A Multi-Level Approach: Ranges of Consequences Discipline and Behavior Related Offenses and Consequences

The following range of consequences should apply in most circumstances. In unusual or extreme cases, this range may not be appropriate. For cases involving absence, truancy, class cutting, tardiness to school or class the intention is not to remove the student from the school or the classroom setting except in extreme circumstances. All attendance related offenses must be dealt with in accordance with the Board of Education attendance policy.

 I

Staff Administrative Response

II 

Parent/Guardian Involvement 

 III

Reallocation of Student’s Time

 IV

Exclusion from Normal School Activities

 V

Expulsion

Options

Verbal Reprimand

Time-out or out of classroom

Loss of privileges

Teacher/ Administrator Conference with student

Contact with parent 

 Options
Phone call to parent/guardian

Written notification

Conference with parent\guardian

Parent/guardian accompanies student to school/classes

 Options
Detention

Suspension from school activities

In-school suspension

Suspension

(Parent/guardian notification required)

 Options
Restricted access

Suspension

Suspension from school activities

Alternative placement

(Parent/guardian notification required)

 Options

(Parent/guardian notification required)

Loss of credit for assignment or course may be appropriate in addition to any of the above consequences. Restitution for loss or damage may be requested in addition to any of the above consequences. Where appropriate, law enforcement will be involved.