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There is no law on "drawing," per se. Or, specific classmate to classmate interaction. However, if the classmate feels that the other classmate is a threat, he can get a restraining order - see HERE. In addition, he may wish to tell this to the police or the school. Either/both will then launch an investigation which may prevent violence, so this is highly recommended.
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PS - if the school is not doing much after being told, then one can always get the police involved which would have its own investigation done.
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