Student traffic in the hallways and how it can be helped
Traffic a word we all dislike and something we all have to deal with where it's on the road, at our local Walmart, or even at our hallways.Now imagine this you're driving to a party,movie theaters or your job and suddenly when you turn the corner there's a bunch of cars just parked in the middle of the road or maybe there's a car speeding extremely fast now imagine this the traffic you just imagine is the traffic at school.All of those who abide by the laws of the road must abide by the rules of the hallways as well.
“Attend all your classes,regularly and on time”students are expected to go to class and learn to get their education, students are given a 6 minutes interval between classes and whenever students use that interval or not is up to them.Although that is so an increase of students are beginning to block the flow of traffic doing so can cause students to run in the hallways causing a danger to students as they may run into someone.
Another problem is the flow of traffic “horrible people keep stopping in the middle of the hallways”said student Jose Carrillo.Most people wouldn’t stop in the middle of the road but an increase number of students do so if students are able to move to a section where it would not disturb the flow of traffic some students wouldn't have to change directions or move around them as that disturbs one of the rules most students know “keep to the right side of the hallway”.
Lastly there's a problem many students do but don't know that it's a rule their braking the use of profanity.”Students shall not use profanity or vulgar language”Now on the other hand others may argue that its not breaking the rules to curse,stop in the middle of the hallway or even walk slowly but the student code of conduct states that students should not do these things as it states in the student conduct “to treat others with courtesy and respect”.
In conclusion if students are able to follow the rules they will be able to get to their destination if you wouldn't do it on the road why do it in the hallways.