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Student enacting constitutional rights is suspended for insubordination. I dont think taking a picture of you and your friend by the locker after class is a justifiable reason for the school to confiscate my childs phone for 14 days, because she chose not to allow illegal seizure she is being suspended for 3 days! She was not disrupting class. Yet she was charged with insubordination. This was my response to the Coordinator of Student SERVICES APPEALING THE SUSPENSION.I am appealing my daughters suspension on the grounds that she was simply enacting her 4th amendment constitutional rights. Primarily she is not legally obligated to surrender a device under duress voluntarily that she does not have ownership or be forced to surrender the device due to illegal seizure. I spoke to the principal about my device not being taken due to the fact that I am the owner of said device and as the owner am not subjected to having it confiscated for any length of time and I was not allowing my daughter to relinquish it since she is not the owner. The policy also states that the school official can confiscate the device if the device causes a disruption to the school. She took a picture of her and her friend after class so she was not involved in a disruption of school. Legally as the owner of said device based on SC law 59-73-280. If the policy includes confiscation of a paging device, as defined in subsection (A), it should also provide for the return of the device to the owner. I am the owner and was taking possession of my device by coming to the school to take it from the premises. My daughter was suspended for insubordination because of my decision to legally retrieve my device and came to the school and retrieve it. She should not have been suspended for insubordination because me as the owner chose not to turn over my device to the school but instead chose to come and pick it up. I am anticipating a quick response to this situation since I seem to be the only one concerned about my daughters constitutional rights and her education. Students not being able to have their phones on in my opinion violates your first amendment rights and it is a public place so there should be no expectation of privacy. So students should be able to film teachers and class room lecture. Public officials are entrusted with the power of the state are ultimately accountable to the public. When they exercise that power in public ie a Public School, they should not expect their actions to be shielded from public observation. Photography or videography that has a communicative or expressive purpose enjoys some First Amendment protection which means students should not have to turn them off. The Supreme court has already ruled that filming in public is protected under the first amendment. I received and email from the school that said the Hearing Officer will consider all testimony and evidence and will then render a decision in writing within 10 days of hearing the appeal. THIS IS MY RESPONSE TO THE SCHOOL DISTRICT WHO HAS NO INTEREST IN MY DAUGHTERS RIGHTS OR HER EDUCATION SUGGESTION OF AN APPEALS HEARING THAT IS CLEARLY NOT UNBIASED. Mr Skelton, The fact that I will not be able to appeal the schools suspension decision and receive the result in a timely resolution to my daughters involuntary suspension from Dacusville Middle School before the suspension has reached completion has led to my decision to choose a different venue to express my appeal and displeasure with the schools policy decisions . It is clear that these hearings are set up to placate parents into believing that the school Officials are being neutral by hiring a retired judge. I will not be going to your so called hearing. It is pointless and not in the spirit of my intent but a mockery of not only a real court but of the concept of the right to appeal. In addition the fact that there has already been a miscarriage of justice by having her constitutional rights infringed and to wait for ten days to hear back from a judge who is no longer seated is not my idea of appealing the decision in which seemingly enough comes well after the end of the completion of the 3 days and longer than the entire suspension. It is obvious that this is merely for show to make it look like we have a choice. Unfortunately I am not interested in being part of the school play. Thank You. WELL IT LOOKS LIKE MAYBE I NEED TO EDUCATE THE SCHOOL ON WHAT A COURT IS SUPPOSED TO BE NOT A RETIRED JUDGE LIKE JUDGE JUDY MAKING A POINTLESS DECISION!!!! TIME FOR AN ATTORNEY!!!!
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Some Connecticut students and parents are calling for a rule change after transgender teens dominated at the high school state track and field competition. Terry Miller, who was born a male but identifies as a female, came in first place twice during the June 4 meet, running the 100-meter dash in 11.72 seconds and the 200-meter dash in 24.17 seconds. Another male-to-female transgender athlete, Andraya Yearwood, finished in second place in the 100-meter event. Now, Bianca Stanescu, whose daughter Selina Soule finished in sixth place in the 100-meter race, is circulating a petition calling on the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) to change its gender policy. http://insider.foxnews.com/2018/06/15/parents-petition-policy-change-after-transgender-athletes-dominate-high-school-track-meet