Dexter’s Walkout

By Isabella Franklin On March 14, students around the United States took a stand about school safety and the value of student lives. DHS students headed out of the school’s front doors after second hour with signs and chalk to express their views on gun reform, school security, and changing the country’s system. The walkout mainly involved listening to student speeches given by seniors Marin Waddington and Joe Ramey and inscribing messages on the sidewalk in front of the school. To protect and monitor the students during the walkout, there…

United They Stand

Truck line students join together to show their support for Florida shooting victims By Bailey Welshans Guns, flags, hateful comments, and more uproar. Dexter High School had it all Wednesday morning. At 10 AM this morning, students walked out of Dexter High School for 17 minutes in remembrance of the students who were killed during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School school shooting in Parkland, Florida. However, many feel it turned into much more.