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    Re: Qestion about "in loco parentis"(sp?)
    Posted by: ILadmin on 11/22/11
    (4) Comments

    The immunity mentioned is not very broad but generally very narrowly
    construed. In our State three prongs have to be present for ILP
    immunity to be applicable.

    Provided that the situation falls under ILP immunity many states have
    specific laws pertaining to corporal punishment.

    Private school rules are a completely different story and are
    shielded even more so from school law.

    On 11/10/11, op wrote:
    > sorry about the typo.....
    >
    > I know that in public schools, we are imune to "assault on
    > a minor." However, I just learned that in a private
    > school, the head coach PAD_D_LED boys for not being clean
    > shaven. Can he be charged????
    >
    > On 10/18/11, Zodea wrote:
    >> I'm sorry... what was the question? That did make any sense.
    >> I think you left out a verb or three.
    >>
    >> On 10/16/11, regular wrote:
    >>> I know that in public schools, we are imune to "assault on
    >>> a minor." However, I just learned that in a private
    >>> school, the head coach was boys for not being clean
    >>> shaven. Can he be charged????


    Posts on this thread, including this one

  • Qestion about "in loco parentis"(sp?), 10/16/11, by regular.
  • Re: Qestion about "in loco parentis"(sp?), 10/18/11, by Zodea.
  • Re: Qestion about "in loco parentis"(sp?), 11/10/11, by op.
  • Re: Qestion about "in loco parentis"(sp?), 11/22/11, by ILadmin.