Actually, I can see good points raised by both sides of this issue. The "pick your battles" phrase comes up a lot with these things and I hope that our side picks them at least some of the time, even if they don't make headlines. There is no harm in holding a friendly conversation with them regarding the legality of your actions and to remind them that they are stepping well out of the bounds of school ground authority and it does not have to be done with an in-your-face approach. That being said, I would like to add that sometimes we also need to be careful about which battles we do not pick. I don't think there's anything wrong with giving them a friendly reality check, letting them know that part of their community has no problems exercising their Constitutional rights.