Northeast Times

Topic - Morriah Young

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  • “When you’re a teenager and you don’t have a lot of support, it’s a lot easier not to come (to school), to give up,” said Morriah Young, the senior class president. ldquo;If I stop coming, they’re going to reach out to me.

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  • “I think people look at it as a bad school because of our past, the bad incidents,” said Morriah Young, the senior class president.

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