Ed Pastor Elementary School

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School Discipline Procedures

Class One Violations include:

Intimidation, threaten, or Physical Assault on Staff; Arson; Possession, Distribution, or Use of Drugs; Possession of a weapon as defined by board policy.

1st Offense - Parent Conference – Minimum - 5 days suspension, Maximum - Expulsion

2nd Offense - Minimum – Parent conference / recommendation for long term suspension

Maximum-Expulsion

Class Two Violations include:

Fighting; Possession or use of Fireworks; Possession of Pornographic Material; Violations of the Law; Dangerous Objects; Possession of Tobacco; Class Disruption; Insubordination; Throwing Objects; Forgery; Graffiti; Profanity; Inappropriate Touching; Excessive Teacher Referrals; Ditching, Intimidating or Threatening Other Students; Hazing; Damaging School Property; Theft; Sexual Harassment; Gang Related Activities.

1st Offense-Minimum Detention. Maximum - Expulsion.

2nd Offense-Minimum - In-School Suspension, Maximum - Expulsion

3rd Offense- Suspension from school 3-5 days, Maximum- Expulsion

4th Offense- Suspension from school 5-10 days, Maximum - Expulsion

Subsequent violations could result in a recommendation for long-term suspension for one semester.

Class Three Violations include:

Class Disruptions; Truancy; or Rough Play; Tardy from Recess; Cheating/Copying; Theft (Petty).

1st Offense-Conference with administrator, note sent home and/detention.

2nd Offense-Conference with administrator, and parent assignment to detention.

3rd Offense-Conference with administrator, parent conference, In-School for1-3 days. (In instances of excessive absences, tardies, or truancy, students will be assigned to In-School suspension again and a referral will be made to the Attorney General’s Office.

4th Offense-Conference with administrator, parent conference, suspension from school 3-5 days. Subsequent violations could result in an additional suspension short term or long term.