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Cracking Down: The Importance of ID Enforcement at CHS

Photo credit: Madison Hernandez. Junior Naomi Ros poses with her ID.

As the second semester of the school year progresses, teachers and assistant  principals have been taking ID procedures more seriously.

“I have noticed that they have been more strict here with ID’s this semester,” junior Naomi Ros said.

Assistant principals have been standing at every entrance of the school ready to catch students without ID’s, sending them to the AP office to get temporary IDs.

“In a way, I think it’s a very safe thing to do, and just shows that the school cares,” junior Kaylee James said.

The school ensures the safety of their students, and prevents any catastrophes, like letting in an unauthorized individual. Some students believe the shooting in Iowa on January 4, 2024 is one of the reasons for stricter enforcement.

“One of my teachers has mentioned how the IDs help with safety after the news of what happened in Iowa spread around the media,”  junior Robert Arreola said.

  Students who are currently enrolled can be easily identified from those who are not simply by wearing their ID’s.

“I always wear my ID here at Champion High School, to let staff know that I shuttle here and I’m not enrolled here,” junior Julissa Reyna said, who attends Boerne High School.

School ID cards also ensure that all individuals on campus have been clearly identified and are accounted for. If a fight or disagreement ever breaks out, visitors will be easily identified right away and can be held responsible for their actions. 

“In all honesty, even though sometimes it’s a hassle to get confronted for your ID not being on, I am grateful to see that the district cares about their students,” Ros said.

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Maddy Hernandez
Maddy Hernandez, Reporter
Maddy Hernandez is a Junior at Champion High School, and it's her third year here at Champion. This is her first year in newspaper and she is looking forward to taking pictures for the newspaper with her friends, being able to help manage our social media, and to create amazing and interesting stories for Charger Ink.   

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