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He's reinstituted pep rallies, a school band and majorettes. He even offered free frozen yogurt in the school cafeteria one day. If 800 parents attend open house next week, the students will be rewarded with a dance.
While some students are trying to convince Winston to ease up on a few of the rules, many parents and some students say they fully support the principal's efforts.
yesterday when she noticed a man whom she had seen at the hospital earlier walking toward her with a sawed off shotgun.
"He was coming toward me with this shotgun pointed toward me. When I saw him I stopped so he wouldn't think I was going to try anything. Gantt said when she saw that he was armed she drew her pistol and ordered him to lay the shotgun on the floor. Gantt and Miss Malone continued to talk to the man while Ms. "That shotgun was loaded and cocked," Miss Malone said. He kept telling them he would shoot me, but he told me he wouldn't.
While there, he saw how the growing gang influence within the community spread to the schools. Winston, who grew up in La Grange and graduated from Booker T.
Washington High here, is one of three new principals who were hired from outside the district this year when 25 positions opened up. He thinks if we have braids and wear earrings, we're in gangs," said junior Devin Fason Jr., 17, who was wearing two small hoop earrings.
He seemed afraid at first and told me to place my radio on the floor ..." Police said the man told her that he had been at the Hospital earlier and that officials wouldn't admit him. Meanwhile, bystanders notified Patrolman Gantt and Lovett who were in the hospital investigating a stabbing incident, and Ms. Instead, he pointed the shotgun at Miss Malone's neck and threatened to shoot her if Ms. She backed around the corner and pretended to lay her gun down and then signaled Ms. She said she was moving away from him and the police were "getting in position to shoot if they had to. Lovett, who were attempting to talk the man into surrendering, officials said. when a man walked into the emergency room area and approached security officer Malone, police said.
"We are preparing students for the future," he said. Winston wants them to be ready for a global job market that could leave some students behind if they dress inappropriately for an interview. Fason replied, "I'm going to take them off." That's what several young men are doing.
Many have begun wearing their stud earrings on their shirt tails or sleeves during school.
About 50 parents trying to reorganize the East High Booster Club recently backed Winston's efforts.
Winston has agreed to discuss the students' concerns about the rules on Sept. They will select five and offer suggestions for changes.
"I want to see what rules they are going to challenge," he said.