The school might have strict rules on control of phone usage in classes. But as a parent. I can understand why they might have sued the school.
Imagine, your son has a phone(don’t care what brand La) and the phone is given to the child so that you can contact the child anytime. But, the school confiscates it and did not bother to reply to the parents this is wrong.
Number 1. What kind of message is the school is trying to bring across to the parents when something like this is done? Is the school trying to set an example to the students that are out so many teaching staff in the school, no one can bother to follow up and advise the parents on the outcomes?
I believe this is either the job of the form teacher, the teacher that confiscate the phone or the discipline master. Or worse case principal when none of them replies.
Is like the question, “how many monkeys do you need to change the light bulb” answer is zero because monkeys don’t know how to change the lightbulb. But their teachers, right? not monkeys? Can reply right?
Number 2. So during this 3 months of confiscating the phone. Am I suppose to buy another phone for the boy so can call him? This makes no sense. The school should properly think of another way to discipline the boy like giving him detention or something more useful like helping out the school.