[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Monroe 7-1-1968 (Ch. 86 of the 1976 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
In order to protect the health, safety and welfare of schoolchildren as well as for the protection of school property, the following rules of conduct shall apply to all public school property within the Town of Monroe.
There shall be no carrying or shooting of any firearms, including but not limited to rifles, handguns, bows and arrows and air guns, by anyone other than a duly authorized law enforcement officer, nor displaying of any fireworks unless authorized as a public display upon approval of the Board of Education.
There shall be no golfing, model airplane flying or go-cart or similar vehicle driving or racing unless approved by the Board of Education.
There shall be no soliciting, selling, promoting, advertising, displaying or distributing of pictures, printed material or articles to students that have not received the approval of the Superintendent of Schools in or about school property.
Further, no person or persons, without permission or legitimate purpose, shall idle or loiter upon such property after they have been commanded by any police officer or person in charge of school-owned property to quit such property.
There shall be a copy of this chapter posted conspicuously on all public school property.