Friday, December 7, 2007
Thefts have troubled CCHS
This fall there have been over a dozen thefts at the Concord-Carlisle High School. According to Principal Peter Badalament stolen property included mostly money, Apple iPods and cell phones, generally taken from the locker rooms. He said, "Thefts have dropped dramatically since the month of September."He added that two students had been caught and "they are making restitution to the victims."
Student Advisory Council member Ian Carr had said at a Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee meeting that some laptops had been stolen and some of these had later been returned. The Student Senate was considering an Honor Code.
Badalament said, "We have been making students aware of the issue and encouraging them to lock up their belongings."
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