Student council is important because it gets students to participate with the affairs of the school. It helps students share there concerns with teachears or school principals.
"Many school students participate in democracy through their student councils."
A school that participates in the Direct Lending program. 80% of school participate in the FFELP instead.
It depends under what context. For example: If it was on a regular basis (bullying), then yes they can be arrested. However, if it is a school fight, then I wouldn't think that the person would be arrested, maybe given a warning.
A school timetable is necessary for students attending a certain school. The school timetable lists events and other things, usually in calendar form, that a student might want to participate in. Timetables also help a student plan their student activities.
campaign for a candidate
yes, because the school's property is private so you could be arrested for tresspasing
Depending on the policy of the school, brandishing a pocketknife can lead to suspension or expulsion. The student can even be arrested.
Because if the students are trying to wag school, people who see the student outside of school will then notify the school
No, because at most schools (I believe) an athletic is the first or last period of the day although it will run longer (typically). Since you are graded in that sport, and it is considered a class, you may not participate in school sports