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    Posted May 27, 2014 by
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    Graduation....What would you do?

    My daughter informed today that another senior will not be allowed to walk at graduation due to being drunk at the senior prom, this past Thursday.
    This girl was so intoxicated, she was approached by chaperons within 5 minutes of her arriving at the venue.
    They asked her to leave once it was confirmed she arrived via limo and was not driving.
    She refused, most likely due to drunkenness.
    Had she left it would have most likely ended there.
    Since she refused, the venue called the local police.
    They escorted her out and performed a breathalyzer which confirmed she was drunk.
    Her parents were called and they had to pick her up at the police station.
    Upon her return to school today, she was suspended and told she will not be allowed to walk at graduation.
    Her parents have contacted their lawyer.
    They will most likely strong arm the school to allow her to walk.
    I have known this young lady since she was 10. She has always been polite and kind to both adults and peers in my presence.
    All the seniors and parents signed a contract before the prom. The contract specifically lays out the consequence for coming to the prom under the influence will lead to suspension and you lose the right to walk at graduation.
    In a separate incident a male student showed up drunk at the Lacrosse playoffs this Saturday and was also suspended and will not walk at graduation.
    I was wondering what you would do if it was your child?
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