OFFENSES 1ST OFFENSE 2ND OFFENSE 3RD OFFENSE HABITUAL DISOBEDIENCE
4 or more offenses
OTHER LIKELY CONSEQUENCES AS APPROPRIATE:
Class One

Tardy to class
ID violation
Lunch violation

1st Warning 2nd Warning 3rd Warning 1-4 hours detention for each Parent/Student conference
Additional excessive tardiness may result in loss of class for disruption (see class three)
Class Two (per year)

Inappropriate behavior: dress/grooming, inappropriate language/profanity, littering, loitering, parking lot violations, detention violation, nuisance objects, closed campus/closed lunch violation, non-participation/skipping class

Detention S (1-3 days), parent contact S (3-5 days), parent contact

Counselor referral

S (5-10 days), parent contact
Counselor referral
Loss of class
Citation/(fine)
Student contract
Loss of privilege
Item confiscation
Police referral/arrest
Cell Phones Confiscated
Pick up at end of student class day
Confiscated 3 school days. Pick up by parent. Confiscated 5 school days. Pick up by parent. Confiscated remainder of school year. Loss of all cell phone privileges.
Class Three (per year)

Insubordination, dishonesty, false reporting, misrepresentation, pornographic materials, verbal abuse, minor vandalism, technology misuse (see policy section 1), tobacco (use, possession, or distribution), e-cigarettes/vapor pen, gang activity (non-threatening), bullying, general harassment, intimidation/ threat, instigation, trespassing, disruption of school, pushing, shoving, scuffling

Detention/S (1-3 days), parent contact
S (1-3 days) if verbal abuse is directed at staff
S (3-5 days), parent contact
Counselor referral
S (5 days) if verbal abuse is directed at staff
S 5 (days), parent contact
Counselor referral
S (10 days) if verbal abuse directed at staff
S (10 days) pending further administrative action.
Parent contact
Citation/(fine)
Loss of privilege
Police referral/arrest
Restitution
Harassment procedures
Student contract
STAR Protocol
Program referral
Loss of class
Class Four (per year)

Theft, false emergencies, major vandalism, retaliation, technology misuse (see policy section 2), and gambling for stakes
Harassment Based on race, gender or disability, etc. (see policy)
Fighting, disorderly conduct

Minimum S (5 days) Counselor referral
Parent contact
S (10 days)
Counselor referral
Parent contact
S (10 days) pending further administrative action.
Parent contact
Arrest
Police referral/arrest
Restitution
STAR Protocol
Program referral
Class Five (per year)

Drugs, alcohol, inhalants, chemicals, e-cigarettes/vapor pen, (possessing, using or under the influence), or possessing drug paraphernalia, and gang activity (threatening)

Referral to Law Enforcement,
S (10 days) Reduce suspension to 5 days if student participates in drug/alcohol assessment and agrees to contract terms.
Parent contact
……………………….
S (10 days) pending
Further administrative action
Parent contact
Arrest
Student Contract
Program Referral
STAR Protocol
Drugs, alcohol – distributing or possessing an amount that suggests distribution
Simple assault
S (10 days) pending further administrative action.
Class Six (per year)

Endangerment of others, weapons/look alike weapons, explosives, bomb threat, arson, sexual misconduct
Battery (aggravated assault)

Referral to Law Enforcement; Immediate suspension with referral for 90 day superintendent suspension.
Parent contact
Arrest
STAR Protocol
Class Seven

Firearms: Possession of (including airgun, pellet gun, or look-alike gun to include water guns)

Referral to Law Enforcement;
Immediate suspension with referral for one calendar year expulsion by Board of Education
Parent contact
Arrest
STAR Protocol