Lincoln High School Statesman

Apology for November issue story

Opinion stories are the thoughts and ideas of that staff writer.  It is ok to not agree with the ideas they share. Feel free to comment or write a letter to the editor if you do not feel the story is a fair representation.

Katie P Kroeze

Opinion stories are the thoughts and ideas of that staff writer. It is ok to not agree with the ideas they share. Feel free to comment or write a letter to the editor if you do not feel the story is a fair representation.

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On behalf of the Lincoln High School Statesman, we apologize if our recent “Back to the Middle” article published in our November issue was offensive to any student, parent or teacher. As representatives of our high school, our intent is always to publish quality, truthful and respectable writing that reflect our values as a district. Our purpose for publishing this story was not, in any form, intended to direct blame or criticism toward the middle schools in our district or their teachers. Rather, the story was meant to bring high schoolers “back to the middle” as a form of entertainment and nostalgia through light-hearted writing. We take pride in organizing, initiating and distributing the Statesman and are deeply apologetic when our words we publish offend our audience. As a collective staff, we understand that our purpose for publishing “Back to the Middle” was not clearly transferred to our readers, and offer our deepest apologies to Patrick Henry Middle School, Edison Middle School and the students, teachers or parents affected by the article.

 

Our sincere apologies,

The Statesman

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