Schools promise no violence in orientation program
Tue, Jul 20, 2010
The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network

JAKARTA - High schools began Monday their three-day orientation program for fresh students, promising that there would be no act of violence.

Tempointeraktif.com reported that teachers in Senior High School SMA 16 Jakarta organized the orientation to avoid violence from seniors to new students.

"The student association, and second and third year students only assist the teachers," Sutaryo, the school vice principal, said.

Meanwhile, kompas.com reported that Senior High School SMA 70 held a ceremony to begin its orientation program.

The new students were not required to wear accessories except their uniforms.






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