Loitering or Causing Disturbance
Any person is guilty of loitering on school grounds when he/she remains in or about a school building or grounds, without any relationship involving custody of or responsibility for a student or any other license or privilege to be there. For this reason it is required that all visitors register in the office of the Principal when school is in session. Staff members should be alert to the presence of unauthorized visitors and report their presence to the Principal promptly.
Legal Reference: Connecticut General Statutes:
53a-185 Loitering in or about school grounds; Class C misdemeanor
Adopted: October 19, 1987
Reviewed: December 5, 2006