SSIS Link Handbook Compendium DA Student Handbooks 03 HS Appendix 1

Appendix 1

    Infraction and Consequence Chart

    The following list outlines the consequences for violations of the Student Code of Conduct. The HS administration reserves the right to adjust the consequences for specific violations, depending on the nature of the incident.

     

    Infraction Consequence(s) in sequence
    Academic Dishonesty Please review the academic honesty section of the handbook for consequences.

    After-school unsupervised attendance

    First incident:

    • Verbal warning from staff member

    • Student must wait by Guardhouse until transportation arrives

    Second incident:

    • HS Office detention (1 day)

    Third incident:

    • HS Office detention (4 days)
    Bus infractions

    First incident:

    • Transportation supervisor notifies administrator

    • Student meets with principal

    Second incident:

    • Administrator contacts parents

    Third incident:

    • Student suspended from the bus for one week.

    Classroom/library rules

    (Failure to follow)

    First incident:

    • Verbal warning from staff member

    Second incident:

    • Staff member contacts parents

    Third incident:

    • Staff member notifies administrator

    • Detention in HS office (1-­4days)

    • Administrator contacts parents

    • Administrator meets with student and parents
    Curfew (breaking of) on or during school sponsored trips or activities (WWW trips, MRISA/sports trips, MUN, Habitat for Humanity, etc.) ­Refer to trip permission letter

    • Immediate removal of student from activity if possible

    • Activity sponsor contacts activities/athletics director and principal

    • Administrator contacts parents

    • In-­School Suspension (1 or 2 days)

    Possession or consumption of alcohol or tobacco on or during school-­sponsored trips or activities (WWW trips, sports trips, MUN, Habitat for Humanity, Prom, etc.)

    • Immediate removal of student from activity

    • Activity sponsor contacts activities/athletics director and principal

    • Administrator contacts parents

    • Student may be sent home at family’s expense

    • Follow handbook for disciplinary consequences for drug/alcohol/tobacco issues 
    Disrespectful behavior

    • Staff member notifies parents and administration

    • Detention (1 - 4 days depending on severity of incident)
    Dress Code violation

    First incident:

    • Students immediately change into appropriate clothing

    • Students sign Dress Code logbook

    Second and third incident:

    • HS office detention (1 day)

    • Administrator contacts parents

    Fourth incident:

    • In-­school suspension (1 day)

    Drugs and Alcohol Policy (Violation of)

    • Staff member notifies administration

    • Administrator contacts parents

    • In-­school or out-of-school suspension (2 days)

    • Possibility of expulsion as determined by the administration

    Electronic devices (unauthorized use of)

    First incident:

    • Device confiscated and held in HS Office

    • Student must go to HS Office after school, sign the logbook, and collect the device

    Second incident:

    • Detention (1 day)

    • Referral to administrator

    Third incident:

    • Detention (2 days)

    • Administrator contacts family

    • Parent or guardian must come to HS office to collect device
    Failure to clear an absence by parents to the HS office.

    • Absence is considered unexcused

    • Work missed may not be made up
    Fighting

    • Staff member notifies administration

    • Administrator contacts parents

    • In-­School Suspension (1 or 2 days)
    Forgery of parent note or hall pass

    First incident:

    • Staff member notifies administration

    • Administrator contacts parents

    • Detention (1- 4 days)

    Second incident:

    • In-­school suspension (1-­2 days)

    Harassment (Verbal and online)

    • Staff member notifies administration

    • Administrator contacts parents

    • After school detention, In-­School or Out-of-School Suspension depending on severity 

    Lunchtime policies:

    Behavior in the Food

    Court/Being in Off-­limits Areas

    First incident:

    • Student required to leave area or change behavior depending on the situation

    • Staff member notifies administration

    • Student meets with teacher or administrator

    Second incident:

    • Administrator contacts parents

    • Detention (1 day)

    Off-­Campus policy, Violations of

    • Staff member notifies administration

    • Administrator contacts parents

    • In-­School suspension (1 day)
    Skipping class

    • Staff member notifies administration

    • Administrator contacts parents

    • Detention (1 – 4 days)
    Smoking on campus or at a school event

    • Staff member notifies administration

    • Administrator contacts parents

    • In-­School Suspension (2 days)

    Public Displays of

    Affection (PDA)

    First Incident:

    • Warning and discussion with administrator

    Second incident:

    • Detention (1 day)

    • Administrator contacts parents

    Third incident:

    • Detention (4 days)

    Fourth incident

    • In-school suspension (1 day)
    Tardy for class

    After 5th tardy in a semester:

    Lunch detention in high school office (4 days)
    Tardy to school (1st block)

    All incidents:

    • Student must get late pass from HS office and bring late pass to 1st block

    • Student signs tardy logbook

    After 3 tardies:

    • HS office detention (one day)

    All tardies after 3rd:

    • HS office detention (one day)

    Theft/Vandalism

    First incident:

    • Administrator contacts parents

    • Student and family responsible for repairing damages and replacing losses

    • In-­School Suspension or Service Project (2 days)

    Second incident:

    • Administrator meets with student and family

    • Out-of-school suspension
    Weapons or weapon look-­alikes

    • Staff member confiscates item and notifies administration

    • Administrator contacts parents

    • In-­School suspension (2 days)

     

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