(1) Each public K-12 student must remain in attendance throughout the school year,
unless excused by the school for illness or other good cause, and must comply fully
with the school's code of conduct.
(2) The parent of each public K-12 student must cooperate with the authority of the
student's district school board, superintendent, principal, teachers, and school bus
drivers, according to ss. 1003.31 and 1003.32, to remove the student from the classroom and the school bus and, when appropriate
and available, to place the student in an alternative educational setting, if the
student is disobedient, disrespectful, violent, abusive, uncontrollable, or disruptive.
(3) It is the goal of the Legislature and each district school board that the parent
of each public K-12 student comply with the school's reasonable and time-acceptable
parental involvement requests.
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