A school is made up of the students, teachers, and it's specific standards set for things like discipline, students acceptance into college rates, graduation rates, and an healthy environment. I suppose it's not the school's fault if most of the students that attend are lacking in respect and discipline, or the care and guidance of teachers or adults. I suppose it's natural for teachers and administration to get frustrated and develop a lack of respect towards the students as well. My only suggestion is that students and teachers both try on their parts to improve their relationships, as well as develop a sense of care for the purpose of school, which is education and a pathway towards their goals in life. There must be a set of rules and discipline, as well as consequences and clear efforts to make sure certain things don't happen again. In order to introduce the concept of school spirit and the nation of a school, all students must be able to respect, interact, and have faith in one another; this also includes the teachers. People shouldn't have to feel shunned like outcasts, or be subject to racial harassment and stereotypes. Students shouldn't have to walk down hallways walking quickly and keeping heads low, always fearing of being called out and verbally harassed. Speaking of hallways, remember before we reached high school we had to always walk on the right side? Whatever happened to that; what was the whole purpose of that if everyone could just walk wherever they want, stop right in the middle of the hallway with their friends, or make out with their current dating partners and cause a stream of thick traffic?