I would say yes but the only time they will be able to use their phone will be during lunch after school and free play. For an emergency they can call their parents or guardians but the cell phones will have to be in their lockers and cell phones did to be shut down. The teachers will have permission to go throw their lockers and see if their cell phones are off. If there not off they will be taken away and their parents or guardians will have to come and pick them up and pay $ dollars. If they get taken away the second time their parents or guardians will paying $ dollars and spend one day in school suspension for one day.
Teachers now a days don't even teach anyway there too busy trying to get you suspended, write you up or take a cell phone. What happened to actually caring about the students. Focus on what's important and by the way i was a straight A student throughout highschool and i used my cell phone all day/everyday. It doesnt mean that you will fail or anything it means the teacher needs to TEACH better or make something interesting otherwise i wouldnt have to turn to technology! I swear soon or later we aren't going to even need techers we'll have professors teaching on a computer the
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