A Little Rock high school posted a sign on Facebook six days ago, and it has now been shared more than 110,000 times.
The message tells parents to turn around at the front door if they’re bringing something for their son.
It’s the second day of school, and senior Patrick Wingfield is already hard at work in class.
He knows just what is expected of him in his final year at Catholic High School for Boys.
But as a freshman he wasn’t sure.
“I had ideas, and then during the opening pep rally Mr. Straessle addressed the whole student body and let us know the rules,” said Wingfield.
While they may be strict, Wingfield said he’s gotten used to them.
“I was kinda shocked, but after a couple years here I understood why it was a rule.”