Eighth grader, Jacob Curlin, meets with #CoachJoeTyler in the principal's office in order to outline the particular student requirements with typing vs. handwriting the Rules of Civility. Curlin proposed what he thought was an "end-around" on the traditional curriculum adjustment, but when confronted with the particularities of the typing nuances for the fabled Lower School assignment, he retreated from his proposal in favor of writing by hand.
A historical sampling of previously completed Rules assignments resides safely under a genuine WWI Doughboy helmet for safe keeping. Students inquiring/challenging historical philosophy and practice are always granted their freedom of expression to speak freely given that they don the headgear of those who have gone before while doing so. #Respect.