Continuing the discussion from 33-year-old mother enrolled in high school as a 15-year-old:
Well, I was intrigued enough to start that different topic. Just curious what you mean here. Public land can have many uses, but the primary intended use of public school land is as a safe place for people to leave their children for the day so that they can receive an education by a trained professional, free from most distractions and also from the everyday risks that might attend them if they tried spending six hours a day in, say, an unattended public park.
Is there a good reason why such an establishment shouldn’t remain closed to random passersby who don’t actually have legitimate business with the school or the children working within?