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LR students react to assembly, staff react to students' surveys

 

James Pakootas pumps up students for the rap entertainment portion of an assembly last spring, in which they had just heard his and others' stories of misfortunes, mistakes, determination and hope. Later, they filled out the survey. - Scott Hunter photo

An assembly held at Lake Roosevelt in May included stories of how drugs and alcohol can affect someone, as well as rap music, and the students reacted strongly to it all. A survey of the students following the survey has helped enlighten staff to issues the student body is facing, and has propelled them toward helping deal with these issues.

At the assembly in May, James Pakootas spoke about the dark path of drugs and alcohol he went down, how it negatively affected him, how he got into it, and how he got out of it.

Lake Roosevelt student Miah Bearcub spoke about how alcohol negatively af...



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