Discipline Policy & Sanctions
Teachers will make every reasonable attempt to work with students who exhibit behavioral or disruptive behaviors. This will include conferencing with students, implementing strategies such as seat assignment changes, and calling parents. If behavioral problems continue, or if a student has a discipline problem severe enough to warrant a referral to the discipline office, a discipline referral will be filled out and sent to the discipline principal. This referral will include as explicit an explanation of the problem as possible. Disciplinary consequences will be in accordance with school policy.
Students must serve detentions within 2 days. Detentions may be served Monday-Friday during lunch or after school 2:10 to 2:30 p.m. Failure to serve will result in further sanctions.
In-School Suspension will be assigned for missed detentions. It may also be assigned for missed work details or various infractions. Failure to successfully complete in-school suspension will result in out-of- school suspension.
Work Detail is Monday through Thursday from 2:10 to 3 p.m. Students assigned to work detail must meet promptly at 2:10 p.m. at the Student Services Office. Failure to serve work detail will result in suspension.