Quadrangle Bill

Sponsored by LHS Student-Faculty Senate, passed on in 1988

Recently by the same author:

Revised Senate Attendance Bill

Students may utilize the quadrangle immediately surrounding the flagpole for quiet gathering, which shall not include games or game-playing of any sort. This area shall be open to all students during lunch blocks, but shall not initially be a designated eating area. This area will be monitored by faculty to insure appropriate behavior. On the first school day of every month, and on or around the 15th of every month, a sub-committee appointed by the moderator shall report its impressions about student use of this area to the principal. The committee may recommend that the area be closed, that the area be opened, excluding eating privileges, or that the area be opened, including eating privileges. The principal shall be empowered to determine which option will be exercised.