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Student Consequences for Inappropriate Behavior

Student Consequences for Inappropriate Behavior

 

Student Consequences for Inappropriate Behavior

 

 

 

1.  Warning  (Yellow)       

 

A verbal notice will be given to students indicating a violation of school expectations and/or responsibilities has occurred.  Students will be given the opportunity to correct the behavior before further action is taken.

 

 

2.  Minor Behavior Incident  (Orange)    

 

 

An individual conference between a student and staff member will be held to make student aware of his/her poor judgment regarding a particular incident.  This will provide the opportunity for discussing possible alternatives available for the student to correct the problem.

 

3.  Referral to Principal  (Red)       

 

 Major and persistent Minor Infractions (3) will result in a referral to the principal.  Major Infractions affect the safety of students and others.  The principal will investigate the incident and determine the appropriate action to resolve the issue.