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The state or a political subdivision of it, a school board or any individual member of it, a private or denominational school, principal, teacher, patrol member, or parent or guardian of a patrol member is immune from liability that might otherwise be incurred as a result of an injury caused by an act or the failure to act on the part of a patrol member while on duty.
Article 02. REQUIRED SCHOOL CRISIS RESPONSE PLANNING
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