activities because their parents want them to. Kids should have time to do things they want to do. Kids need freedom.

Julie Thompson

Hastings Middle School

Cincinnati, Ohio

Activities Are Good

It's good that kids are active today. Being involved in after-school activities teaches kids responsibility and gives them confidence.

Nick Cappel

Little Flower School

Cincinnati, Ohio

Zero Tolerance Unfair

Punishing all students the same for breaking certain school rules, no matter what the circumstances, is unfair. School officials should consider the situation to decide the best punishment for a student and the school.

Marissa Butts

St. Anne School

Decatur, Alabama
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Publication:Junior Scholastic
Article Type:Letter to the Editor
Date:Nov 27, 2000
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