School access: can my child's school prevent me from visiting?

Can a public school prevent a parent from entering school grounds when the parent has a child attending that school?

In the absence of a court order prohibiting a parent from coming on school grounds or having contact with his or her child, schools generally allow parents to visit during the day if they have a proper purpose, according to attorney Cheryl Gill. However, schools do have the right to establish rules about who can and cannot come onto school grounds, particularly as needed to secure the safety of the students and school system.

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