I hope Hugh's just trying to stir up the mud a bit. I thought we political conservatives didn't believe in social engineering in the schools, thought that schools should focus on academics, and believed in personal responsibility. To think that we should hold a school principal responsible for the off-campus behavior of students, presumably not at school functions or on school time, seems to me to represent the height of the nanny state.
The parents of the students involved should hold the individual students responsible for their actions. After all, if the parents aren't concerned about their children's sexual behavior, why should school officials be? And if the parents are concerned, why should the school get involved at all?
This is a fantastic opportunity for the school principal's bosses to do absolutely nothing. Or maybe the principal could get the Radical Reality people to come out and do a free rally for the students
If it takes a village, let the village deal with it--keeping in mind there will soon be at least 65 more members of the village!