As students are returning to school from the summer holidays, questions of distancing are at the forefront of people’s mind. Hannah Watters, a sophomore at North Paulding High School just outside Atlanta, was initially suspended from school after posting a picture of a crowded hallway. She put up the photo on social media and highlighted the lack of distancing and little use of masks. She wanted to share despite knowing that it was against school policy to post photos of students on social media. "I was concerned for the safety of everyone in that building and everyone in the county, because precautions that the CDC ... has been telling us for months now, weren't being followed," Hannah told CNN. Citing late U.S. civil rights legend Rep. John Lewis, she said, "I'd like to say this is some 'good and necessary trouble'." Hannah's suspension has been reversed, and the high school has since reported 9 cases of Covid-19 and will temporarily move to online learning.