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  • 1. School Rules By Pavlos, Dimitris, Diana, Ariadne and Constantina
  • 2.
    • I n our school, the Experimental Gymnasium of Corinth, like all schools, there are rules about what is permitted and what is forbidden. When someone disobeys a rule, a punishment will come.
  • 3.
    • To begin with,students cannot use mobile phones at school and especially during class
  • 4.
    • Also, they are not allowed to chew gums during class because not only it's impolite but it also disturbs the teachers while they teach.
  • 5.
    • Furthermore, students can't eat food in the classroom because they litter.
    Also, they must not drink alcohol at school
  • 6.
    • They must not use rude language in school, especially when a teacher is there and they are not allowed to use violence because someone might get hurt.
  • 7.
    • On the other hand students are permitted to do many things such as asking permission from the teacher to go to the bathroom .
    • Also, we can decorate our classroom the way they like(of course not exaggerations such as posters with singers, actors etc).
  • 8.
    • When a student disobeys a rule, he gets expelled for some time. The bigger the mistakes he makes, the bigger the punishment. For example, if a student eats food during class, he won't be punished very harsh. But if a student uses rude language in front of a teacher, then the punishment will be harsh.
  • 9.
    • If a student repeats behaving inappropriately then he/she will be expelled for 2-3 days from school, in order to understand his/her mistake and to fix it.
  • 10.
    • All in all, rules exist so that they make us better people and sometimes by being punished we can realise what mistake we have made.