What's private and what's public in your child's school?
It's a contract between you and your child's school - by signing it you agree to its contents.
The Student Code of Conduct is a tool used by school boards to inform parents and students of what's to be expected and what will happen if expectations are not met.
But a policy at Romeo Elementary in Marion County has one parent concerned for her child's safety. She says the policy threw her for a loop.
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