My question involves criminal law for the state of: north carolina, and i dont know if its actually criminal i just couldn't find a good place to post this question so here goes
I'm 17, from North Carolina, in public school, and have had about 20 absent days of school this year. 15 of them have been excused for sickness, and on those days my parents directly contacted the school. Even though the majority were totally excused, i was still given f's in all of my classes until i turned in a "appeal" about why i missed the days. this was already ridiculous and interfering with my 9th amendment right to an educations, but non the less i wrote an appeal and sent it in even though the school had been directly contacted about why i had absences. the appeal letter was rudely and offensively rejected by the principal of the school, a unstable violent women who is extremely unreasonable and who last year even threatened, and this is an exact quote, to break a students neck if they sold drugs in the school. this is essentially her being on a power trip, and not listening to reason, and in the process calling me and my entire family liars. this is NOT acceptable, because of this unstable woman i now have all f's and will be unable to graduate, even though on 15 of my absent days my parents DIRECTLY called the school saying why i was absent. other than my clear constitutional right, is the school breaking any other laws by basing my grades not off my academic work but off nothing at all other than the command of the principle which is not based in reason? and for what reasons exactly could i bring civil or criminal charges against the school as a whole, and the unstable and violent principle in particular?