Posted by Opie2 on November 15, 2017, 5:53 pm, in reply to "Re: District 9"
Internet legal search yielded this. It's not specific to Illinois so I don't know if Illinois is included. If so, it would appear the suspension was due in part to this incident.
Discipline Policies for Off-Campus Conduct Many states have extended their discipline policies to cover student conduct off campus or after school hours. Almost every school has the power to discipline students for off-campus conduct that directly interferes with the learning process, such as cheating on homework. Additionally, on-campus behavior continued after school hours -- such as bullying after school -- or off-campus conduct done in retaliation for on-campus activities -- students fighting in a park, for instance -- can result in an on-campus discipline proceeding.