ARTICLE VIII. OFFENSES ON SCHOOL GROUNDS
Sec. 11-351. Definitions.
For purposes of this article the term "school" means any preelementary, elementary (grades K--6), secondary (grades 7--12) school, any college or combination thereof; and the term "principal" means any principal of any elementary or secondary school or the chief administrative officer of any elementary or secondary school or college.
Cross references: Definitions and rules of construction generally, § 1-2.
Sec. 11-352. Admission restricted.
No person who is not a regularly enrolled student or parent or guardian thereof or a school official, teacher or other public or school employee shall enter or trespass upon or loiter in or upon any public, private or parochial school building or school property in the city for any reason whatever unless such person has received written permission from the principal or other person designated by the principal to be in or upon or to remain in or upon such public, private or parochial school building or school property; provided, however, that such written permission need not be secured by persons engaging in or attending a school or recreation board authorized activity or by persons using school playground or playground equipment after school hours or when school is not in session unless such entry or use shall have been otherwise prohibited by a rule or regulation of the school board, school principal or other person, board or committee with the authority to prohibit such use or entry.
State law references: Trespassing, MCL 750.546 et seq., MSA 28.814 et seq.
Sec. 11-353. Disturbing schools.
No person shall willfully or maliciously make or assist in making any noise, disturbance or improper diversion by which the peace, quietude, or good order of any public, private or parochial school is disturbed.
State law references: Disturbing public places, MCL 750.170, MSA 28.367.
Sec. 11-354. Duty of person creating disturbance to leave premises.
Any person, whether lawfully or unlawfully in or upon any public, private or parochial school building or school property who is found to be creating a disturbance in or upon any such school building or property shall leave immediately when so directed by the principal or by any other person designated by the principal.
State law references: Disturbing public places, MCL 750.170.