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An unheard of "hand-holding punishment" was doled out for two high school students in Mesa, Arizona after they were caught fighting, USA Today reports Dec. 3. The controversial discipline was thought of by Westwood High School principal, Tim Richard.
Richard gave the two boys -- one a 9th grader and one a 10th grader -- the option of either being suspended or holding hands in front of their peers. They reluctantly chose to hold hands before other students last week.
So what do you think about this? Is it too much? The principal was repremanded for the punishment because it went outside of the protocol. I say good for him. Kids these days aren't intimidated by the threat of suspension or detention. That's just a vacation for them. You've got hit em' where it hurts. Bruise there social ego and maybe they will get the point that fighting to solve a problem is NOT the answer. I give that principal a high five!!