Hazing

Dennis Putnam dap1 at MINDSPRING.COM
Tue May 13 19:28:36 MDT 2003


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At 10:21 PM 5/12/2003 -0700, you wrote:
>Here's the problem I have with the school being involved.  If they have the
>authority to regulate student's activities outside of school or a school
>sanctioned event, think about what they could do.  Assume that your
>neighborhood high school had a gun club that was discontinued due to P.C.
>pressure.  The students might decide to continue the club on their own.  To
>this end they would meet with their parents' blessing at the nearby firing
>range.  The Principal could then say that he was suspending the students
>and recommending that the school board expel them because they were
>violating a school rule that says students can't have guns or fire them.  SNIP

Yep. And it has happened. Such a situation occurred in Ridgecrest, KA about
5 years ago. Although that it was in KA probably can be considered a weak
connection to your point. Some parents solved the problem by enrolling
their children in private school or home schooled.
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