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Protest at Palm Desert High School forces lockout on campus

A call from the Palm Desert High School Assistant Principal went out around 11:30 am alerting parents that a student protest has forced school officials to call a lockout on campus.

A lockout means no visitors on campus at this time.

Desert Sand Unified Spokeswoman Mary Perry says "approximately 100 students peacefully walked to the quad as a protest regarding Roe v Wade."

The protest lasted one hour.

The students notified the school prior to going to the quad area of the High School to peacefully protest.

All Students are now back in the classroom.

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Rich Tarpening


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