Most discipline will be handled by a teacher, but in the case of serious problems the student will be sent to the principal.
Actions to correct misbehavior will
be selected by the principal as the details, reasons, and seriousness
of each individual case are judged within the policies of the Board of Education, the Revised Statutes
of the State, and Administrative Discipline Policy of students which may include:
1st Referral - Principal will counsel child about
2nd Referral - Student will stay in the principal's room during recesses one day of school and parents will be contacted.
3rd Referral - Student will be isolated from peers by serving 1 day in-school-suspension and there will be a parent-teacher conference.
4th Referral - 2 days in-school-suspension as assigned by Principal
5th Referral - 3 days in-school-suspension, 1-180 days out-of-school suspension, possible review by the School Board and possible documentation in the student's discipline record.
All work must be completed during suspension and students may receive up to 75% credit during suspension.