"There was a parent that came into the school, and the parent was in their lingerie and there were body parts exposed, and this was an elementary school, and that’s a real issue,” Parkinson said.
He said he’s also heard of parents fighting, whether it be with children or other adults, while visiting schools. This is why the code will also address conduct by setting rules about fighting, drinking and drug use, he said.
"We're not just talking about parents. We're talking about this code, this minimal based-based code of conduct will cover everyone: educators, students, vendors, visitors, speakers, anyone comes on that campus, sets foot on that campus," Parkinson told WFTV-TV.
Should the bill pass, it would be up to local school districts to decide on specific policies for their schools. The policies would then be posted by school doors.