Thank you for the follow-up questions.
As for your first concern, it will depend upon the state and community where this occurred. Each state and community enacts their own local laws. If you wish to do your own research, you will have to be sure that you include the name of the state and or specific community.
As for your second concern, you may want to ask the school to provide to you a copy of their written code of conduct
which they have adopted for their school.
With respect to all students receiving the same punishment. I do not know what you are referring to. From what you've described, only your daughter was the student who was stripping. I am not aware of an instance involving other under-age students who were also stripping but who were treated differently by the school
As for the school employee, who is at a strip club on his or her own time, that employee did not owe a legal duty to you. This is why you cannot sue him for negligence. Under the law, he did not owe a legal duty to you. There cannot be a claim for civil negligence when there is no legal duty to you. If you have a follow-up question, please reply and ask it. If you are satisfied that your question has been answered, kindly select the ACCEPT button to close this thread and so that I receive credit for assisting you today.