Stephen A. Frye
s.frye at VERIZON.NET
Mon May 12 16:29:42 MDT 2003
> Plenty! The school does have the authority to establish what sort
> of behavior the students are expected to utilize during interaction with
> schoolmates - whether on or off campus.
Where do they get that authority? I am unclear as to exactly what gives
the schools authority to regulate students' behavior off hours and off campus.
> Not at all. It has the authority to dictate what it expects from
> the enrollment as far as interaction, personal conduct
On Campus - yes. Off hours and away? What gives them that authority?
>(suppose one of them stole a car? The school would have the authority to
why? That's a civil matter, not a school matter.
> even a dress code (when on school grounds).
"on school grounds" - Totally different situation.
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