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Code of Student Conduct: Secondary (6-12) Responses

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Code of Student Conduct: Secondary (6-12) Responses

These responses are designed to teach appropriate behavior so that our students serve as engaged learners who contribute actively to a safe and mutually respectful educational environment. Faculty/Staff will implement a variety of teaching and classroom responsive strategies. When appropriate, faculty/staff will access the student’s support system, which may include parents/guardians, school counselors, and administration, to ensure successful learning and consistency of response. The goal of the responses is to change student behavior. These responses should be used in a graduated fashion. 

 

Tier I: Classroom and Faculty/Staff-Led Responses

Student behavior that impedes classroom procedures or interferes with the daily operation of the classroom or school. These behaviors are addressed by the individual faculty/staff member but may require the partnership of a counselor or administrator.

Behavior Examples 

  • Academic Dishonesty  
  • Cell Phone or Other Personal Electronic Device Violation  
  • Disrespect 
  • Dress Code Violation
  • Inappropriate Use of District-Issued Technology 
  • Lateness to Class (fewer than four (4) occurrences)
  • Leaving Assigned Area Without Permission 
  • Minor Disturbance
  • Use of Inappropriate Language  

 

Response Examples  

  • Behavioral Contract  
  • Change in Seating  
  • Check-In/Check-Out Meeting 
  • Classroom-Based Incentives 
  • Conference with Student  
  • Detention 
  • Form of Apology (Verbal, Written, etc.)   
  • Make-up Missed Academic Time (Lunch, Office Hours, Before/After School)  
  • Modified Grading  
  • Parent/Guardian Contact  
  • Referral to School Counselor  
  • Restorative Circle Meeting  
  • Special Learning Assignment  
  • Temporary Loss of Technology/Device 
  • Temporary Removal from Activity  
  • Written Reflection  

Tier II: Referral to Administrator Involving Targeted Level of Supports

Student behavior that frequently or seriously interferes with the learning climate of the classroom or school. These behaviors result from the continuation of Tier I or more serious misbehaviors, which will likely require the intervention of an administrator. 

Behavior Examples 

  • Repeated Violations of Tier I  
  • Bus Infractions  
  • Cutting Class  
  • Failure to Attend an Assigned Disciplinary Setting 
  • Failure to Comply with District Acceptable Use Policy 
  • Forgery 
  • Inciting a Fight/Contributing to a Disruptive Situation 
  • Insubordination 
  • Lateness to Class (4 or more occurrences)
  • Minor Altercation 
  • Misuse of Social Media  
  • Offensive Ethnic and/or Racial Comments 
  • Selling Unauthorized Merchandise  
  • Student Driving Infractions  
  • Truancy
  • Unauthorized Leaving of School or Property 
  • Unauthorized Opening of Exterior Doors  
  • Verbal Altercation 

Response Examples 

  • All Tier I Examples, plus:  
  • After-School, Lunch, or Saturday Detention  
  • Assigned Seats  
  • Community Service  
  • Conference with Administrator  
  • Conference with Parent 
  • Conference with School Resource Officer 
  • Conflict Resolution 
  • Development of Technology Contract (including limited access and/or temporary removal of device)  
  • In-school Suspension  
  • Loss of Privileges  
  • Mentoring  
  • Parent/Guardian and Student Conference with School Counselor and Teacher  
  • Peer Mediation  
  • Student Attendance Improvement Plan and/or Referral to District Home and School Visitor 
  • Temporary Removal of Bus/Driving Privileges  

Tier III: Referral to Administrator Involving Intensive Level of Supports

Student behavior directed against self, persons, or property, whose misbehaviors moderately affect the health, safety, and welfare of others in the school. These behaviors result from the continuation of Tier II or more serious misbehaviors, which require administrative response and may involve law enforcement. 

Behavior Examples 

  • Repeated Violations of Tier I and II  
  • Bullying/Cyber-Bullying  
  • Fighting
  • Hazing  
  • Intimidation or Harassment 
  • Possession or Use of Nicotine Products/Vaping/ Paraphernalia  
  • Sexting or Possession of Pornographic Material 
  • Sexual Harassment  
  • Theft  
  • Vandalism  

Response Examples  

  • All Tier I and II Examples, plus: 
  • Alternative Program  
  • Behavior Modification Plan  
  • Functional Behavior Assessment 
  • Out-of-School Suspension  
  • Outside Counseling Supports including:  
    • Conflict Resolution Training 
    • Vaping/Smoking Cessation Program  
  • Referral to Law Enforcement
  • Referral to School District Social Worker 
  • Referral to School Resource Counselor 
  • Restitution 
  • Student Assistance Program Referral  

 

 

Tier IV: Referral to Administrator in Collaboration with Law Enforcement

Student behavior directed against self, persons or property, whose misbehaviors significantly affect the health, safety, and welfare of others in the school. These behaviors require immediate administrative response, removal of the student from school, the intervention of law enforcement, and possible action by the Board of School Directors. 

Behavior Examples 

  • Repeated Violations of Tier III  
  • Arson  
  • Assault/Battery  
  • Intent to or Sale of Unauthorized Substance   
  • Possession of a Weapon  
  • Possession or Use of Drugs or Alcohol
  • Terroristic Threats  

Response Examples  

  • All Tier I, II and III Examples, plus:  
  • Drug and Alcohol Assessment and Rehabilitation  
  • Expulsion  
  • Other Board Action (which may result in appropriate alternative placement)  
  • Threat Assessment