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    Question: Can a student be suspended from school and bus privileges for accidentally lighting a match on the bus? What if the student puts the match out and admits doing it?

    Answer: The questions that you asked are covered by your school district policy. Each school district in the state has policies that explain appropriate conduct for students on busses and on school grounds. The policies also outline the consequences for breaking the rules. If you want to learn more about your school or school district policies, you can contact your school principal.

    6 thru 10 of 18 comments     1  [ 2 ]  3   4    
    On 02/14/04
    Anonymous from NC said:
    Just another look at how the world really is. Matches can be a threat though.
    On 02/02/04
    Will from IL said:
    I don't think you can really 'accidently' light a match on a bus. Besides, why would you even have matches in your hand on a bus!? I think you should be suspended, but not expelled, for something like that. It's very dangerous!
    On 05/15/03
    sdfjksa hg from CA said:
    whoever suspended you must of been really stupid because it is innocent until proven guilty. you could of called in a police officer and make the principal look really really stupid.
    On 07/18/02
    Dan A from Othe said:
    I am kid myself, and I was suspended for 2 days for something I didnt even do! I got accused of setting off the fire bell by another student. Because I couldnt prove I didnt do it I got suspended. Later they found out it wasnt me. But I still felt guilty for some reason. Suspension shouldnt be used unless theres nothing else they can do. I mean it would of been diffrent if the kid had set fire to something on the bus. But for what he did about a 2 day ban from the bus at the very most!
    On 07/02/02
    Nicholas C. from AZ said:
    yes itis fair
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