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RECOVERY & BEHAVIOR

During this cooling off period students will not bring assignments to complete. Students are expected to solve their own problems and come up with a solution before returning back to their regular classroom. 



IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION (ISS)

Students that have not follwed the Student Code of Conduct rulls will be responsible and expected to complete all assignments given by their teacher for the number of day or days they will be in ISS.

IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION (ISS)

Reasons for ISS

Student may be placed in ISS for misconduct listed in any category for the SCC.

Procedure Tor ISS

The sudent will be informed of the reason for placement in ISS and be giving an opportunity to respone before the administrator's decision is final. While in ISS the student will complete assignment for his or her teacher.

OUT-OF-SCHOOL SUSPENSION (OSS)

Reason for OSS

Student may be suspended from school for any misconduct listed in the SCC as a general conduct violations,DAEP offense, or expelliable offense.

Procedures for OSS

The student will be informed of the reason for out-of-school suspension and be given and opportunity to respond before the administrator's decision is final.

While the student is suspended, the administraitor may place restrictions on the student's participations in school-sponsored or school-related activities. Students may be suspended for a maximum of three school days per behavior violations with no limit on the number of times a student may be suspended in a semester or school year.

DRESS AND GROOMING

The district's dress code is extablished to teach grooming and hygiene, prevent disruption and mimimize safety hazards. Student and parents may determine a student's personal dress and grooming standards provided that they comply with the following:

  • Visible body piercing.
  • No sagging; shorts and pants must be worn at the waist.
  • No jeans or pants with holes.
  • No visible undergarments.
  • Clothing not specifcally designed to be worn in public is not permitted (Example:Lounge outfits, pajamas, undershirts, tank shirts, cutoffs, halter tops, spaghetti straps, strapless tops, sheer blouses, tops ith exposed backs or midriffs).
  • Shorts may only be worn if classifed as walking shorts. Shorts must reach the tip of the middle finger when arms are extended at sides.
  • Stretch pants are only permitted if worn with a long top. Tops worn with these pants must reach the tip of the middle finger when arms are extended at sides.
  • Skirts and dresses must reach the tip on the middle finger when arms are extended at sides. Shorts,tight low cut, or indecent/offensive clothing is not permitted.
  • Footwear designed for normal indoor/outdoor wear is requred. No house shoes or house slippers.
  • Hats and head coverings are not permitted unless authorized by the principal or under special crcumstances.