A Geraldton high school principal is concerned excessive drinking by students is affecting their performance in the classroom.
Nagle Catholic College principal Declan Tanham said the college was concerned some students were attending school hungover and could not perform to their full capacity.
“Some students come to school with hangovers and are unable to participate fully in their lessons,” he said.Full story in today’s print edition
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