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TONIGHT at 12:05 am ET/11:05 CT... as cases of COVID19 rise in the US, we're following schools reopening in Georgia, Florida, Oklahoma and Arizona. @Nightline  co-anchor @byronpitts  with one student voicing concerns over a lack of social-distancing at school. PHOTO: Hannah Watters

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Hannah Watters, the 15-year-old Georgia high school student who was suspended for sharing photos of packed hallways at her school, said on Friday that her suspension had been "deleted." “To everyone supporting me, I can’t thank you enough,” she tweeted.

Hannah Watters, 15, who was suspended from school for a photo of a crowded hallway that went viral, says she is now being allowed back in class.

Hannah Watters, 15, who was suspended from school for a photo of a crowded hallway that went viral, says she is now being allowed back in class.

Hannah Watters, the 15-year-old North Paulding High School student whose photo of a packed hallway on Tuesday generated headlines across the country, said on Twitter her suspension had been lifted.

Hannah Watters spoke to 11Alive's Natisha Lance last night before the suspension was canceled.

While 15-year-old Hannah Watters admits she broke the policy about posting images of students on social media, she doesn’t regret it and says she did it out of concern for the safety of the students, faculty and staff, as well as their loved ones.

Hannah Watters, the 15-year-old Georgia high school student who was suspended for sharing photos of packed hallways at her school, said on Friday that her suspension had been "deleted," writes The New York Times.

Hannah Watters said Thursday she was kicked out of school for socializing a photo of a crowded hallway. Her suspension has since been lifted.

A #Georgia  school district reversed a student's suspension over this viral crowded hallway photo. Earlier this week, 15-year-old Hannah Watters was suspended after posting a photo showing her school's packed hallways and most students not wearing #masks .

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Georgia school district won't enforce mask mandate, but it did suspend 15-year-old student Hannah Watters for five days for posting a picture on Twitter of a crowded hallway full of maskless students.

A 15-year-old student in Georgia was suspended after posting a photo of a crowded hallway at her school on social media. Hannah Watters says many students were not wearing masks. “I took it out of mostly concern and nervousness after seeing the first days of school.”

Her photo of a jam-packed Georgia high school hallway quickly went viral. Then sophomore Hannah Watters was told she was suspended for violating the school's code of conduct. As @GaryTuchmanCNN  reports, the next step was a call from the principal, with a surprising development.

A Georgia student who posted photo of a crowded school hallway and called it "good and necessary trouble" is no longer suspended. "I know what I'm doing is right. And I'm not only helping myself and the people at home, but I'm helping everyone around me," says Hannah Watters.

Hannah Watters, the 15-year-old Georgia high school student who was suspended for sharing photos of packed hallways at her school, said on Friday that her suspension had been "deleted." “To everyone supporting me, I can’t thank you enough,” she tweeted.

Her photo of a jam-packed Georgia high school hallway quickly went viral. Then sophomore Hannah Watters was told she was suspended for violating the school's code of conduct. The next step was a call from the principal, with a surprising development.

A 15-year-old student in Georgia was suspended after posting a photo of a crowded hallway at her school on social media. Hannah Watters says many students were not wearing masks. “I took it out of mostly concern and nervousness after seeing the first days of school.”

“A 15-year-old student at North Paulding, Hannah Watters, was suspended for five days for posting images of the crowded hallways on Twitter, according to her mother, Lynne Watters, who said she filed a grievance with the school on Thursday morning.”

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