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11 Suspended Students Back In School

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Alfbutone of the 12 Pioneer High School pupils suspended two weeks ago for distnbutmg unauthorized literature on school grounds or staging a walk-out from classes have been readmittpd to school. Pioneer High School Principal! Theodore R. Rokicki said today] 11 of the students were readmitted this week following conferences with their parents toe boy is still suspended, Rockicki said. His case is presently under] consideration. . . __ , , The classes which suspended itudents missed are consideredl unexcused absences. No tests orl academie work can be made up during this period. I One of the students suspend-l ed a girl, was suspended Aprill 2 for distributing an unauthor-l ized newspaper on schooll grounds. The other 11 pupüs iwexe suspended April 4 for walMng out of class to protest the girl's suspension. About 100 Pioneer and Huron students attended the ; April 9 1 Ann Arbor Board of Educaüon meeting to protest the schoo s Ipublication poücies and the sus pension of the 12 pupils_