Do you know there is a whole set of rules, regulations, guidelines, etc. that apply to almost anyone connected in any way with the school district? If you looked at the Board Policies and thought "Federal Government, move over", wait 'til you start reading the Administrative Rules, referred to as AR something-or-other.
When you have insomnia some night, you'll want to start learning them. Or maybe you won't. I'm not even sure where to find them on the District's website. Or IF you can find them there.
It's a little like driving into a small town where the 15MPH Speed Limit sign has been knocked down, and you get pulled over by Gomer Pyle and he tickets you for speeding.
Here is the section that interested me:
“No Trespass” NoticesDistrict and school administrators, after school or after hours program managers, district security and safety staff, school resource officers or other on-duty, or extra-duty law enforcement officers assigned to work at a school or event may issue a verbal or written “no trespass” notice for the school facility, delay the entry of a person for cause, or ask for the removal any such individual as necessary. On-duty law enforcement officers patrolling a school campus after-hours may also issue a “no trespass” notice to individuals who are not in compliance with a school’s “no trespass” sign or rules, are causing a disturbance, or are not in compliance with a local law while on school property.
I was immediately interested in the wording that allows a designated person to issue a notice "for the school facility..."
Clearly that means "the" facility where a violation (not necessarily a "crime") occurred. The AR does not say that the notice can be issued for all school "properties, facilities, campuses and buildings". It reads "property".That's singular.
So I have filed another Complaint against Marq Claxton for misapplying the AR and have requested that the Trespass Notice to me be rescinded and that all erroneous notices currently in effect be canceled.
Further, the AR does not guide the authorized person about the period of time for the Notice. Therefore, it is vague, indefinite, indeterminate, unclear and unenforceable, because all Notices seem to be issued for the remainder of the School Year.