I just finished watching "The Fab Five: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal" (based on a true story). I know our HS policy was if you were caught drinking, you were suspended for about a week, transferred to another school (parents had to arrange transportation) and couldn't do any extra-curricular activities. The parents were mortified and supported the school. Have things changed so much in 30 years that the students run the asylum?
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