News just in, Another enormous school head home peacefully

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School unrest for the past week has seen several dormitories burnt with student blaming long calenders for their actions.

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According to a post on Facebook, the action of Stella Maris Othaya girls High, has caught the attention of many for how they negotiated with their principal to leave school instead of burning buildings.

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It is said that they reportedly peacefully left the school after they boycotted eating food yesterday and earlier today poured out the tea that they were offered to them as a sign of protest.

 

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The cause of their protest is yet to be determined.

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