TWIN FALLS, IDAHO (KMVT-TV) About 15 students staged a sit–in at Twin Falls High School after class got out on Thursday. Some felt the earlier walk out's where too disruptive.
Antigony Jefferies a Twin Falls High senior said "basically showed the public that, hey we don't want to be in school. This, if more people would show up, would show hey we're willing to take time out of our personal time to protest this."
Students sat down with pen and paper and started writing letters to their legislators with concerns about the future of education in the Gem state.
Sit-in organizer Hunter McFarland said "I feel like out teachers are the biggest part of why we're here, they help all of us everyday. i feel like the not having a voice any more is hurting us as well."
In a handout composed by the students it asks " do you guys really know what you are protesting against?"
McFarland says "i feel like the majority of teenagers probably don't and they shouldn't protest before they know what’s going on."
Some of the students were not entirely against Luna's proposals.
Blake Oler, a sophomore said "I’m not 100 percent apposed to his plans some of the bill could be agreed with some of it is not."