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Dr. Nancy Graham, principal at Naples High School, thanks the school's students for holding an organized, civilized protest Thursday.

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Dr. Nancy Graham, principal at Naples High School, thanks the school's students for holding an organized, civilized protest Thursday.

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  • Students at Palmetto Ridge High School held a protest Thursday morning in an effort to draw attention to the high school scheduling issue. Four Palmetto Ridge High School students were arrested this morning following a sit-in at the school.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. today.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. today.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. today.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. today.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. today.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. today.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. today.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. today.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. today.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. today.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. today.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. today.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. Wednesday, February 20, 2008.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. Wednesday, February 20, 2008.
  • Hundreds of Gulf Coast High School students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged a sit-in at the school’s courtyard about 9 a.m. today.
  • Students at Palmetto Ridge High School held a protest Thursday morning in an effort to draw attention to the high school scheduling issue. Four Palmetto Ridge High School students were arrested this morning following a sit-in at the school.
  • Students at Palmetto Ridge High School held a protest Thursday morning in an effort to draw attention to the high school scheduling issue. Four Palmetto Ridge High School students were arrested this morning following a sit-in at the school.
  • Students at Palmetto Ridge High School held a protest Thursday morning in an effort to draw attention to the high school scheduling issue. Four Palmetto Ridge High School students were arrested this morning following a sit-in at the school.
  • Students at Palmetto Ridge High School held a protest Thursday morning in an effort to draw attention to the high school scheduling issue. Four Palmetto Ridge High School students were arrested this morning following a sit-in at the school.
  • Students at Palmetto Ridge High School held a protest Thursday morning in an effort to draw attention to the high school scheduling issue. Four Palmetto Ridge High School students were arrested this morning following a sit-in at the school.
  • Naples High School students held protests Thursday morning in an effort to draw attention to the high school scheduling issue.
  • Naples High School students leave the school's football stadiums after protesting the proposed change to high school class schedules.
  • Naples High School students leave the school's football stadiums after protesting the proposed change to high school class schedules.
  • Naples High School students leave the school's football stadiums after protesting the proposed change to high school class schedules.
  • Naples High School students leave the school's football stadiums after protesting the proposed change to high school class schedules.
  • An estimated 500 to 600 Naples High School students filled the school's football stadiums to protest the proposed change to high school class schedules.
  • An estimated 500 to 600 Naples High School students filled the school's football stadiums to protest the proposed change to high school class schedules.
  • Dr. Nancy Graham, principal at Naples High School, thanks the school's students for holding an organized, civilized protest Thursday.

Hundreds of Collier County high school students unhappy about a possible change to the high school schedule staged protests and sit-in at Gulf Coast High, Naples, Lely and Palmetto Ridge high schools on February 20 and 21, 2008.

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