See Policy 506
The policy provides examples of areas of unacceptable behavior subject to disciplinary action, as well as outlines the disciplinary actions that may be taken.
The purpose of this policy is to help all members of the school community work collaboratively to create a safe, supportive and equitable school climate through the use of positive discipline practices. Effective positive discipline results from an equitable, supportive environment that stresses student self-direction, decision-making and responsibility.
All students have a right to learn and develop in a setting which promotes respect of self, others and property. Effective positive discipline can only result from an environment which provides options and stresses student self-direction, decision-making, and responsibility.
See the policy for more details.
See Administrative Procedures for more details about consequences of misbehavior.
The consequences for misbehavior are designed to be fair, firm, and consistent for all students in the district. The consequences apply to all students, preschool through grade 12+, regardless of whether the misbehavior took place in school, on district property, in a district vehicle, at a school or district activity, at a school bus stop, or on a pathway to or from school. Consequences also apply to misbehaviors carried out through the use of electronic communication. Discipline Complaint Form