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Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
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Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation

Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
Glendale Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Winfred B. Roberson, Jr. stands at the entrance to the GUSD board room while many Hoover High School students stream in and gather on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
Hoover High School students gather in the GUSD board room on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
Glenoaks Boulevard is stopped by Glendale Police and about about 150 Hoover High School students protesters on a march after walking out of Hoover High School to protest on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
About 150 Hoover High School students squeeze onto a narrow sidewalk crossing a spillway along Pacific Avenue while on a protest march on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
About 150 Hoover High School students cross Pacific Avenue onto Burchett Street after walking out of Hoover High school for a protest march on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
About 150 Hoover High School students arrive at Glendale Unified School District headquarters on a protest march on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
A student carries a protest sign, with a reference to BGD (Beat Glendale Day) with about 150 Hoover High School students walking along Stocker Street in Glendale on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
A Hoover High School student carries his statistics math book while walking with about 150 Hoover High School students on Stocker Street in Glendale on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation

Hoover High School student leaders Evelyn Moratian, 17, and Britney Moreno, 17, start the meeting with initial comments to frame the issues that about 150 Hoover students are asking in GUSD headquarters on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled.

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
Glendale Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Winfred B. Roberson, Jr. begins to address concerns to about 150 Hoover High School students who gathered at GUSD headquarters for a walkout protest on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
Hoover High School Principal Jennifer Earl talks with about 150 members of the Hoover student body who gathered at GUSD headquarters after walking out of school and marching on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
Glendale Unified School District President Gregory Krikorian reacts after Hoover High School student protesters “boo” his introduction in GUSD headquarters on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
Hoover students applaud after hearing there grievances be heard in GUSD headquarters on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
Hoover High School Principal Jennifer Earl welcomes Hoover students to GUSD headquarters where the students protest march ended on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
About 150 Hoover High School students cross Glenoaks Blvd. on a protest march on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
Elizabeth Ghazanchian, 16, has a brief discussion with Glendale Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Winfred B. Roberson, Jr. at the conclusion of a Hoover High School student protest that started at Hoover High and ended at GUSD headquarters on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
The steps of Hoover High School where about 150 Hoover High School students gather before walking out of school on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High continued through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
A Hoover High School employee on the third floor of the high school watches about 150 Hoover High School students gather on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
About 150 Hoover High School students begin their walkout on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
A line of about 150 Hoover High School students on a protest march block traffic on Concord Street as the cross onto Stocker Street on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
A crossing guard, in a steady stream of Hoover High School students who had just walked out of school, holds up traffic as they cross Concord Street in Glendale on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
A line of about 150 Hoover High School students begin crossing Stocker Street on a protest walkout on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
About 150 Hoover High School students cross Palm Drive after walking out of school to protest on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
Glendale Unified School District President Gregory Krikorian is interviewed by many in the media in the GUSD where about 150 Hoover High School student protesters gathered on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Hoover High School student walkout protest march to GUSD headquarters for answers to homecoming football game cancellation
Many members of the media cover the discussion by GUSD school board members to about 150 Hoover High School student protesters who marched from their school to the GUSD headquarters on Monday, October 29, 2018. The march, which started at Hoover High through very busy Glendale streets under police escort to the Glendale Unified School District headquarters, was inspired to gain answers to why last Thursday’s homecoming game against Glendale High and later homecoming were cancelled. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
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