But he was soon approached by Principal Cathy Woods, who asked him to stop.
— A federal judge in Washington has ruled partly in favor of a high school student who was repeatedly suspended last year over his evangelistic activities on campus, ordering the punishments on his record to be expunged.
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He was told that he needed Woods’ permission to distribute the materials, but was allegedly told by Woods that she would be “breaking the law” if she allowed him to continue.
However, the following day, the student was suspended from school over the incident.
Days later, Leal attempted to hand out tracts at an after school volleyball game, but was again confronted.