Look At What A Jss 3 Student Wrote To The School Management.
By TheLogicTutor | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 0 views
There was a fight between a Jss 3 students and one of his school mate, They had quarrel within the school none of them reported to any teacher or the class rep. So that action could be taken to settle between them.
Due to the influence of other students who were there when they quarrelled, that is they continue to put on fuel to the fire so they can engage in physical combat. But they all knew quite alright that they will be punished bif they fight within the school premises so they decided to meet outside the school. Immediately after closing they both met at the school gate and begin the fight. They keep fighting until they were caught by a school teacher who punished them and reported them to the management. The principal demanded an apology letter from both of them. Take a look at what the Jss 3 Student Wrote.
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