Mustangs reminded of post-Homecoming rules

Katie Foley – Mustangs Ahead

LRHS assistant principal Mike Staker reminds Mustangs of school rules.

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – Now that LRHS spirit week has come to an end, administrators say Mustangs should reacquaint themselves with the Manatee County School District Code of Conduct.

Assistant principal Michael Staker said, “As we close on homecoming week, it is imperative that Mustangs get back to the business of learning.”

The “Code of Conduct” outlines rules that Mustangs are expected to follow such as dress code, cell phone/electronics use, and ID policies.

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Cell phones and electronics must be put away in the hallways and during class.

IDs must always be worn and visible and all Mustangs must be in dress code.

Junior Marlee Bridgeford said, “Spirit week is always so fun because I enjoy being creative with the themes. I am sad that it is over, but I understand that it should not change the rules.”