NEW YORK, NY — When West High school reopened last year, the girls and boys of West High were told that they could not leave the school without their parents’ permission.
The new school year started on Friday, but that’s not the end of it.
The girls and women at West High are still being asked to sign a waiver to remain at the school for the duration of the school year.
West High officials are saying the waiver is for the safety of the girls, and not for any other purpose.
The waiver was put up by West’s school board on Friday morning.
They say the school district is not giving permission to the girls to leave.
The waiver says that there is a risk of harm if the girls leave, but it does not say how much harm.
West is in the New York City borough of Queens.
It has more than 800 students.
The New York Daily News spoke with a few students and teachers who have been at West for many years.
We spoke to a few of the parents who signed the waiver and to one of the principals who has worked with the school over the years.
The waivers are for the protection of the students.
And we have no reason to think that there are any danger to the students at West, even though we do believe in a lot of the things they say and what they believe, they say they are doing this to protect their children, and that is true.
They are doing it because they want to protect our children and our community.
We also talked to the school board members and they have been working really hard to make sure that this is the safest place for the students to be, and they are really trying to make it as safe as possible for the children and the teachers and the community to continue to be protected.
This is a really difficult situation to find a way to get people to sign, to sign for West.
There is so much misinformation out there and so much fear that we just don’t want to be associated with it.
We just don and we are not going to be.
We will be there to support them, and if it is necessary we will go back to school and we will support them.
It’s just a different day for them.
I was not there when this started.
I was in a meeting at the end, and the principal called me to go over the waiver.
She was like, “We’re here for you, but please don’t sign it.
Please, please don�t sign it.”
She just took me to the board office and said, “I’m not going back to West.
I have a lot to talk to you about.
We have a very serious safety issue that we need to talk about.”
It’s just one of those things where I think it�s a little scary.
But I just feel like it is the right thing to do, and I think the district is doing it to make West safe and safe for the kids.
It is something that is a little bit out of their control.
I just don�ts think that they need to worry about that.
I don�T think they need that to worry.
It�s just a little concern.
I think they can handle it.
I can tell you right now, there is not a danger.
The school district has not had a single injury in the building.
It does not look like it was ever a threat.
The doors have never been kicked in.
I never saw any students or teachers get hit.
It was just a very calm, safe school.
We are not there to get out of the agreement, but the parents are there to help, and we do want to support our students, so we are going to support the students and we have to support all the parents, and make sure they are okay.
We just want them to have a safe environment.
We want to make them feel comfortable, and so far it has been very successful.