Paragraph Perspectives | No Photos Allowed

JJ Speights, Staff Writer

Editor’s Note: This story is part of a series called “Paragraph Perspectives.” Each post will be a perspective on something seen, done or noticed by a staffer, all written in one paragraph. Want to contribute? Email [email protected] or see Isabel Hanewicz in room 112 during 4th, 6th or 7th periods.
I had a field trip to the technical center on January 30th, last Friday. There was so many interesting activities going on at that place and I wanted to take photos for Journalism. However, one of the administrators from the technical school said, “No electronic devices and no pictures during the tour.” I told them that I was doing this for the Robinson journalism class but they still said, “No electronic devices or photos.” I don’t understand why I can’t take photos. It’s not like I’m going to hurt someone there. I was pretty upset and I really wanted to take photos of that field trip so badly so I can get a good grade in class and show how diligent I am. I hope on the next field trip, I’ll have the privilege to take some photos for the class.