In order to provide the best possible learning environment for our students, we are continuing our school-wide

    discipline plan. The purpose of this plan is:


    1. to assist students in developing responsible behavior
    2. to assure a learning environment in which students can learn and teachers can teach
    3. to insure the physical and psychological well-being of all students
    Our discipline plan consists of standards of behavior and negative consequences for unacceptable behavior.  Standards are established for each classroom, the school buildings and surrounding area, and for the playground. Consequences established by the classroom teacher, both positive and negative, are applied to all school standards by each teacher and supported by the school administrators.


    The key to the success of our discipline plan is consistency in the support and in the application of the plan by all who are involved with it. Our actions at school are most effective when they are supported by you, the parents. Your cooperation and consistent support will assure the achievement of the best possible learning environment for all of our students.


    Students are expected to adhere to the following school-wide rules:


    1. no verbal or physical disrespectful behavior towards students, teachers, parents or staff
    2. no willful destruction of school/personal property, or robbery of school/personal property
    3. no open refusal to follow directions given by a teacher or school staff member
    4. no sexual harassment, obscene gestures, intimidation
    5. no fighting; physical injury; no weapons or drugs
    6. no throwing of any objects such as rocks, pencils, etc.


    Students who do not follow these rules will be sent to the Principal’s office where one of the following will be implemented.   
    1. In school suspension
    2. Regular suspension (formal)
    3. Suspension (possible expulsion)


    PRINCIPAL’S CONSEQUENCES  -  When a student is sent to the office as a part of the classroom plan the following may apply depending on the infraction, a student may be:


    1. Loss of recess or lunch detention and/or a phone call to the parents *
    2. loss of several recesses or lunch detention and/or conference with parents*
    3. in-school suspension for the remainder of the day, parent conference and development of behavior modification plan with the teacher, parent and principal
    4. one day suspension *


    * Student may bypass this step depending on the offense. 


Last Modified on September 7, 2018