I tried to leave my school because I forgot something at home and called my parents who said yes and my school decided not to let me. They just said i can't leave and need to just get what I need after school. I told them it would be so much easier for me if I grab what I need from home now and that they should let me because my parents said yes. My principal still refused and was rude to me and told me to never ask again.
You are in the care of the principal and Scholl when untrusted to them. In my opinion the principal’s decision rules in the situation described.
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