Highland Park HIgh School's girl's varsity basketball team had a trip to tournament in Arizona because the school administration doesn't like the state's new illegal immigrant law. The Tribune reported:
Safety concerns partly fueled the decision, but the trip also "would not be aligned with our beliefs and values," said District 113 Assistant Superintendent Suzan Hebson.
So, here's the new rule for Highland Park student trips. A faculty/administration committee will be created to judge whether any field trip, sports competition or excursion to, say, Washington, D.C. is aligned with the school's beliefs and values. Of course, a separate faculty/administration/student/parents/stakeholder/community task force will have to be created to determine the school"s beliefs and values.