Originally Posted by Roy Tucker
So, now we're getting cops in graduation to pull families out for making noise?
I thought explaining the policy beforehand and getting acknowlegement for the the involved parties seemed like a pretty good way to appeal to people's good nature and say "hey, we want to make this civil, can we all agree to be adults?". But apparently this is fascist behavior.
So how exactly are you supposed to handle this kind of situation?
Let them cheer. It's a once in a lifetime experience, marking an eccomplishment that is every parents dream. If they cheer too long, wait. Who cares how long the ceremony lasts?
Considering how many students these days aren't graduating, I would think a school would encourage parents to expresss their excitement at their child graduating.