School responsibility for students
When does the school accept responsibility for students? When they leave home or when they get to school? Is it the law?
Montana law provides that a student is subject to the control and authority of the school once the student leaves her or his house on the way to school.
"A pupil shall: (a) comply with the policies of the trustees and the rules of the school that the pupil attends; (b) pursue the required course of instruction; (c) submit to the authority of the teachers, principal, and district superintendent of the district; and (d) be subject to the control and authority of the teachers, principal, and district superintendent while the pupil is in school or on school premises, on the way to and from school, or during intermission or recess." Mont. Code Ann. §20-5-201(d)
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