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got caught. Many high school cheerleaders, even some football players,
were there painting green paw prints on the red eagles turf, but only Beth
was transferred to alternative school -- that was more a jail than a school.
This is a story of what you learn when you try to fight city hall. It makes
you thankful that you go to school in a district where football fever doesn't
overtake the school to such an extent that sports heroes are protected
while scapegoats are allowed to take the blame and punishment.
School vandalism -- Fiction.
Civil rights -- Fiction.
High schools -- Fiction.
Schools -- Fiction.
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