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118 Ill.2d 440 (1987)
515 N.E.2d 1219
In re MARY JANE MESSENGER, a Minor, Appellant,
SCHROEDER COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9 et al. (The Chicago Heights Police Department, Appellee).
Supreme Court of Illinois.
Opinion filed October 7, 1987.
*441 *442 *443 Law Offices of Virginia R. Sullivan, of Chicago Heights, for appellant.
William J. Sneckenberg, of Chicago Heights, for appellee.
JUSTICE CLARK delivered the opinion of the court:
The minor respondent, Mary Jane Messenger, appeals from the order of the circuit court of Cook County affirming the decision of the Cook County Board of Education to suspend her for nine school days and to recommend that her parents be required to pay restitution to the school district. The respondent assigns that the trial court erred in entering the aforementioned order. For the reasons that follow, we affirm the judgment of the circuit court of Cook County.
In December of 1983, the respondent was a student in the Chicago Heights High School (the high school), *444 when she participated in two separate fights with another student. These fights occurred after the respondent had been kicked out of a dance class. The fights occurred in and around a “bull pen,” a room specifically designated to hold student misbehavior. Both fights ended in the respondent’s striking the other student.
On February 13, 1984, the respondent’s mother, Mrs. Diana Messenger, notified the high school principal of the respondent’s participation in the fights. The mother requested that the school district’s Department of Discipline and Control suspend her daughter from school for five days. The mother also requested that the school district advise the respondent’s parents of the foregoing. In addition, the mother requested that the respondent’s behavior be monitored at home.
On February 18, 1984, the respondent’s mother was contacted by the school district’s personnel manager, who informed Mrs. Messenger that the school district’s rules and regulations governing suspension of students state that “there must be a timely written notice of the violation to the director of schools, the school board, or its agent; and the board or agent must have personal knowledge of the violation.” The school district’s bylaws