Boston.com reports that a new policy put forth by Framingham, Mass. school officials has been put on hold. The policy would allow administrators to look for information on student cell phones during searches for drugs and other contraband. The policy was originally slated to begin in the fall, and will now need school committee approval. Framingham High School Principal Matt Welch likens the policy to searching through student notebooks when trying to find the source of graffiti on campus. The American Civil Liberties Union objected to the policy, claiming officials were “acting more like police than administrators.” …