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An administration-approved adult will sponsor all activities at school.  Children may not organize themselves into any club or group for any reason without the sponsorship or supervision of an administration-approved adult.  Children who participate in gang activity or gang-like activity will be suspended or expelled.  Gang activity may/will include inappropriate dress.  Gang activity will be defined as including, but not limited to, any behavior by a group of students that can be construed as intimidating or an actual threat to the safety of any child or to an orderly school environment.

Un adulto aprobado por la administración patrocinará todas las actividades en la escuela.  Los niños no pueden organizarse en ningún tipo de club o grupo por ninguna razón sin el patrocinio o la supervisión de un adulto aprobado por la administración.  Los niños que participan en actividades de pandilla o actividades parecidas a las de una pandilla serán suspendidos o expulsados.  Las actividades de pandilla pueden incluir la vestimenta inapropiada.  Las actividades de pandilla serán definidas, entre otras, como cualquier comportamiento por un grupo de estudiantes que puede ser interpretado como intimidación o una amenaza real a la seguridad de cualquier niño o al ambiente ordenado de la escuela.