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Old 10-19-2012, 11:28   #6
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Originally Posted by Bren View Post
The distinction gets a little fuzzy when the students are at a school event wearing the school's uniforms.
Not really.

They = the cheerleaders.

1. They pay for the uniforms, not the school.
2. The school does not transport them to any games.
3. They paid for all of the materials for the signs.

The school is not out a dime. It truly is a 1st amendment situation. Legally it is no different than if a parent or a totally uninvolved person put up a sign that does not damage any school property and is not even semi-permanent.

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