Paris Attacks: Student & Teacher Responses

Paris Attacks: Student & Teacher Responses

Chastity Frazier

Staff Writer

On Friday, November 13th, Paris was Bombed by ISIS, here is what the students and faculty of Keller High think on the subject:

“It’s hard to understand, but it’s tragic.” – Lauren, 10th

“It’s a sad deal.”-  Emmett, 12th

“It was a terrible, awful thing that happened. When it happened, my husband and I were glued to the TV, it is terrible.” – Mrs. Fields

“We are living in difficult times, people are not nice. It’s a messed up world we live in.” – Officer Fejes

“It’s kind of like 9/11 all over again, but the support we give off to those in need is good.” – Jake, 11th

“Things like this keep happening, it’s not even a surprise anymore, it is all just really bad. “ – Michael, 10th

“It is unfortunate, but I don’t think it’s okay to target innocent Muslims.” – Amber, 11th

“I don’t know much, but I think it’s ridiculous.” – Connor, 9th

“If you let those type of people in your country then you should expect events like the Paris attacks to happen.” – Jack, 9th

“It is all very sad, I feel bad for the refugees, so many people are suffering, and most people just sit on the sidelines and watch.” – Mrs. McLaughlin

“It’s an awful tragedy. It’s 2015 and we are still dealing with terror, but I have hope for the future that one day the world will be rid of terrorism.” – Mr. Vogel

“The whole world should pray and focus on the strength that we build through these hard times.” – Amir, 9th

“We really are all in this together.” – Mina, 9th

“It’s tragic, where we end up. Living in a world full of hate is terrible, but we always rise against [these things].”   – Coach Clark

“I’m really bothered by all the evil and hate we have in our world. Things like this happen all the time, it’s not even a surprise anymore, it’s just a disappointment. One day, hopefully, things will change.” – Coach Bundy