3. Prepared under the direction of a student media adviser.
"School-sponsored media" does not include media intended for distribution or transmission solely in the classrooms in which they are produced;
(b) "Student journalist" means a public high school student who gathers, compiles, writes, edits, photographs, records, or prepares information for dissemination in school-sponsored media; and
(c) "Student media advisor" means a person who is employed, appointed, or designated by the school district to supervise or provide instruction relating to high standards of journalism and the production of school-sponsored media.
(2) Each board of education that includes a public high school within its district shall adopt a policy consistent with this section, which shall include:
(a) Reasonable provisions for the time, place, and manner of distributing or otherwise disseminating school-sponsored media in high schools;
(b) Recognition that student journalists are responsible for determining the news content, editorial opinions, features, photography, artwork, and advertising content in school-sponsored media, whether such publications and productions are supported financially by the school or by the use of school facilities, or are produced in conjunction with a class;
(d) Recognition that a student media advisor may not be terminated, transferred, removed, or otherwise disciplined for the expression of student journalists;
(e) Recognition that truth, fairness, accuracy, and responsibility are essential to the practice of journalism and production of school-sponsored media; and
(f) Recognition that school-sponsored media may not include content that is libelous, slanderous, obscene, invasive of privacy, or that incites students as to create a clear and present danger of the commission of unlawful acts or the violation of lawful school regulations, or the material and substantial disruption of the orderly operation of the school.