By AUVION BRADSHAW, Administration Beat Reporter
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (SCPDA) – Stanton College Preparatory School authorities find alternative consequences for fellow students to get back their confiscated electronic devices while on school campus.
Under school policy, any electronic device taken away must be turned into administration and can only be retrieved by a parental guardian with proper identification.
Roughly, ten electronic items are confiscated per week in which Stanton security officer Johnny Lewis offers an alternate process for kids to earn their appliances back; Trash duty.
“They get themselves caught,” said Mr. Lewis.
Mr. Lewis admitted that repeat offenders constantly give him a hard time.
Several students established this method of lunch duty as far more tolerable versus getting their parental guardian(s) involved.
“I rather do something that takes 10 minutes long rather than to get administration caught up,” said freshman Warren Butler.
This substitute method of punishment has been applied to additional conditions such as dress code violations and those of the like.