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CVA Student Handbook—Code of Conduct

The intent of the Code of Conduct is to promote responsible behavior that creates a safe and orderly school environment. It is the belief of the Central Valley School District that everyone in our community must strive toward contributing to this goal. The administration reserves the right to review and interpret each case on an individual basis and administer consequences which are not limited to the specifics within the handbook.

Consequences:

Consequences for students who do not follow the code of conduct will be imposed by staff in a consistent and fair manner. Students are expected to maintain respectful behavior when a staff member is dealing with a discipline issue with them. If a student disagrees with a staff members discipline, they are to still maintain respect and immediately comply with the instructions. A student who disagrees with a staff member’s discipline is expected to arrange a private time to discuss the matter with the staff member before they appeal to an administrator.

A staff member may assign consequences for misbehavior that are reasonable for the offence and are progressive in nature. The consequences for a 1st offence will increase if a 2nd offence occurs, and further increase each time a student chooses to break a rule.

Consequences range from a reprimand, conference with the student, parental contact, movement of a student, separation from the class, removal from class, loss of a privilege, short detention, after school or lunch detention, and referral to the office for more serious consequences of office detention, in school suspension, out of school suspension, notification to law enforcement, and Superintendent’s Hearing. A teacher will maintain communication with a student’s parents as an issue increases in severity or frequency.

Teacher Detention

Teachers may detain a student for misbehavior or to address academic concerns. If a teacher keeps a student after class, the teacher will provide a student a pass to his/her next class upon their release. A teacher may keep a student during lunch as long as they make sure the student has enough time to get lunch in the school cafeteria. A teacher may keep a student after school until 3:00 to make up work, provide extra instruction or support, or detain due to misbehavior. If a teacher is keeping a student, he or she will communicate with the student’s parent or guardian.

Office Detention

Students may be assigned lunch or after school detention by an administrator. They may also be assigned either detention by the nurse or other office staff due to tardiness. This is for those students with undesirable patterns of attendance, tardiness, or conduct that is repetitive and/or serious in nature.

Students assigned to detention are to report to the room designated immediately after school for the days assigned. Detention commences at 2:15 p.m. until 3:15 p.m. each day, Monday-Friday, and lunch detention at the beginning of lunch. Each student is to have sufficient materials and books to study for 60 minutes, and is to cooperate with the detention supervisor. Any student who does not abide by the regulations of the detention period may be placed in In-School Suspension or suspended from school. A student who is assigned detention will not be eligible for extracurricular activities until the end of each day’s detention, but will be eligible after 3:15 pm each day even if they are assigned multiple detentions. The student is expected to tell his/her coach or advisor that they had detention.

Loss of privilege

Student’s privileges may be suspended for misbehavior or as a progressively more severe consequence for violations of the code of conduct. This may include the loss of the privilege to leave the school building at lunch.

In School Suspension

In School Suspension is for students who have repeatedly and/or seriously violated the code of conduct below the level of out of school suspension. In school suspension is an effort to provide a safe and secure place for students to spend their time suspended out of class working and behaving in strict accordance with the code of conduct. Any student who misbehaves in ISS will be immediately suspended from school and will again serve ISS properly upon return. A student assigned ISS will report to the office there until 3:15 pm. Students are expected to:

  1. Follow all simple instructions of the teacher.
  2. Work quietly, stay awake and keep his/her head up, and not socialize.
  3. Work on work assigned by the student’s teachers. If the student has no work, he/she may read or additional work will be assigned by the teacher.
  4. Raise his/her hand if they have a question, and follow the teacher’s directions without debate.

Suspension from school

Suspension from school is a severe penalty, which may be imposed only upon students who are insubordinate, disorderly, violent, severely disruptive, or whose conduct otherwise endangers the safety, morals, health or welfare of others.

Any staff member may recommend to the principal that a student be suspended. All staff members must immediately report and refer a violent student to the principal or the superintendent for a violation of the code of conduct. All recommendations and referrals shall be made in writing unless the conditions underlying the recommendation or referral warrant immediate attention. In such cases a written report is to be prepared as soon as possible by the staff member recommending the suspension.

The principal, upon receiving a recommendation or referral for suspension or when processing a case for suspension, shall gather the facts relevant to the matter and record them for subsequent presentation, if necessary.

A student who is suspended from school will not be academically penalized for work they missed while on suspension. It is a student’s responsibility upon return to see his/her teacher to see what work needs to be made up and establish a timetable with the teacher for its completion.

Restriction from school events:

Restricting a student’s privilege to participate in an extracurricular event or activity, including sports, may be imposed by an administrator as either a progressively more severe punishment or as a consequence for misbehavior at a school event.

Corporal Punishment

Corporal punishment is any act of physical force upon a student for the purpose of punishing that student. Corporal punishment of any student by any district employee is strictly forbidden. The student who believes that he/she has received corporal punishment is to report such a violation immediately to an administrator.

Teachers must report corporal punishment to the principal immediately following the incident. The district must file all complaints about the use of corporal punishment with the Commissioner of Education in accordance with Commissioner’s regulations.

Use of physical force by a staff member

In situations where alternative procedures and methods that do not involve the use of physical force cannot be reasonably used, reasonable physical force may be used to:

  1. Protect oneself, another student, teacher or any person from physical injury.
  2. Protect the property of the school or others.
  3. Restrain or remove a student whose behavior interferes with the orderly exercise and performance of school district functions, powers and duties, if that student has refused to refrain from further disruptive acts.
  4. Teachers must report the use of any physical force to the principal immediately following the incident.

Discipline of Students with Disabilities

Codes of Conduct will ensure that the rights of students with disabilities are protected under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. This code of conduct affords students with disabilities subject to disciplinary action no greater or lesser rights than those expressly afforded by applicable federal and state law and regulations.

Notification of Code Violation

  1. Parents, guardians, or the individual in parental relationship will be notified in person, by phone, or by letter of a violation and the consequences. A student may call with the permission from the office to notify the parent or guardian.
  2. The principal in consultation with teachers and staff may make appropriate referrals to Human Service Agencies.
  3. Code violations of criminal nature will be referred to the proper law enforcement agencies.
  4. Repeated code violations or violations of a criminal nature may result in criminal court complaints, juvenile delinquency petitions or PINS petitions.

School Visitors

Visitors are defined as individuals not employed by the school district or not enrolled in the school district that are visiting in the buildings or attending school functions, either on or off school grounds. All rules of the district code of conduct relative to dress, language, behavior and conduct will apply to all visitors. Visitors in violation of the code will be warned, asked to leave and/or removed from the premises. If necessary, law enforcement officials will be involved. School officials retain the right to ban individuals from future school events or prohibit individuals from being on school property as circumstances warrant.

  1. Anyone who is not a regular staff member or student of the school will be considered a visitor
  2. All visitors to the school must report to the office upon arrival at the school. There they will be required to sign the visitor’s register and will be issued a visitor’s identification badge, which must be worn at all times while in the school or on school grounds. The visitor must return the identification badge to the principal’s office before leaving the building.
  3. Visitors attending school functions that are open to the public, such as parent/teacher organization meetings or public gatherings are not required to register.
  4. Parents or citizens who wish to observe a classroom while school is in session are required to arrange such visits in advance with the classroom teacher(s) in consultation with the high school principal, so that class disruption is kept to a minimum.
  5. Teachers are expected not to take class time to discuss individual matters with visitors.

Dress Code:

ACCEPTABLE AND APPROPRIATE:

All members of the school community are expected to dress in a manner that is appropriate and acceptable, and is not disruptive to the learning and teaching environment. All students are also expected to give proper attention to personal cleanliness.

A student’s dress, grooming and appearance, including hair style/color, jewelry, make-up and nails, shall:

  1. Be safe, appropriate and not disrupt or interfere with the educational process.
  2. Recognize that extremely brief garments and see-through garments are not allowed.
  3. Ensure that underwear is completely covered by the outer clothing.
  4. Include footwear at all times. Footwear that is a safety hazard will not be allowed.
  5. Not include the wearing of hats in the classroom except for a medical or religious purpose.
  6. Not include items that are vulgar, obscene, libelous or denigrate others on account of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or weight.
  7. Not promote and/or endorse the use of alcohol, tobacco or illegal drugs and/or encourage other illegal or violent activities, or depict weapons.

Students who violate the dress code shall be required to modify their appearance by covering or removing the offending item and, if necessary or practical, replacing it with an acceptable item. Any student who refuses to do so shall be subject to discipline, up to and including in-school suspension for the day. Any student who repeatedly fails to comply with the dress code shall be subject to further discipline, up to and including out of school suspension.

UNACCEPTABLE AND INAPPROPRIATE:

  1. Excessively short shorts and skirts (must fall below fingertips when arms are resting at side)
  2. Tube tops, net tops, halter-tops, bandeaus, spaghetti straps, see-through clothing, and plunging necklines (front or back), A-shirts, or any tank top whose straps expose undergarments
  3. Bare midriffs (any shirt will need to meet the waistline if the arms are held straight out)
  4. Exposed undergarments
  5. Any item that by word or picture is vulgar, obscene, and libelous, or offensive to others on account of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, gender, sexual preferences, disability and/or weight.
  6. Promotes or endorses the use of alcohol, tobacco, or illegal drugs and /or encourages other illegal or violent activities
  7. Extreme hair styles/color, jewelry, make-up, and nails
  8. Coats are not to be worn in the classroom or in the halls during the school day. Temperatures can vary in the building, so students should be prepared with sweatshirts or sweaters to wear when it is cold outside.

Student Misbehaviors and consequences

Alcohol: possession or sale of alcohol or use of in school or coming to school under the influence

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: 3 Days Suspension / notify parents / notify police
  • 2nd Offense: 5 Days Suspension / notify parents / notify police
  • 3rd Offense: 5 Days Suspension / notify parents / notify police / Request a Superintendent’s Hearing

Bullying: A hostile activity which harms or induces fear through the threat of further aggression and/or creates terror.

Consequences vary depending on level of severity

  • 1st Offense: After School Detention (1-3 days) / notify parents
  • 2nd Offense: Suspension (1-2 days) / notify parents
  • 3rd Offense: Suspension (3-5 days) / notify parents / Superintendent’s Hearing

Bus Conduct: Unacceptable, not staying in seat, throwing things, excessive loudness, distracting the bus driver. Please remember, the bus is an extension of the school, all school rules apply to the bus.

Consequences

  1. Detention / notify parents
  2. Suspension / notify parents

Conduct Endangering the Safety, Morals, Health or Welfare of Others

Examples of such conduct include, but are not limited to:

  • Stealing the property of other students, school personnel or any other person lawfully on school property or attending a school function;
  • Possession of stolen property;
  • Defamation, which includes making false or unprivileged statements or representations about an individual or identifiable group of individuals that harm the reputation of the person or the identifiable group by demeaning them;
  • Discrimination, which includes the use of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation or disability as a basis for treating another in a negative manner;
  • • Bullying – threatening, stalking or seeking to coerce or compel a person to do something; engaging in verbal or physical conduct that threatens another with harm, including intimidation through the use of epithets or slurs involving race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, religious practices, gender, or disability;
  • Cyber-bullying – means a course of conduct or repeated acts of abusive behavior by communicating through electronic means, with a person anonymously or otherwise over a period of time committing such acts as, but not limited to, taunting, insulting, humiliating, harassing, menacing, sending hate mail or embarrassing photographs;
  • Harassment, which includes a sufficiently severe action or a persistent, pervasive pattern of actions or statements directed at an identifiable individual or group which are intended to be or which a reasonable person would perceive as ridiculing or demeaning;
  • Intimidation, which includes engaging in actions or statements that put an individual in fear of bodily harm. It should be noted that K-2 students that make threats to kill or bring weapons to school will be referred to the school social worker and/or psychologist to determine the child’s cognitive ability to understand the severity of the incident;
  • Hazing, which includes any intentional or reckless act directed against another for the purpose of initiation into, affiliating with or maintaining membership in any school sponsored activity, organization, club or team;
  • Taking pictures, video taping, disseminating, selling, using or possessing obscene (sexual in nature) or inappropriate material, including, but not limited to acts of violence;
  • Using vulgar or abusive language, cursing or swearing toward school personnel;
  • Smoking a cigarette, cigar, pipe or using chewing or smokeless tobacco, and/or possession of incendiary devices including matches and lighters;
  • Gambling;
  • Negligent operation of a motor vehicle on school grounds so as to endanger the property, safety, health, and/or welfare of others;
  • Spitting (Gleeking).
  • Material deemed unnecessary/inappropriate by the building administrator; i.e. bullet/bullet casing.

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: After School Detention (1-3 days) / notify parents
  • 2nd Offense: Suspension (1-2 days) / notify parents
  • 3rd Offense: Suspension (3-5 days) / notify parents/ Superintendent’s hearing

Disrespectful behavior toward a staff member

Using disrespectful words and/or tone of voice when a staff member is dealing with a student. (Severe levels of disrespect may result in an immediate suspension.)

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Staff warning and/or staff detention and/or parent contact
  • 2nd Offense: Referral to the office, after school detention (1-3 days)
  • 3rd Offense: Suspension, (Up to 5 days), parent conference

Disruptive Behavior

In the classroom or on school grounds (inappropriate behavior in class, leaving class without permission, failure to follow directions, disrupting the education of others)

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Teacher warning and/or teacher detention and/or parent contact
  • 2nd Offense: After School Detention (1-3 days)
  • 3rd Offense: Suspension (1-3 days), parent conference

Dress: non-compliance with dress code

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Warning and told to change the clothing
  • 2nd Offense: Told to change / After school detention 1 day / parent notified
  • 3rd Offense: After School Detention (2-3 days) / parent notified

Drugs, Illegal, Paraphernalia

Possession of in school, under the influence, drug paraphernalia

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: 3 Days Suspension / notify parents / notify police
  • 2nd Offense: 5 Days Suspension / notify parents / notify police
  • 3rd Offense: 5 Days Suspension / notify parents / notify police / Request a Superintendent’s Hearing

Drugs, prescription (prescribed to you) and over the counter

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: After School Detention (1-3 days) / notify parents
  • 2nd Offense: 1 Day Suspension
  • 3rd Offense: 3 Days Suspension

Drugs, Synthetic Cannabinoids (Marijuana)

These products are produced, distributed, marketed, and sold as legal alternatives to marijuana and often carry a label stating “not for human consumption” to disguise the true nature of the substance. Synthetic cannabinoid products are sold as incense, herbal mixtures, or potpourri. They are often sold in convenience stores, gas stations, and smoke shops. These products are commonly smoked and often cause significant negative health effects such as acute renal failure, effects on the cardiovascular system and/or central nervous system. These items are considered illegal substances and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken against those who possess synthetic cannabinoids on school property, at school functions or distribute synthetic cannabinoids to students.

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: 3 Days Suspension / notify parents / notify police
  • 2nd Offense: 5 Days Suspension / notify parents / notify police
  • 3rd Offense: 5 Days Suspension / notify parents / notify police / Request a Superintendent’s Hearing

Electronic Devices and Cell Phone

Cell phones may be used throughout the school day during non-instructional periods such as in between classes, during lunch, and before/after school. Cell phone use in classrooms is 100% governed by individual teacher classroom policies. If a student violates the teacher’s cell phone use policy the following consequences will be administered:

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: After school detention (1day), confiscation of phone, student will pick-up phone following after-school detention
  • 2nd Offense: After school detention (1-3 days), confiscation of phone, Parent contact to pick up phone after 3pm
  • 3rd Offense: In School Suspension

False Identification

Examples of false identification include, but are not limited to:

  • Refusing to identify himself/herself when asked by school personnel
  • Using another person’s identification or false identification to any school official with the intent to deceive school personnel
  • Using another person’s identification or false identification to obtain money or property
  • Claiming to be someone you are not and using their name/identity maliciously in any way

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Out of School Suspension (1-5 days)/ notify parents / notify police depending on seriousness. Serious matters may also require a Superintendent’s Hearing

Fighting/Physical Confrontation – Minor altercation

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Suspension (3 days) / notify parents
  • 2nd Offense: Suspension (5 days) / notify parents
  • 3rd Offense: Suspension (5 days) / notify parents / Superintendent’s Hearing

Forging / Altering a Note or Pass

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Detention / Notify parents
  • 2nd Offense: Detention / In-School Suspension / Notify parents

Harassment: [Sexual, Racial, Physical, Verbal]

The creation of a hostile environment by conduct or by verbal threats, intimidation or abuse that has or would have the effect of unreasonably and substantially interfering with a student’s educational performance, opportunities or benefits, or mental, emotional or physical well-being; or conduct, verbal threats, intimidation or abuse that reasonably causes or would reasonably be expected to cause a student to fear for his or her physical safety.

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: After School Detention (1-3 days) / notify parents
  • 2nd Offense: Suspension (1-2 days) / notify parents
  • 3rd Offense: Suspension (3-5 days) / notify parents / Superintendent’s Hearing

Insubordination

Not following the reasonable direction of a staff member. A repeated refusal to comply in a manner that jeopardizes the safety of a classroom.

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Detention / notify parents
  • 2nd Offense: Suspension / notify parents

Littering

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Made to clean up the mess / warning
  • 2nd Offense: Made to clean up the mess / notify parents / 1-2 days Detention
  • 3rd Offense: Made to clean up the mess / notify parents / 3-5 days Detention

Locker Misuse

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Warning
  • 2nd Offense: 1 day After School Detention / notify parents
  • 3rd Offense: 1-3 days After School Detention / notify parents

Misbehavior outside of school

The school will primarily concern itself with the enforcement of the code of conduct in school. However, issues do not always happen in the vacuum of school without moving into the wider community and the internet. Off-campus misconduct that endangers the health and safety of students or staff within the school or can reasonably be forecast to substantially disrupt the educational process is prohibited. Examples of such misconduct include, but is not limited to:

  • Cyber-bullying (i.e., inflicting willful and repeated harm through the use of electronic text/images)
  • Threatening or harassing students or school personnel over the phone or other electronic medium

Conflicts or violations that begin or continue outside of school and continue to cause conflict or violations in school will be dealt with at a higher level. Text messages, emails, and instant message conversations that bully, threaten, or intimidate will not be tolerated.

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: After School Detention (1-3 days) / notify parents
  • 2nd Offense: Suspension (1-2 days) / notify parents
  • 3rd Offense: Suspension (3-5 days) / notify parents/ Superintendent’s hearing

Misuse of pass or leaving class without permission

Using a pass for a purpose different from what it was intended for, using another student’s pass, going somewhere without a pass when one was expected.

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Staff warning and/or staff detention and/or parent contact
  • 2nd Offense: Referral to the office, after school detention (1-3 days)
  • 3rd Offense: In School Suspension

Missing assigned detentions

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Double assigned detentions
  • 2nd Offense: In School Suspension

Plagiarism

Plagiarism and/or cheating is not permitted. The definition of plagiarism is to use someone else’s work and presenting it as your own. Cheating or copying someone else’s homework / assignments or tests/quizzes is prohibited. No Credit Received until the student’s original work is submitted. (A reduced score could be imposed)

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: In School Suspension / notify parents
  • 2nd Offense: In School Suspension (3 days) / notify parents
  • 3rd Offense: 5 days Suspension / notify parents / Superintendent’s Hearing

Profanity and Language misuse

All members of the school community are expected to use appropriate and acceptable language in their relationship to others. Unacceptable and inappropriate language would include, but not be limited to directing profanity, vulgar language, and obscene gestures toward other students, school personnel, or visitors to the school, use of sexually suggestive language, excessive arguing, and hate speech. In addition, engaging in verbal abuse, i.e. name calling, ethnic or racial slurs, or derogatory statements addressed publicly to others that precipitate disruptions of the school program or incite violence are also inappropriate and unacceptable. Repeated negative language directed toward another may also constitute harassment.

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Warning or detention by staff member, depending on degree
  • 2nd Offense: After School Detention (1-3 days) / notify parents
  • 3rd Offense: In School Suspension / notify parents

Public Displays of Affection (PDA)

Kissing, inappropriate touching

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Warning
  • 2nd Offense: After School Detention (1 day) / notify parents
  • 3rd Offense: After School Detention (2-3 days) / notify parents

Tardy to Class

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Warning and/or teacher detention
  • 2nd Offense: Detention / Notify parents

Technology, Use of – See also the Acceptable Use of Technology Agreement under District Wide Policies

Use of technology/electronic devices are not allowed during the school day unless being used for educational purposes and is teacher directed for full class instruction. Devices may be used in the main entrance or outside the building only. Items should be turned off and stored in lockers, clothing or purses. A student that possesses an item does so at their own risk and the school is not responsible if they are broken, lost or stolen.

Examples of technology/electronic devices include, but are not limited to:
Cell/smart phones, Smart Watches, IPods, Mp3 players, laptops, IPads, tablets, e-readers, cameras, video devices, video games, pagers, laser pointers, cd/tape players, etc.

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: After school detention (1day), confiscation of phone, Parent contact to pick up device after 3 pm
  • 2nd Offense: After school detention (1-3 days), confiscation of phone, Parent contact to pick up device after 3pm
  • 3rd Offense: In School Suspension

Theft

Consequences

Detention / Suspension / notify parents / notify police (depending on severity)

Tobacco

Use or possession of tobacco and/or use or possession of vapor/electronic cigarettes [includes chewing/powdered] in school setting

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: 2 Day Suspension / watch video / notify parents
  • 2nd Offense: 3 Days Suspension / watch video / notify parents
  • 3rd Offense: 5 Days Suspension / watch video / notify parents / Request a Superintendent’s Hearing

Trespassing

Students are not permitted in any school building other than the one they are registered to without permission from the administrator in charge of that building. Students should not be at school or on school grounds outside of school hours unless they are here for extra help, participation or attendance at an extracurricular event or other approved purpose. Students suspended from school are not allowed anywhere on school grounds without the express permission from an administrator, and failure to keep off of school grounds may constitute a charge of Trespassing being filed with the police.

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Suspension / parent contact / police contact
  • 2nd Offense: Suspension / parent contact / police contact / Superintendent’s Hearing

Truancy

Cutting class or skipping school, leaving school without permission, or not returning from lunch without a parent contacting school by the end of lunch.

Consequences

A student will be assigned a zero for that day on class work / tests / quizzes, plus consequences.

  • 1st Offense: Detention (1detention per period) / notify parents
  • 2nd Offense: In School Suspension (1-2 days) / notify parents
  • 3rd Offense: In School Suspension (2-4 days) / notify parents

Unlawful behavior

Any behavior which is against the law, including initiating a report of fire or other catastrophe without valid cause, misuse of 911, or discharging a fire extinguisher, intentional damage to school property, unlicensed driving, etc.

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Out of School Suspension (1-5 days)/ notify parents / notify police depending on seriousness.
  • Serious matters may also require a Superintendent’s Hearing

Vandalism

Destruction or defacing of school property

Consequences

  • 1st Offense: Warning / parent/student must pay for damages / 1 Day Suspension / notify parents / call police
  • 2nd Offense: Parent/student must pay for damages / 2-3 Days Suspension / notify parents / call police
  • 3rd Offense: Parent/student must pay / 3-5 Days Suspension / notify parents / call police / Superintendent’s Hearing

Violent and Disruptive Incident Report (VADIR) Data

Incident Categories

  1. Homicide:
  2. Sexual Offenses:
    1. Forcible Sex Offenses
    2. Other Sex Offenses
  3. Robbery
  4. Assault with Serious Physical Injury
  5. Arson
  6. Kidnapping
  7. Assault with Physical Injury
  8. Reckless Endangerment
  9. Minor Altercations
  10. Intimidation, Harassment, Menacing, or Bullying Behavior and No Physical Contact:
  11. Burglary
  12. Criminal Mischief
  13. Larceny or Other Theft Offenses
  14. Bomb Threat
  15. False Alarm
  16. Riot
  17. Weapons Possession
  18. Drug Use, Possession, or Sale
  19. Alcohol Use, Possession, or Sale
  20. Other Disruptive Incidents

Consequences

  • Out of School Suspension / notify parents / Superintendent’s Hearing / notify police

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