Manchester Central High’s John Rist, back in charge, wipes slate clean for some
Rist said the gesture, which does not apply to students facing the more serious Saturday detentions, was done to wipe the slate clean and start fresh. He took over the reins of Central on Monday, after the abrupt resignation of Ron Mailhot last month.
Detention is a 45-minute period after the school day dismissal. A student can be put in detention for tardiness, being fresh to a teacher, throwing garbage on the floor or not obeying a teacher or administrator, Rist said.
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