Read the “Klump v. Nazareth Area School District” court case and read the facts of that case carefully. Pay special attention to the Nazareth Area High School’s cell phone policy as outlined in the court case.
https://helios.flipswitch.com/CourseContent/pages/2017/p3129c61school_cell_phone_policy.html (School cell policy article)
(Klump v. Nazareth Area School District Article)
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