Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Students suspended for snowball fight.

School officials have put a chill on two students' plans to wage a "snow day" at their high school. Two Ramona High School students were suspended for bringing snow to school after officials declared snowballs dangerous.

"Anything that disturbs that or disrupts that is inappropriate on a school campus," said Principal Mike Neece. "Anything that could cause injury, or could cause a student to get upset and instigate a fight, or damage students' personal property is just inappropriate behavior."